Rock Band is more like Stairmaster than it is like rock ‘n’ roll – it’s the same steps with different degrees of difficulty.
I'll admit that I'm not quite certain how to sum up an entire year in music anymore; not when music has become so temporal, so specific and personal, as if we each have our own weather system and what we listen to is our individual forecast.
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Well, in some ways I had sort of the opposite experience of other people that are sort of dreaming of being in a rock band. I was dreaming of like corporate lunches and just like, and I’m not really joking. Like the whole idea to me was really appealing.
Chemistry cannot be manufactured or forced, so Wild Flag was not a sure thing, it was a ‘maybe,’ a ‘possibility.’ But after a handful of practice sessions, spread out over a period of months, I think we all realized that we could be greater than the sum of our parts.
|Birth:||27th September, 1974|
|Profession:||Actress, Guitarist, Screenwriter, Television Producer|
Carrie Rachel Grace Brownstein was born in Seattle, Washington. She is an American actress, Guitarist, screenwriter and TV producer. She first came to prominence as a member of the band Excuse 17, before forming the critically acclaimed trio Sleater-Kinney. During a long hiatus for Sleater-Kinney she formed the group Wild Flag. During the same period of inactivity for Sleater-Kinney Brownstein wrote and appeared in a series of comedy sketches with Fred Armisen which was then developed into Emmy and Peabody Award-winning TV series Portlandia. She began playing guitar at 15, and received lessons from Jeremy Enigk. In 1997, she graduated from The Evergreen State College with an emphasis on sociolinguistics. In 2006, she was the only woman to earn a spot in the Rolling Stone readers' list of the 25 "Most Underrated Guitarists of All-Time." She has also written a couple of music-related video game reviews for Slate.
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