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During a long hiatus from Sleater-Kinney, she formed the group Wild Flag.During this period, Brownstein wrote and appeared in a series of comedy sketches with Fred Armisen which were then developed into Emmy and Peabody Award-winning satirical comedy TV series Portlandia.Brownstein and former Helium guitarist/singer Mary Timony, recording as The Spells, released The Age of Backwards E. 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.""Music has always been my constant, my salvation. From dancing around to Michael Jackson and Madonna as a kid to having my mind blown by the first sounds of punk and indie rock, to getting to play my own songs and have people listen, music is what got me through.Over the years, music put a weapon in my hand and words in my mouth it backed me up and shielded me, it shook me and scared me and showed me the way; music opened me up to living and being and feeling." In March 2009, Brownstein was contracted to write a book to "describe the dramatically changing dynamic between music fan and performer, from the birth of the i Pod and the death of the record store to the emergence of the 'you be the star' culture of American Idol and the ensuing dilution of rock mystique"; in the short film Fan Mail, the experimental feature Group, and the Miranda July film Getting Stronger Everyday.They recorded their first self-titled album in early 1994 during a trip to Australia, where the couple were celebrating Tucker's graduation from Evergreen (Brownstein still had three years of college left). They recorded and toured with different drummers, until Janet Weiss joined the band in 1996.Following their eponymous debut, they released six more studio albums before going on indefinite hiatus in 2006.
The single, "Bury Our Friends", was also made available as a free MP3 download. In summer 2009, Brownstein and Weiss worked together on songs (produced by Tucker Martine) for the soundtrack of the documentary film ! In September 2010, Brownstein revealed her latest project was the band Wild Flag, with Janet Weiss, Mary Timony, and Rebecca Cole, formerly of The Minders; according to Brownstein, about a year earlier "I started to need music again, and so I called on my friends and we joined as a band.
The stars and minds behind hipster sketch comedy staple Portlandia Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein share an undeniable chemistry.
While everyone's favorite residents of the Pacific Northwest are in the process of unleashing a new season of Portlandia's sketchy goodness on IFC, is there something more intimate brewing for its creators? In a 2012 radio interview Armisen said his relationship with Brownstein possessed "all of the things that [he's] ever wanted, you know, aside from like the physical stuff," remarking that the intimacy the two share is like no other.
(born September 27, 1974) is an American musician, model, writer, actress, director, and comedian.
She first came to prominence as a member of the band Excuse 17 before forming the punk-indie trio Sleater-Kinney.
With the stars of sketches like "Feminist Bookstore" to "Cacao" to "Brunch Village," the pair has created some classic characters for the hipster comedy canon.