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This is great song writing, impressive musicianship and exemplary creativity.
Compelling on it's own with the same amazing drum beats and guitar work, but infused with new directions, new chemistry.
I really dislike the overuse of "supergroup" to describe this band but if it gets people's attention that cool.
Big Sleater-Kinney and Carrie Brownstein fan, so bought this to support her new venture. I really like a couple of tracks, but overall it's not a favorite album of mine.Published 14 months ago by Big Johnny
Make no mistake, Wild Flag is more than just Brownstein, and by no means is this band Sleater-Kinney redux. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Michael E. Canter
These gals truly rock.
In Wild Flag, Carrie plays the most awesome, rock out guitar (Jimmy Page, anyone? Read more
thought : had hoped it would rock HARDER. read about it in my Chicago newspaper. had higher expectations. any current info on Louise Post ?Published on March 24, 2013 by Michael Hamer
Wild Flag is an original idea, and a much needed breath of fresh air in an arena saturate noise
Thank You, Wild Flag
I became interested in the band Sleater-Kinney years ago, but after they broke up. The talents of Janet Wiess, and Carrie Brownstien really attracted me to this new band. Read morePublished on December 9, 2012 by -netsplit
So Sleater-Kinney breaks up and there is this void. Finally, I hear about Wild Flag first by learning about the single "Glass Tambourine" and enjoying the pseudo-psychedelia. Read morePublished on September 4, 2012 by Jonathan Reich
I was looking up Mary Timony and came across Wild Flag. Not only was I surprised by this band, I was also blown away by Carrie Brownstein's songs and singing. Read morePublished on September 2, 2012 by M. Alvarez