Like her former Sleater-Kinney bandmates, who make familiar but satisfying noise in Wild Flag, singer Corin Tucker leads her new group through full-speed-ahead Northwestern punk that's as timeless as it is now. And like 2010's debut, Kill My Blues doesn't linger. Most songs get in and do their thing for two or three minutes and then blow out of there. The best of them — "Groundhog Day," "Neskowin" — don't even pause for a breath.
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