LISTEN Sleater-Kinney's long-awaited reunion record No Cities to Love doesn't come out until next week, but the entire album is currently streaming on NPR.org. And it shreds. The Olympia-formed trio picks up right where it left off in 2006.

Watch The Golden Globes Awards were last night. Here's Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's opening monologue (aka all that's really worth watching from the telecast anyway). Prepare to cringe at Bill Cosby jokes.

READ Speaking of the Golden Globes, Boyhood was one of the night's big winners. The film took home the trophies for Best Motion Picture - Drama, Best Director (Richard Linklater), and Best Supporting Actress (Patricia Arquette). In case you missed it, we talked to Linklater about the movie's epic creation last year when it made its Seattle premiere at SIFF.

Laugh One last Seattle-related note from the Golden Globes: Amazon arrived as a legitimate entertainment studio as its original show Transparent won Best Television Series - Comedy or Musical and Best Actor - Comedy or Musical (Jeffrey Tambor). One of the best takes on Amazon's wins came from comedian Joe Mande.

Watch + Listen Seattle Black Constellation members THEESatisfaction and Shabazz Palaces both released new videos last week. THEESatisfaction dropped "Recognition" from its upcoming album EarthEE (out February 24), while Shabazz Palaces unleashed a Chad VanGaalen-animated clip for "Forerunner Foray."

Hawk Gawk The Seahawks took care of business against the Carolina Panthers, winning 31-17 and setting up an NFC Championship Game against the Green Bay Packers this Sunday at CenturyLink Field. Easily the most impressive player on the field was Kam Chancellor, who leapt over the Panthers kick unit on back-to-back snaps only to have neither play count. (GIFs via SB Nation.)

Undeterred, Chancellor got his revenge with a game-clinching 90-yard interception return for a touchdown.