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KEXP offers full-song podcasts and DJ-curated mixes featuring an eclectic variety of artists from the Pacific Northwest and around the world, plus full-session live performances recorded in the KEXP studios and during our remote broadcasts. KEXP is the first radio station in the U.S. to offer music podcasts of this scope.

Currently we have 5 podcasts you can subscribe to:
Song of the Day - new music from independent artists delivered weekdays
Music That Matters - featuring the world's best independent artists delivered weekly
Live Performances - exclusive live sessions from KEXP delivered twice weekly
Sonarchy Radio - featuring experimental Northwest artists delivered weekly
Mind Over Matters Sustainability Segment - public affairs interviews delivered weekly

Podcasting FAQ


Song of the Day
KEXP's newest podcast will feature exclusive in-studio performances, unreleased songs, and recordings from independent musicians that KEXP thinks listeners should hear along with songs from more well-known artists. Delivered daily, Monday through Friday.

This week's Song of the Day podcasts are selected by Kevin Cole:
Mon. Nov. 20 Curtis Harding - On and On
Tues. Nov. 21 GDJYB - That Day I Went To His Funeral
Wed. Nov. 22 Hey Elbow - Quest
Thurs. Nov. 23 Alex Lahey - Every Day's The Weekend
Fri. Nov. 24 Typhoon - Rorschach

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Music That Matters
Check out some of the KEXP DJ's favorite artists from the Pacific Northwest and around the world on-the-go. KEXP's Music That Matters weekly podcast brings you an exclusive mix of new music from the world's best independent artists.

Current podcast:

Music That Matters, Vol. 591 - In Which Elvis Sees the Face Of Stalin in the Clouds: John in the Morning invades your "Dreams" and insists "You Would Have To Lose Your Mind" to "Poor the War Away" "In Another Century" which sends us back to "Primeval" times where it's a "Private Understanding" that one must "Bendover" when you are sent a "Dispatch From Mar-A-Lago" that has a picture of dice rolled to "Snake Eyes" on it. It's then you know that we've entered the Age of "Aquarius".

Tracklist:
1. Alice Boman - Dreams
2. Lor - Aquarius
3. The Barr Brothers - You Would Have to Lose Your Mind
4. Karl Blau - Poor the War Away
5. The Church - Another Century
6. Until the Ribbon Breaks - Here Comes the Feeling
7. Casper Skulls - Primeval
8. Protomartyr - A Private Understanding
9. A Giant Dog - Bendover
10. L7 - Dispatch from Mar-a-Lago
11. No Age - Soft Collar Fad
12. Trouble - Snake Eyes

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Live Performances
From The Arcade Fire to Zero 7, live performances have consistently been an important and unique aspect of KEXP's programming. While the KEXP Live Performances section provides you access to hundreds of exclusive live performances, now you can subscribe to a weekly podcast that brings you a series of complete live in-studio sessions.

Current podcasts:

November 17 - Y La Bamba
“I’m just writing to write and to let that be heard.” Luz Elena Mendoza says she processes events and experiences pretty quickly, and it shows in her songs, full of musical ideas with vibrant energy. The Y La Bamba leader clearly has a lot to say, and in this session with DJ Sharlese on Audioasis, she and her band play four new songs and discuss living through the darkness and the light, articulating your experiences, and striving to being nice to everyone. Recorded 8/17/2017.

1. My Death
2. Mujeres
3. 4-Loca
4. Soñadora

November 22 - Great Grandpa
It’s hard to think of a local band that’s emerged as explosively this year on KEXP as Great Grandpa, but it’s not hard to see why. The quintet write crunchy, catchy, and thoughtful songs, of which there are 10 on their stellar debut Plastic Cough. Four of those air during this session with on the Morning Show with John Richards which also features a story about how a band member eating pumpkin seeds led to the lyrics of “Teen Challenge”. Recorded 8/23/2017.

1. Expert Eraser
2. Fade
3. Teen Challenge
4. Favorite Show

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Sonarchy Radio
Sonarchy Radio is a live performance broadcast that showcases many Northwest artists who are pushing the limits of music.

Current podcast:

Marc Barreca - New music for jazz quartet performed by Kate Olson (soprano sax), Matt Endahl (piano), Gary Prince (guitar), and Tim Cohen (drum set).

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Mind Over Matters Sustainability Segment
The Sustainability Segment presents one-on-one interviews with inspiring leaders and grass roots activists on a variety of environmental, social, and economic issues affecting life and the future of our planet.

Current podcast:

Guest Paul Wolfe, Senior Policy Specialist, National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition, speaks with Diane Horn about the Coalition’s policy platform for the 2018 Farm Bill.

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FAQ
The basic requirements for podcasting are a computer, podcasting software and a high-speed Internet connection. To take your podcast with you, an iPod or any MP3 player is also needed.

When I click on the link, I get a page full of code.
Podcasts use a type of code called XML. Some XML can be displayed in a web browser, but not podcasting. You must use the URL with your desired podcasting software.

How do I see all the past episodes of your podcasts?
Once you susbcribe to a podcast the most recent episode will be downloaded to your computer. However, since podcasting is a subscription service, all of the past episodes will be available for download. You will need to manually download these.

I am using iTunes and all I see is the most recent episode, how do I see the old ones?
There is an arrow next to the podcast, which is pointing to the right. If you click on that arrow, the arrow will rotate so it is pointing down, and all the past episodes will be displayed.

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