Live Performances Episodes

In their debut appearance in the KEXP Live Room, Tijuana, Mexico group Mint FIeld's shimmering tones echo with an aqueous glow.

Joining Cheryl Waters in the KEXP Live Room, Soccer Mommy and her bandmates perform four songs off her studio debut LP, Clean.

Superorganism's brilliantly colored songs sound like the pieces of a clockwork pop song executed by a Rube Goldberg machine — it’s intricate, fascinating, an...

Joining Cheryl Waters in the KEXP Live Room, Bully performs four Losing songs that sound best turned up.

Hear a session with Unlikely Friends, the group of PNW musicians featuring members of Math & Physics Club and BOAT whose glimmering, powerful rock outshines ...

On Destroyer's latest album, ken, Bejar's synth-soaked set of songs is full of side-eyed bewilderment and cutting turns of phrase, all of which is on display...

Joining Stas THEE Boss on Street Sounds, the Seattle group Kung Foo Grip perform four tracks from their Keyboard Kid-produced LP.

Roots musicians Dori Freeman’s voice floats with "a certain purity”, to quote Roadhouse host Greg Vandy, that cuts through the noise and grabs the listener.

Ahead of his second album, Full Circle Nightmare, Kyle Craft’s swampy storytelling got sharper and it shows all over the Louisiana songwriter’s newest record.

The origins of Johnny Goss and Ola Hungerford’s latest LP as Cock & Swan, Dream Alone, lie in a live soundtrack the band created for the Nicolas Winding Refn...

Wolf Parade’s return from hiatus in 2016 found the band with renewed energy, plenty of which went into the recording of Cry Cry Cry, their vibrant fourth album.

Michelle Zauner's second album as Japanese Breakfast, 2017's Soft Sounds From Another Planet, may have a space-adjacent angle to many of its songs, but it's ...

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