Live Performances Episodes

The Spook School's music is certainly political -- written from the crucial voice of a trans person's perspective -- but its vital message has a razor-sharp ...

Joined by the Easy Eye Sounds Revue and Robert Finley (who sings two of his own songs), Dan Auerbach brings a warm, intimate set of songs in this acoustic se...

Jen Cloher’s self-titled record isn’t just her most dynamic, it’s likely her most self-reflective as well. Joining DJ Morgan in the KEXP Live Room, Cloher an...

The Portland musician Kelli Schaefer channels a trembling thunder on her latest album, No Identity, bursting with power and control with the finesse that onl...

After reuniting in 2015 for a series of live dates, Dean Wareham and the other members of Luna gradually worked back into a recording mindset, resulting in a...

Joining Cheryl Waters in the KEXP Live Room for one of the most anticipated sessions of the year, Slowdive discuss their return and perform three songs from ...

While it's true that Jófríður Ákadóttir is one of the more prolific Icelandic musicians of recent memory - her projects have included Pascal Pinon, Sa...

After leaving your rock band and abandoning your faith, you're bound to come back with some kind of statement or not come back at all. Mikko Joensuu c...

Taylor McFerrin's music walks the line between jazz, electronic, and soul with a beautiful, aqueous flow that invites minds and feet alike to his songs...

Antisocialites, the second album from Toronto's Alvvays, takes all of the charms of their stellar 2014 debut and sharpens them - the songs are catchier...

After a seven year break, the members of Broken Social Scene felt compelled to reunite, not just for new music, but to underscore the personal bond that run...

Between their first session at KEXP in March 2015 to their return trip three and a half years later, Wolf Alice toured the world two or three times over and...

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