This Saturday, June 16th, KEXP observes Juneteenth — the holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States — with a full day of music that celebrates freedom, achievement, education, and building bridges. Learn more about tomorrow's special guests.
David Bazan discusses taking up his old moniker once again, the next five Pedro albums, and utilizing his platform to bring attention to white male privilege and abuse against women.
Since 2002, Seattle's Light in the Attic Records have been reissuing unknown, under-appreciated, and utterly fantastic music. KEXP chats with founder Matt Sullivan about the label's releases, past and present.
From the ashes of Bauhaus, Love and Rockets, and Tones on Tail comes Poptone, a new project from Daniel Ash, Kevin Haskins and Diva Dompé (Haskins' daughter).
Critical Equation walks the line between herky-jerky rock ‘n’ roll and sweet, smooth harmonies. Scott McMicken of Dr. Dog talks to KEXP about the latest chapter of the band.
Interview with Julia Nash, owner of Wax Trax! and director of 2018's Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records.
From the magic of the New York subway to rock discos in Munich, the Nada Surf lead singer tells the story of each track on the band's third album.