The bassist discusses everything from the group’s unique approach to collaboration, their mutual love for graphic design and video, his side-project LZNDRF, and a bit of what it was like to be animated for Bob’s Burgers
The Scotish songwriter discusses albums by Tori Amos, Bright Eyes, Rilo Kiley, Whitney Houston, and Death Cab For Cutie
The Seattle duo releases their eagerly anticipated sophomore album tomorrow. Kristen Henry and Brad Boettger offer their thoughts on its tracks.
KEXP chats with the Portland-based songwriter ahead of her show at Ballard Homestead on Sept. 29
The Jesus Lizard regenerate for a second "reenactment tour", stopping by the Neptune Theatre in Seattle this Friday. KEXP's Owen Murphy chats with nice guy, frontman David Yow.
Before she’d go on stage for one of the most memorable sets of the 2018 Sasquatch! Music Festival, KEXP picked Zauner’s brain on touring, staying creative, her ventures into other visual mediums, and more.
More than just an “unofficial Sunny Day Real Estate album,” The Fire Theft’s self-titled record gave the group a fresh start and new territory to explore.
With Rewind, KEXP digs out beloved albums, giving them another look on the anniversary of its release. In this installment, KEXP writer Dusty Henry delves into Nirvana’s final studio album In Utero for its 25th anniversary.
Writer Ian King reflects on Sunny Day Real Estate's How It Feels to Be Something On as the album turns 20 years old this month.
Over the course of 100+ releases, Hush Hush have proven themselves to be a singular entity in the vast expanse of music. Some of the label's artists wax poetic over their favorite Hush Hush works.
From out of a "conflict zone" in Northeast India, shoegaze band Lo! Peninsula overcome a lack of resources with a DIY approach.