KEXP chats with legendary producer RJD2, who will perform in Seattle on Saturday, December 15th at the Nectar Lounge.
The renowned photographer discusses the moments behind photos of Townes Van Zandt, Betty Davis, The Sonics, and more.
Benjamin Clementine talks to KEXP about immigration, artist sustainability, the audience’s relationship to the performer, how music pushes boundaries, and many other eye-opening topics.
Vancouver musician Precipitation (Zefan Sramek) discusses his 2018 release Earth / Sky with KEXP.
KEXP's Morning Show Producer Owen Murphy shares his Top Albums of 2018, and an interview with the band at #1, Chatham Rise.
On December 6th, Moby will grace the stage of McCaw Hall for an intimate-yet-sweeping orchestral performance showcasing his many career hits. KEXP chats with him about his new documentary, his vegan restautant, and collaborating with musicians from the Pacific Northwest.
KEXP chats with Dos Santos about their newest LP, Logos released this June on the Chicago-based label International Anthem Recording Co.
Girlpool have announced a new album titled What Chaos Is Imaginary; KEXP chatted with the L.A. duo about the LP at the Sasquatch Music Festival.
KEXP scored a follow-up interview with the stylish singer-songwriters to hear some deeper cuts about how they started this project, humorous connotations of the album, their favorite collaborative duos, plus what’s next for them.
KEXP's Owen Murphy chats with local artist Gabriel Teodros about his brave new album History Rhymes if it Doesn’t Repeat (A Southend Healing Ritual).
We caught up with Franti and asked him about the new album and movie, what his goals are for the works, and why he doesn’t ever wear shoes.
After a decade in various stages of production, Jordan Albertsen's documentary about the epochal Tacoma band has been released to widespread adoration. Martin Douglas speaks to him about the movie and the long road it took to get it released.