On the 25th anniversary of their difficult second album Souvlaki, Rachel Goswell of Slowdive looks back with KEXP.
Parypa discusses sound proofing with egg cartons, recording "The Witch," and navigating Tacoma's early club scene.
Seattle's rising hip-hop stars Kung Foo Grip recently released 2KFG, their best album yet, and are scheduled to play Upstream Music Fest on Sunday, June 3rd. We reached out to them to chat about 2KFG collaborator Keyboard Kid, performing live, and video games.
As we celebrate 6 Degrees of Chuck D, KEXP chats with the legend himself.
This year's Sound Off! winner has a singing and songwriting voice that can turn deep-seated emotions into whirlwinds. We talk to her about Sound Off!, songwriting, and her Upstream Music Fest performance Saturday, June 2nd at 9pm
Trampled By Turtles' lead singer Dave Simonett discusses the band's new album, out today on Banjodad Records.
This Friday, April 27th, KEXP's long-running rockabilly show Shake the Shack will cease shaking as host Mike Fuller retires and the show ends its 30+ year run. KEXP and Mike look back at the last few decades together.
Seagaze Festival returns this weekend starting Thursday, April 26th through Sunday, April 29th. KEXP chats with founder Jeff McCollough.
The Seattle punk band's industrial-strength pummel in a live setting is conductive to being punched in the stomach. We conduct a short interview with frontman Nathan Rodriguez in advance of their Upstream Music Fest performance on June 1st.
The band's Upstream 2017 performance on the KEXP broadcast gets a vinyl release this Saturday for Record Store Day
He rose to fame with Nirvana, but now famed bassist Krist Novoselić is on top with his new project Giants in the Trees. KEXP talks to the larger-than-life legend about the new project.