Long-running Seattle group Kinski discuss their 20th anniversary as a band and their forthcoming record, Accustomed to Your Face.
Fresh off releasing one of the most exciting debut albums of 2018, Flasher spoke with KEXP about pop influences and genre tags.
Jason Pierce, aka Spiritualized, talks to KEXP about his first new album in six years, And Nothing Hurt, out September 7th via Fat Possum/Bella Union.
Soccer Mommy's Sophie Allison chats with KEXP about dropping out of NYU to pursue music, dry shampoo, and her background home recording.
Alice In Chains is on the verge of releasing a new record titled Rainier Fog, out this Friday, August 24th via BMG. KEXP chats with Tacoma-born musician, guitarist Jerry Cantrell.
KEXP is excited to announce our new host for Audioasis: Eva Walker , frontwoman for Seattle rock ‘n roll band The Black Tones .
KEXP chats with the Detroit-based musician about how he learned to write music, what it was like playing those first big shows in South Africa, and what he thinks about first when he wakes up in the morning.
We f*cking talked to the f*cking master of swearing, Megan f*cking Jasper, about her journey from stuffing Cat Butt records as intern to running the whole goddamn label.
With a new album, Digital Garbage, slated for release this September, KEXP chats with Mudhoney frontman Mark Arm about his days in Green River and beyond.
Three giants of Sub Pop look back at the label's incredible and still enduring run, from Green River to Fleet Foxes.
The New York indie rock outfit talks about their eight years as a band, being signed to Sub Pop, DIY culture, and each members' new projects.