The Seattle artist's new album, Comfort World, is out Sept. 28 via Trans- Records.
Los Angeles trio SadGirl channels a bygone era with their devilish rendition of a garage rock classic
Seattle's Smokey Brights delve into disco grooves with the first single from their Different Windows EP, out Sept. 21 via Freakout Records
The Seattle psych rockers release their latest album, Destroy The Sun, on Aug. 3 via Swoon Records. KEXP shares an advance stream and catches up with the band about making the record, learning to let go, and the capitalist structures they would utilize to actually “destroy the sun.”
The Seattle band share a new single from their upcoming album Capsize, out Sept. 21 via Spartan Records
The Portland duo release the video for the single from their recent album, Picture Him Protecting You, a hand-drawn homage to anime and crushing heartbreak.
Kansas City, Mo. share an ode to gas station havens and snacks in the latest single from their sophomore album Bell House, out Aug. 3 via Polyvinyl.
Dallas songwriter explores the intersection of spirituality and femininity with looming, methodical beats and an entrancing confidence.
In an era that incites us all to compare each other to one another constantly, Seattle's Seacats offer a loving alternative.
Serendipitously aligned with a real-life Pacific Northwest heat wave, the Portland band captures the feeling of the beating sun in Cascadia with jagged riffs and shot-along melodies.
Sacramento dream-gaze act ponders feelings of insignificance with a video that pushes the maxim of "open to interpretation."
Seattle rockers reveal new visuals for a stand out track from 2018's Z O T EP with plenty of cigarette smoke and flowers.