On his debut solo effort, the Darto member reckons with the music of his youth and shapes them into something progressive, both musically and thematically
Greek sister-and-brother duo Ocean Hope have a unique advantage when it comes to crafting a coming of age record – they actually grew up together. Maybe that’s why their debut album Rolling Days, out May 25 via Hush Hush Records, captures the fleeting, transcendent magic of youth so well.
Seattle's own intergalactic traveler and prophet crafts the second chapter in a story seeking self realization
Seattle soul and funk act takes on 21st century dread with a defiant, hopeful message.
The Seattle indie rock act is set to release their album, Denim American, on June 8
Portland-based power-pop songwriter channels his myriad influences on this single for 2017's Exposure & Response
Seattle songwriter sings and raps about the multitudes of her identity on the first single from her upcoming She's A Social Nomad EP
Prolific 18-year-old songwriter Justin Cheromiah emerges with his most fully realized work yet, full of all the teenage emotions you'll ever need.
The Virginia indie rock outfit looks inward at their own anxieties and emerges with a record full of hope, love, and blissful guitar hooks.
Whether she’s wearing a feather mask during a KEXP in-studio or making what she calls “kids music for adults,” Massey and her band mates have treated their audiences to songs that are good for the spirit, no matter your age.
Seattle quintet embraces a plethora of sounds from psychedelia to synth-pop to manifest an ambitious vision on their latest EP.
KEXP premieres a new track from Seattle electronic project Vox Mod, off the forthcoming full-length Sense of Us.