For the installment of his growing and immersive Darth Sueder series, the Seattle transplant leans into the hermetic, spiritual, and compassionate sides of himself.
Plus, read a Q&A with songwriter Harrison Smith about the record's creation.
The Seattle indie rock group skirts romance on the digital release of their latest single.
The Seattle band's debut album explores the strain of depression and deteriorating relationships (mostly) from behind a wall of sound. Martin Douglas investigates.
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).
Seattle band Spesh premiere a video for the track "Tomato Rose", mostly sweet, but subtly sadomasochistic.
Seattle's Dirty Rugs roll out their new single and accompanying video for "We’re All Dying (I Feel Alive)."
Dave Einmo (Head Like a Kite) and Aaron Starkey (Gibraltar) combine forces as OCEANWIRES; watch and listen to their debut single, out today.
On their debut record, the Seattle quartet deliver an assured and stellar effort by imagining themselves in another specific rainy region.
The Tacoma MC takes a bold step away from the black cloud hovering over his life and into singularity as an artist.