The Seattle trio's thrilling full-length debut is a musically omnivorous act of rebellion and exploration of style.
The collaborative EP from Justus Proffit and Jay Som "crystalizes their poignant stylizations of singer-songwriter that transcends their signature, bedroom rock modus operandi."
Each week KEXP's Music Director Don Yates (joined this week by DJs Alex Ruder and Abbie Gobeli) shares brief insights on new and upcoming releases. See what's coming up this week below, including reviews for new releases from Fucked Up, NAVVI, Richard Swift, and more.
Essential viewing for anyone interested in the marbled history of punk culture, Queercore: How to Punk a Revolutionscreens this week at the Northwest Film Forum.
Each week KEXP's Music Director Don Yates (and this week's special guest DJ Abbie) shares brief insights on new and upcoming releases. See what's coming up this week below, including reviews for new releases from Christine and the Queens, Cumulus, Gabriel Teodros, and more.
The Portland-based artist's new album (recently re-released on Saddle Creek) offers a singular perspective on the concept of losing things, whether it's an ideal or a person.
The debut collaborative full-length of the duo of Ishmael Butler and Erik Blood is an imaginative musical journey featuring some of the brightest musical minds in Seattle.
With their debut collaborative album as Big Red Machine, two of indie music’s most consistent players look outside themselves and create some of their most flourishing work yet.
On their debut full-length, the Portland quartet matches powerful guitars and drums with equally powerful feelings.
As the Omnivore label continues on with their reissuing of the old reggae Nighthawks Records label, well, here’s two more from the vaults.