Each week KEXP's Music Director Don Yates and other KEXP DJs share brief insights on new and upcoming releases. See what's coming up this week below, including reviews for new releases from Moaning, Soccer Mommy, Brandi Carlile, Thunderpussy, and more.
This Saturday marks the third annual Corridor, a single day festival featuring an array of experimental music, dance, and visual art.
The 2018 semi-finals conclude tonight, Friday, February 23rd, with our last round of competitors: Beyond the Woods, Claudine Magbag, EyezOthelo, and Misundvrstood. Here’s some info on what to expect.
Seattle rapper Gifted Gab talks about celebrating black history all your round, getting her musical education from her mom, and offers inspiring words to other minority artists trying to make their own way.
To commemorate the release of Chime, DJ Kevin Cole will be playing songs from and inspired by the record, plus a vinyl giveaway.
SassyBlack talks about Quincy Jones, debunking the myth that there's a lack of women producers, and how vast blackness really is.
Guitarist Jimmy James of the True Loves and Delvon Lamarr Trio talks about his musical influences, and how music breaks through the language barrier and brings people together.
For his Midnight in a Perfect World mix, Rhye has pieced together a special set of love songs in celebration of Valentine’s Day. Featuring both iconic love songs and contemporary romantic jams, this is a supremely dreamy and beautiful sonic journey, driven by the emotional power of love.
Ayron Jones reflects on the Catch 22 of Black History Month, the spectrum of black artists that have inspired him, and furthering progress through recognition in the arts and technology.