Each week, KEXP’s Music Director Don Yates (joined this week by DJs Gabriel Teodros and Alex) shares brief insights on new and upcoming releases. See what's coming up this week below, including reviews for new releases from Sau...
Listen to OSees' 23rd record two days before its release on 9/18 via KEXP
John Vanderslice opens up to KEXP about his new EP, the shuttering of his San Francisco recording studio Tiny Telephone, and how rapper JPEGMAFIA influences his work.
Through the stay at home orders, we’re dedicated to bringing you new live performances. Each Tuesday and Thursday, we’ll share a live streaming performance through our new series, Live on KEXP at Home. Hosted by trusted KEXP DJs, musical guests perform sets live, either solo or with their quarantined partners.
Made possible with support from Windermere Real Estate
KEXP announces several upcoming programming changes that will bring a wider range of DJ voices, experiences, and expertise to its radio programming. These changes will serve as an initial public step in advancing KEXP’s commitment to becoming an anti-racist organization, and are aimed at making the station’s music programming stronger overall.
Programming changes go into effect beginning at 12 AM (Pacific) on July 27th. See the new schedule below or view a text-only version here. Learn more about our new shows and other leadership changes here.
REFILL is a community-driven, live-streamed benefit concert to help raise $25,000 for the Seattle Artist Relief Fund (SARF), a Black-led community response to help provide direct financial support to artists who have been affected by COVID-19.
With the global pandemic extending further into the future, artists from Seattle recognized a need for renewed focus and funding to support Seattle artists through SARF. In partnership with SARF and LANGSTON, KEXP presented a live streamed concert back in July.
Watch footage of some of these performances below, and donate through each video where 100% of your donations go directly to artists in need.
The multitalented Seattle artist walks Martin Douglas through their fantastic new solo album.
The Seattle trio, led by the talented Nicolle Swims, release the first single from forthcoming EP Stay Evil and Swims pens a short but searing essay about being exhausted and Black.
KEXP talks to local DJs Yung Futon, LGSP, Snapdragon, and T.Wan about the strength of Asian women in the Seattle electronic music scene.