He's widely known for his work with Jawbox, but his most important role is as a dad to Callum Robbins.
Rising Atlanta-based musician and recent Thrill Jockey signing Sequoyah Murray delivers an adventurous and unpredictable guest DJ mix for Midnight in a Perfect World full of off-kilter experimental pop and moody nostalgic jams.
Described by frontman Tom Smith as “a song of joy and escapism — a cartoon song for the freaks, the different and for the night.”
On Thursday, May 23rd, KEXP presents Music Heals: Addiction & Recovery, featuring a full day of on-air programming dedicated to music’s power to heal, overcome addiction, inspire recovery and reduce the stigma around substance use disorder. Below, find some of the stories from artists on their experiences with addiction and recovery as well as resources for those who may be struggling with addiction today.
Patrick Stickles on how making music helps him cope with his addictions and his neurodiversity.
Lillie West on choosing sobriety and how its impacted her life, music, and career.
On his experiences having a parent who is an addict and the themes reflected on his latest album.
Inspired by a Mitski tweet, we look into what touring musicians crave on the road to stay healthy and comfortable.
Each year on February 7th, music lovers all over the world observe International Clash Day, an annual celebration of seminal UK punk band the Clash, and a recognition of the enduring influence of their music and human rights message.
This year, KEXP traveled to London for a 4-day live broadcast and online event, featuring live performances, exclusive interviews, with a special focus on music and message in The Clash’s landmark album London Calling, which celebrates its 40th year in 2019. Watch some of our London sessions from Studio 9294 below.
The Swedish singer-songwriter shares the single "Let Love Run The Game."
Throwaway Style returns as Martin Douglas explores the Seattle band's recent high-concept full-length.
On his exhibit 'Like a Hammer' which has just opened at the Seattle Art Museum.
On the 20th anniversary edition of 'BTTB.'
The Built to Spill frontman talks about the freedom (and traps) of music.
Seattle's i///u took home the top prize, but the evening provided fiery sets from Baja Boy Huey and the InFLOWentials, and Alex Cade.
The Seattle rapper shares how his experiences traveling impacted him personally and artistically.
The Portland outfit shares powerful new album 'Mujeres'
Funkmaster extraordinaire George Clinton reflects on his impending retirement
Cultural journalist Luli Serrano Eguiluz gives context to The Clash's influence in Mexico
David Bazan discusses his project's homecoming LP 'Phoenix'