Sub Pop 30th Anniversary Count-Up

KEXP is celebrating the 30th anniversary of local record label Sub Pop with a four-month retrospective, "counting up" every catalog number in their vast discography of over 1,200 releases. The tribute will wrap up in time for Sub Pop’s 30th anniversary concert at Alki Beach in West Seattle this August. Check out KEXP's running catalog coverage, updated every day to reflect what's being played on air, and see what's been played recently below.



KEXP regularly hosts both local and international artists for in-studio performances in our live room, concerts in the Gathering Space, and live broadcasts from music festivals. Not only can you enjoy these performances on the air, but you can also relive the experience with our live videos. Subscribe to the KEXP YouTube Channel for more sessions like these.

A beautiful set from The Moondoggies,

our Concerts at the Mural headliners 8/24

L.A. duo TiRon & Ayomari bring their

hip-hop fusion to Street Sounds

Watch a cheerful session from 

global musical collective Superorganism

Watch Nada Surf perform their breakout

2002 LP Let Go in its entirety.

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The Light in the Attic founder talks releases, new and old.

Bauhaus, Love & Rockets, Tones on Tail, and now, Poptone


Scott McMicken talks about their latest LP, Critical Equation.

Director of the Wax Trax Records Documentary

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