Celebrating Indigenous Resistance on KEXP

On Wednesday, July 1st, KEXP DJ Gabriel Teodros took over The Morning Show on KEXP to celebrate Indigenous resistance, as well as Black/Indigenous co-resistance, through music. He also welcomed special guest Jarrett Martineau, host of CBC's RECLAIMED, "which is a weekly series that airs across Canada exploring the many worlds of contemporary Indigenous music, and co-founder of RPM which is a global new music platform, record label, and boutique agency to discover the most talented Indigenous musicians from across Turtle Island and around the world." Teodros stated on his Instagram account: "Jarrett's work has been a light and an inspiration on the way I approach radio since before I ever had a job at KEXP, his playlists have had a regular influence on the music I play, and I'm so thankful to finally have him on the air with me." Revisit the show using KEXP's Two-Week Streaming Archive. [ Stream Expires: 7/15 ]

KEXP Soul Freedom on The Roadhouse

On Wednesday, July 1st, KEXP DJ Greg Vandy aired his annual 4th Of July Summer Soul Freedom Show on The Roadhouse featuring a vintage selection of funk and soul ranging from 1965-1976. Lots of comedy, TV show themes, and classic summer jams from American icons like Curtis Mayfield, Sly Stone, Aretha Franklin, and many many more! 

If you missed it (or just want to hear it again!), listen via KEXP's Two-Week Streaming Archive. It’s DYN-O-MITE! 💥  [ Stream Expires: 7/15 ]



Midnight in a Perfect World

July Schedule

Multi-genre program featuring eclectic sets by a rotating cast of international and local DJs, each building upon a party vibe to kick off your weekend. Check out the archives of previous exclusive mixes here, and check out the upcoming schedule below:

July 3rd: Noel Brass Jr.
July 10th: Child
July 17th: TSHA
July 24th: DJ El Toro
July 31st: Sotomayor


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Live at KEXP

From The Arcade Fire to Zero 7, live performances have consistently been an important and unique aspect of KEXP's programming. While the KEXP Sessions section provides you access to hundreds of exclusive live performances, you can also subscribe to Live at KEXP, a weekly podcast that brings you a series of complete live in-studio sets. Check out some of our most recent sessions below:


KEXP Running Powered Podcast

KEXP’s Morning Show host, John Richards, presents the KEXP Running Powered Podcast, a series of Music That Matters podcasts. Enjoy these training podcasts, featuring high-energy local and international artists with songs about running and songs that will motivate runners. Download now and allow KEXP’s resident runner to amplify your inspiration and soundtrack your next run.

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KEXP Remixed

What is KEXP Remixed? Listen to brand new mixes created from KEXP's broadcast archive! By breaking our live broadcast back into the highly-curated 'sets' of music our DJs have created, we can "Remix" these mini-playlists in new and interesting ways.


Long Songs on the Longest Day of the Year

Friday, June 21, 2019 was the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year. KEXP dedicated the daylight time to celebrating beauty and joy of a declining trend: long songs. All day, KEXP DJs only played tracks longer than 6 minutes and 13 seconds, the length of Bob Dylan’s classic "Like a Rolling Stone." While the "Long Songs" programs are no longer available via the 14-day Streaming Archive, you can revisit them now using KEXP Remixed (beta).





Music Heals: Addiction & Recovery

On Thursday, May 23, 2019, KEXP presented Music Heals: Addiction & Recovery, 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. The event was part of KEXP’s Music Heals series aimed at helping listeners through their most difficult moments, coinciding with National Mental Health Awareness Month. While the shows are no longer available via the streaming archive, you can revisit them now now using KEXP Remixed (beta).




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