Aussie psych-rock favorite King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard continually impresses its die-hard fanbase, from ambitiously releasing five albums in 2017 to effortlessly genre-hopping through experimentation. Most recently, the seven-piece band (which includes two drummers) has gone metal to convey a message about the human race’s hand in climate change. They join Cheryl Waters in the KEXP Live Room to play five songs from the new record, Infest the Rats' Nest, and answer questions from fans. Recorded 08/18/2019
1. Mars For The Rich
2. Venusian 1
4. Venusian 2
Brooklyn-based Alsarah & The Nubatones encompasses the diverse influences of its members in what they describe as "East-African retro-pop.”
Indie rock icon and Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy stops by Rainshadow Recording on his birthday for this live session during the THING Fest 2019 broadcast.
Molly Burch's sophomore LP, First Flower, is an intimate self-portrait that lays bare her insecurities alongside her triumphs.