Live Performances Episodes

Shana Cleveland is best known as the lead guitarist and vocalist of surfer-rock group La Luz, but her solo music stands wholly on its own.

This Perth-based psychedelic rock outfit gets bigger with every release.

LA-based duo Girlpool's third LP, What Chaos Is Imaginary, demonstrates their continued need for expansion and experimentation.

The five members of Portland-based No Kind of Rider have been making music together since their teen years in Oklahoma, drawing influence from jazz, post-pun...

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.

Iceland's Júníus Meyvant joins KEXP for another energy-packed live performance, this time from Rainshadow Recording during THING Fest 2019.

A staple of the 90’s indie rock scene, Versus is back after a nearly decade-long hiatus with the LP Ex Voto.

Aussie psych-rock favorite King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard continually impresses its die-hard fanbase, from ambitiously releasing five albums in 2017 to eff...

Fifteen years and seven albums in, The Hold Steady (as their name suggests) remains a fan-favorite after their latest effort, Thrashing Thru The Passion.

On their fourth album, Can't Tell Me No, Portland's Summer Cannibals get confrontational about their past.

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