Sound & Vision

Hosted by John Richards, Emily Fox

The Sound & Vision podcast from KEXP features interviews, panels, reporting and commentary that digs into the stories behind the music, with in-depth discussion of the most important issues facing music and arts communities. Sound & Vision is hosted by Emily Fox and John Richards.

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Sound & Vision Episodes

Michael Kiwanuka talks about race and music, and how having his song selected as the intro music for HBO’s Big Little Lies pushed his career forward.

Nissim Black (formerly D. Black) talks about growing up in Seattle amidst crime and drugs.

FKA twigs talks about dance, feminism, and the impact of recent health complications. We launch our “Northwest Classics” series, where we’ll discuss iconic a...

KEXP DJs share their favorite songs of 2019

We hear how Jewish composers wrote many of the most popular Christmas songs, including "White Christmas," "Let It Snow," "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and...

Angel Olsen discusses her latest album, All Mirrors, how her rising fame has tested her closest relationships and the strength of learning to be on her own. ...

The coauthor of Bloomberg’s story, “K-Pop’s Dark Side: Assault, Prostitution, Suicide and Spycams” talks about how the K-Pop music industry functions and how...

John Richards talks about his favorite performances at Iceland Airwaves and the financial struggles musicians are facing in that country.

Brittany Howard says her song “Goat Head” is about society’s reaction to her parents’ interracial marriage in Alabama. She also talks about the “gay R&B; son...

We share stories of death and how music can heal and help us process our grief. We’ll hear stories from listeners, musicians, and John and Amy Richards.

KEXP’s Dusty Henry talks about Iceland’s DIY music scene and how it’s more about doing it together than doing it yourself. A panel discusses Iceland’s music ...

Sudan Archives shares why she fuses violin with electronic beats on her latest album. Minnesota rapper Dessa describes spending two years working with neuros...

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