Seattle’s Music Scene, Past and Present

Sound & Vision
Hosted by Eva Walker

Michael Stein and Rod Ronquillo, the original DJs of KEXP’s northwest music show, Audioasis, share songs that were staples of Seattle’s music scene when the show began 40 years ago.

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chong the nomad // photo by Jordan Nicholson

Michael Stein and Rod Ronquillo, the original DJs of KEXP’s northwest music show, Audioasis, share songs that were staples of Seattle’s music scene when the show began 40 years ago. Then, Audioasis’ current DJ, Eva Walker, shares songs that represent the scene today. In this episode, we also get a little history lesson in Seattle’s early jazz and funk scenes and beyond.

Artists discussed: 

  • The Heats 
  • The Dynette Set  
  • Pudz 
  • Visible Targets 
  • Chong the Nomad 
  • Jango 
  • Screen Frogs  

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