Sound & Vision

Hosted by Emily Fox
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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.

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Sound & Vision Episodes

Adrian Younge spoke to Sound & Vision about the stories of Black America not typically taught in the U.S.   Subscribe Here:    &...

Femi and Made Kuti are the descendants of Fela Kuti — the pioneer of Afrobeat.   Subscribe Here:        

KEXP’s web team got together, and each wrote an essay on Black artists they are gravitating to now. Today’s podcast presents that article in audio form. &...

Vocalist Charlie Drinkwater discusses the album's reflections on social media, misinformation, pandemics, gentrification, and fatherhood.   Subscr...

KEXP talks to Langhorne Slim about his latest album, Strawberry Mansion.   Subscribe Here:        

KEXP’s Larry Mizell, Jr. and Gabriel Teodros catch up to talk about the legacy of the Fugees and The Score and why it matters.   Subscribe Here: ...

Pussy Riot founder Nadya Tolokonnikova talks about the new song, the political situation in Russia, her two-year experience in a Russian prison, and what Pus...

Music has become an investment opportunity. KEXP talks to Marc Hogan, senior staff writer for Pitchfork who wrote an article titled “What To Know About Music...

KEXP reports that with new borders, visas, work permits, and taxes, it looks like it will likely mean a lot of complications for UK bands trying to tour Euro...

Sound & Vision talks with Australian group The Avalanches about their third album, We Will Always Love You.   Subscribe Here:   &nbsp...

Sound & Vision talks with Matt and Rachel Wilson, ranchers and musicians by trade who live in the tiny town of Silver Lake in the high desert of rural Oregon...

Entertainment attorney Dina LaPolt talks about her recent opinion piece in Variety titled, “Rap Lyrics Now Admissible in Court Evidence: A Dangerous Preceden...

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