Sound & Vision Episodes

Chris Bathgate talks about his new record, The Significance of Peaches, which was released after living in a national forest in Michigan, farming in California…

Frontman Patrick Haggerty shares the story of the Seattle-area band Lavender Country and explains why he shouldn’t be seen as an icon. Subscribe Here: &…

Tennyson talks about his new album, Rot, written after he developed a hearing condition brought on by mold exposure that caused intense sensitivity to sound. …

Hollis Wong-Wear sits down with Larry Mizell Jr. to talk about her new album, moving to LA from Seattle, and more. Subscribe Here:    &nbs…

The Belgium-based electronic duo Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul talk about the themes of wokeness, racism, and the #Metoo movement that end up on their latest…

The Head and The Heart talk about their new record, Every Shade of Blue, and starting therapy together as a band, 12 years since they formed in Seattle.  Su…

Hatchie talks about the themes of shame and self-acceptance on her latest record, Giving The World Away, and how she worked a day job during COVID. Subscrib…

Maren Morris talks about themes of motherhood and the death of her longtime friend and producer, Michael Busbee, on her new record, Humble Quest. Subscribe …

Vancouver, B.C.-based band Destroyer released their 13th album, Labyrinthitis, on March 25. Subscribe Here:        

Lucius released their latest LP, Second Nature, on April 8. Vocalist and songwriter Jess Wolfe talks about how the music is meant to make light through the dar…

Kae Tempest has published six poetry collections, written two books, staged three plays, and is now out with their fourth studio album, The Line Is A Curve.  …

Our favorite fringe masked gay cowboy Orville Peck released the final chapter in his three-part record, Bronco, on Friday. Subscribe Here:   &…

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