Sound & Vision Episodes

Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard talks about his new side project, Painted Shield, a collaboration including singer/songwriter Mason Jennings.   ...

Nearly two years ago, Toronto’s Royal Mountain Records became what might be the first label to offer a mental health fund for its artists. Label founder Menn...

Harpist and composer Nailah Hunter released her debut EP, Spells, in May of this year. She discusses how her music is an act of magical healing, her fascinat...

Dirty Projectors released five markedly different EPs in 2020, jumping between sonic realms of folk, classical, avant garde, bossa nova, and soulful pop. Fro...

This year marks the 30th anniversary of Alice in Chains' debut album, Facelift. On December 1st, the band will be presented Seattle's Museum of Pop Culture's...

Marie Davidson's latest album, Renegade Breakdown, is a conscious departure from the club sound. It explores her process of detachment from commercial ideals...

Dr. Michael Gekle is part of the team at Martin Luther University Halle Wittenberg who conducted the study. He discusses the findings of the research and wha...

SassyBlack is an independent musician and educator, and a staple in the Seattle arts scene. She’s out with a new EP, STUCK, which addresses mental health, wo...

Marshall Law Band has been the de-facto house band for the ongoing Seattle protests that began following the death of George Floyd. The band is out with a ne...

Sa-Roc’s latest release, The Sharecropper’s Daughter, is KEXP DJ Gabriel Teodros’ favorite hip-hop album of 2020.   Subscribe Here:  &nbsp...

The new album by the feminist hardcore punk band, War on Women takes on issues of race, gender and politics. It’s called 'Wonderful Hell.'

Laura Veirs calls her latest album, My Echo, her “my songs knew I was getting divorced before I did" album.   Subscribe Here:   &nbs...

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