Sound & Vision Episodes

KEXP talks with Josiah Johnson, who just released his first solo album, titled Every Feeling On A Loop on September 4th.   Subscribe Here: &nb...

KEXP's Owen Murphy catches up with Postcards' lead singer and co-songwriter Julia Sabra to discuss what happened that day.   Subscribe Here: &...

Author Mark Ribowsky talks about the legacy of Little Richard, from the surprising story of his first hit single, "Tutti Frutti," to the many comebacks he ha...

Portland-raised rapper Aminé talks about how the racial tensions he felt in his hometown are reflected in his latest album, Limbo.   Subscribe Her...

We hear from indie labels Asian Man Records, Help Yourself Records, and the band, Deep Sea Diver about their reliance on the USPS and what changes to the ser...

Unity Arena, a socially-distanced outdoor concert space with a 2,500-person capacity, has opened up in northern England.

Indoor theaters and music venues opened back up in England on August 15th with social distance rules in place. Founder of Music Venues Trust, Mark Davyd, tal...

Anacortes, WA native, Phil Elverum talks about how he tried to break nostalgia by creating a one-track, 45-minute album under his old stage name, The Microph...

Seattle electronic duo, ODESZA has teamed up with Australian EDM artist, Golden Features on a project called BRONSON.   Subscribe Here:  &...

The Irish band Fontaines D.C. just released a new album, A Hero’s Death. Frontman Grian Chatten shares the stories behind the title of the album and the fina...

KEXP’s Music Director Don Yates explains why he put Taylor Swift into rotation for the very first time. KEXP’s DJ Abbie also weighs in on the record and the ...

Carla Sariñana joins Sound & Vision to discuss her reaction to the news about Burger Records and how labels have a duty to proactively prevent misconduct, th...

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