Sound & Vision Episodes

KEXP talks to drummer Donald “DJ” Johnson and bassist Laura Lee of psychedelic funk band Khruangbin.   Subscribe Here:     ...

KEXP talks to New York Times writer Reggie Ugwu about Jackie Shane, a Black transgender soul singer who gained prominence in the 1960s with her captivating s...

Australia’s Gordi talks to KEXP about her queer identity, COVID-19, and how the Bandcamp proceeds from her song, “Unready," are going to the NAACP Legal Defe...

KEXP talks with Dua Saleh, a non-binary multidisciplinary artist from Minneapolis who released a single this month, “body cast,” in response to the murders o...

KEXP’s Sharlese Metcalf spent some time at CHOP last week and brought back an audio postcard.

I Self Devine discusses 'Dismembered & Unarmed' as well as his philosophies around community organizing, learning and building off past movements, and doing ...

KEXP’s Gabriel Teodros talks with Nikkita Oliver about the importance of diversity within a movement, the false narrative of the good protester vs. bad prote...

Wright tells the stories behind some of his songs that address racism and police violence and discusses how those issues play out in Minneapolis.

The Grammy Awards, as well as Republic Records, have announced they will no longer use the term “urban” in their award categories and music departments. Writ...

Today’s podcast is co-hosted by musician, community organizer and KEXP DJ, Gabriel Teodros. It celebrates the music of Black artists, some of whom are on the...

Larry Mizell, Jr., host of Friday night’s Street Sounds, reflects on yet another death in the Black community, discusses the power of music to spread a messa...

In today’s episode, KEXP DJ Kevin Cole discusses Joy Division’s legacy with Jon Savage, author of This Searing Light, the Sun, and Everything Else: Joy Divis...

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