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Seattle's Supremely Lovable Adra Boo on Pride and Playing GAYEXP

We caught up with the musical dynamo to preview the gig and to ask her who she’s listening to these days, how her identity as a queer woman informs her art, and when she started singing.


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Video Round-up: Long Songs on the Longest Day of the Year

The Summer Solstice falls on June 21st this year, and KEXP will celebrate the longest day of the year by breaking out some of the longest songs in our library!


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Charly Bliss on Being Strong Enough to Write the Truth

KEXP spoke to Charly Bliss frontwoman Eva Hendricks about the process of writing about trauma, the struggle for musicians to financially survive, and how The OC and Buffy the Vampire Slayer were the perfect teen soaps.


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The Spirit of Juneteenth: A KEXP Video Roundup

This Wednesday, June 19th, KEXP will observe Juneteenth — the holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States —and for the occasion, DJ Riz has compiled this Video Roundup.


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Seattle’s Merrilee Rush Looks Back at Her Hit "Angel of the Morning"

KEXP chats with the now 75-year-old songwriter about her iconic single.


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Eric D. Johnson of Fruit Bats on Gold Past Life and His Friend Richard Swift

Described as his latest "therapy" album, Gold Past Life taps into nostalgia.


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Video Roundup

Video Roundup: Flag Day

Hoist your own flag up the flagpole, and enjoy this video roundup in honor of the occasion!


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Julia Shapiro on Home Recording and Huge Life Changes

Martin Douglas speaks to the Chastity Belt frontwoman about her very personal solo debut Perfect Version.


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The Cult's Ian Astbury on His Life in Music

The Cult performs Jun. 10 in Seattle at The Moore Theatre


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Operators on the Political Ramifications of Human Existence

The trio spoke to KEXP about their pre-apocalyptic new album Radiant Dawn


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Throwaway Style Features Local Music

Throwaway Style: The Dreaded Confessions of Wolftone

How does a child musician turned punk journeyman become one of the most talented and sought after hip-hop producers in Seattle? Martin Douglas investigates.


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Sound & Vision: Damon Locks And J Robbins Reflect on Friendship, Music, and Community

Friends since high school, J. Robbins and Damon Locks interview each other for KEXP to talk about the past and new projects.


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