KEXP contributor Neroli Price talks to Alice Phoebe Lou about how busking and feminism influenced the new album, Paper Castles, self-released (with services through Motor Music) on March 8th.
Lewis talks heartbreak and recording live with an all-star lineup on her latest solo release
Revisit a 2009 on-air interview with the late, legendary surf rock guitarist Dick Dale.
KEXP chats with Seattle's own Duff McKagan on his upcoming full-length, Tenderness, out May 31st.
Local musician, artist, and writer and KEXP DJ Gabriel Teodros about how the TDO impacted Seattle hip-hop – but also gives further context to how racial profiling has historically inhibited the genre and culture from thriving in the city.
KEXP premieres the stirring title track "Night of the Worm Moon" from the upcoming Hardly Art release.
Michael Benjamin Lerner (known musically as Telekinesis) breaks down the songwriting process behind his single "Set a Course."
Randall discusses what she hopes to achieve in Washington state and the Tracy Chapman song she looks to for inspiration
KEXP's Emily Fox chats with the Portland-based musician about toxic masculinity and confronting misogyny.
From Iron Butterfly and Pink Floyd to Brandi Carlile and Pearl Jam, the Seattle mayor discusses her favorite songs.
Moni Saldaña, director of NRMAL Music Festival in Mexico City, shares an exclusive playlist for International Women's Day.
In honor of International Women's Day, Jessica Dobson of Deep Sea Diver shares some of her favorite songs by women.