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13 Songs for Halloween: "Frankie Teardrop" by Suicide

KEXP shares the story behind what is often called "the scariest song of all time."


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13 Songs for Halloween: "Diane" by Hüsker Dü

Appearing on their 1983 EP Metal Circus, "Diane" tells the harrowing true story of 19-year-old Diane Edwards.


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Jónsi and Alex Somers on Waking Up Riceboy Sleeps, Trading Glaciers for Sunny Beaches and Working Together Post-Breakup

KEXP caught up with Jónsi and Alex Somers while on the anniversary tour of 2009's Riceboy Sleeps, the first time the record has been performed in full since its release


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13 Songs for Halloween: "Deep Red Bells" by Neko Case

KEXP shares the story behind Neko Case's haunting 2002 track "Deep Red Bells."


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13 Songs for Halloween: "Suffer Little Children" by The Smiths

KEXP reveals the tragic true story behind one of the first songs Morrissey and Marr ever wrote together.


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Interviews The Afternoon Show w/ Kevin Cole

Bob Mehr on The Replacements Box Set Dead Man's Pop

DJ Kevin Cole talks to author Bob Mehr about his work on the new Replacements box set, Dead Man's Pop.


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Pastels and Anime: Inside The Multi-Dimensional World of J’Von

J'Von performs Oct. 11 in the KEXP Gathering Space with Parisalexa for Street Sounds Live


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John Dwyer of Oh Sees on His Prolific Output, Tinnitus, and The Joys of Multiple Drummers

KEXP interviews John Dwyer about championing other artists, the duality of running a label and running a band, and burnout while debating the age-old question: how many drummers is too many drummers?


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The Many Roles of Japanese Breakfast

Music, books, film... is there anything Michelle Zauner can't do?


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Video Roundup

Why Are We Doing an "Ask a Stupid Question Day" Video Roundup?

It's okay! You can ask! Because today is "Ask a Stupid Question Day."


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