KEXP’s Owen Murphy caught up with the band’s singer and songwriter Ackell, singer Paul Kelley and bassist Steve Zimmerman to talk about the things that allowed the band to come back together even though Greg kept saying the band would never happen.
From the ballcourts of Northeast Portland to the global underground rap scene, Milc always wanted to be his city's hometown hero. Now, he's closer than ever. Martin Douglas investigates.
LA via Ontario artist Jessy Lanza talks with KEXP about her latest record, Love Hallucination, and how it symbolizes an evolution in her sound as well as a new found focus on self-love and self-confidence.
Martin Douglas speaks with the founding members of the uber-influential feminist punk band in a wide spanning interview.
KEXP's Dusty Henry spoke with Younger to learn more about Young's connection to Ashby's music and how Ashby's impact is still felt today.
Naomi Yang talks with KEXP about first-ever documentary, titled Never Be a Punching Bag for Nobody, accompanied by a soundtrack that marks her first-ever solo release.
When Math & Physics Club lost their guitarist James Werle to cancer, music helped them heal. KEXP spoke to surviving band members Charles Bert, Ethan Jones, and Kevin Emerson about how music got them through their grief.
In 2018, KEXP celebrated the 30th anniversary of local record label Sub Pop with a four-month retrospective, "counting up" every catalog number in their vast discography of over 1,200 releases. Dig into the archives of our catalog coverage, featuring in-depth coverage on the history of their releases.