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Throwaway Style: A Wholesome Interview with Dogbreth

Martin Douglas speaks to three-fourths of the power-pop band about their new album Ever Loving.


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Lucy Dacus Rings in the New Year with "Fool's Gold" (KEXP Premiere)

Her holiday-themed EP 2019 will be released November 8th via Matador Records.


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Lisa Prank Offers a Track-by-Track Breakdown for Perfect Love Song

Lisa Prank frontwoman Robin Edwards offers some added context for the band's recent full-length.


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Neko Case on the Power of Music and the Preciousness of Time

Neko Case headlines KEXP's Yule Benefit concert on Thursday, December 5th.


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13 Songs for Halloween: "Climbing Up The Walls" by Radiohead

This 1997 track off OK Computer was described by Thom Yorke himself as "about the unspeakable."


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13 Songs for Halloween: "Night Shift" by Siouxsie & the Banshees

Just one of the many creepy songs off their influential 1981 album Juju.


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13 Songs for Halloween: "Come to Daddy" by Aphex Twin

The 1997 single is scary enough on its own even without Chris Cunningham's infamous music video.


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Interviews

Cigarettes After Sex on the Influence of Leonard Cohen and How Seattle Audiences Are Just Better

KEXP speaks with Greg Gonzalez of Cigarettes After Sex about the long and difficult process of writing the perfect lines, recording on the island of Mallorca, and how he almost moved to Seattle.


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13 Songs for Halloween: The Decemberists - “The Shankill Butchers”

The Crane Wife track finds inspiration in a real group of killers active in the late '70s/early '80s in Belfast, Northern Ireland.


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13 Songs for Halloween: Sonic Youth - "Death Valley '69" (Among Others)

The experimental New York band went through a real creepy period in the mid-'80s.


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