This year's Reykjavik Calling will take place in the Gathering Space tomorrow, October 13th, featuring Icelandic acts Vök and Gyda – as well as Seattle's very own NAVVI. In anticipation of the event, we asked the former two groups a few burning questions.
Two of Seattle’s premiere DJs and producers chat about their process ahead of their S’women/Love Memo split vinyl release on Crane City Music.
Tonight, October 11th, KEXP will be hosting Music Heals Mental Health: A Tribute to Scott Hutchison. Here, some of the artists playing the event share what the music of the Frightened Rabbit and Owl John frontman means to them.
Andrew W.K. 's latest album is titled You're Not Alone, a message that will resonate with KEXP listeners.
Kyle Morton, the mastermind behind Oregon-based orchestral collective Typhoon, talks to KEXP about the band's ambitious, most recently released full-length, Offerings.
The Tres Leches member dives deep into his headspace on his recent solo EP. Here, he walks us through his songwriting process.
Grunge godfathers Mudhoney celebrate three decades of noise in this spirited Turntable Session talk in the KEXP Gathering Space.
Dessa talks to KEXP about her first memoir, My Own Devices: True Stories From the Road on Music, Science, and Senseless Love.
KEXP chats with Matt Remle of Native American News site Last Real Indians to discuss the roots of Indigenous People's Day and what it means to celebrate on this day.
In honor of Indigenous People's Day, KEXP talks with Tracy Rector about Indigenous women filmmakers and her "You Are On Indigenous Land" poster campaign
In honor of Indigenous People's Day, KEXP talks with Colleen Echohawk, Executive Director of Chief Seattle Club.
In honor of Indigenous People's Day, KEXP shines a spotlight on Seattle organizations who are making a difference, like Eileen Jimenez of Highline College's TRiO Program.