KEXP is excited to announce our new host for Audioasis: Eva Walker , frontwoman for Seattle rock ‘n roll band The Black Tones .
KEXP chats with the Detroit-based musician about how he learned to write music, what it was like playing those first big shows in South Africa, and what he thinks about first when he wakes up in the morning.
We f*cking talked to the f*cking master of swearing, Megan f*cking Jasper, about her journey from stuffing Cat Butt records as intern to running the whole goddamn label.
With a new album, Digital Garbage, slated for release this September, KEXP chats with Mudhoney frontman Mark Arm about his days in Green River and beyond.
Three giants of Sub Pop look back at the label's incredible and still enduring run, from Green River to Fleet Foxes.
The New York indie rock outfit talks about their eight years as a band, being signed to Sub Pop, DIY culture, and each members' new projects.
Get to know the Atlanta garage punk trio before their performance this Friday, Aug. 3, at KEXP and Seattle Center's Concerts at the Mural
Just following a set at Capitol Hill Block Party's mainstage, KEXP spoke to Alvvays frontwoman Molly Rankin about the power of cover songs, music videos, and her musical influences.
As the SPF30 celebration approaches, we wanted to catch up with Jack Endino to ask him how he honed his craft and what he remembers from those early years.
From Led Zeppelin and Soundgarden to Asia and Steely Dan, the iconic Seattle band's drummer discusses the styles that helped him develop as a musician and his personal musical philosophies.
From the lit ashes of Fastbacks rises Kurt Bloch's Full Toilet 7", a Seattle punk massacre well hidden amongst the Sub Pop back catalog.