Martin Douglas speaks to festival principals Guy Keltner and Skyler Locatelli about the stress and reward of building a music festival from the ground up.
Throughout the pandemic, many of us have leaned on vices to get through it. For KEXP's Dusty Henry, that was Los Angeles-based "all genre" label, Leaving Records.
Gabriel Teodros, host of the Early Show on KEXP, sat down and talked with Rosa about her work as an activist.
Daniel Monkman makes music under the name Zoon, blending shoegaze with traditional First nations. sounds like a tribal drum. KEXP’s Dusty Henry spoke with Zoon to learn how making music brought them closer to their Ojibway heritage.
From their very first show to the eve of their debut full-length, Martin Douglas follows "the best band since Oasis" through a meteoric year.
Martin Douglas speaks to the Atlanta-based soul singer about growing up in the church and his evolution as a songwriter.
Ahead of a performance alongside a screening of 'El Topo,' Justin Gallego talks about his latest solo album and the intersection of music and visual art.
The Seattle songwriter pens songs for his family and grieves the loss of his child on his latest album.
Moaning bassist/synth genius Pascal Stevenson chats with KEXP about their years-in-the-making debut solo record as Fashion Club, the varied influences that inspired 'Scrutiny,' and the role sobriety played in not just the creation of these songs but helping her come out as trans.
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.