KEXP speaks to Sasquatch! founder Adam Zacks about his new festival THING.
Ahead of the band's in-studio on KEXP on April 20 at 3:30 PM PT, DJ John Richards gets the scoop on their latest release.
Ruidosa is a feminist media collective from Chile that studied the presence of women in the line-ups of 66 Latin music festivals.
Martin Douglas speaks with the sibling rock 'n roll duo about an array of topics in this lengthy conversation.
KEXP shares a new single from Seattle electronic music producer, Chong the Nomad.
KEXP spoke with Ibibio Sound Machine's Eno Williams about their new record, staying positive in a post-Brexit UK, and the most important topic of all - fashion
Seattle composer traverses video game scores and ambient music.
The award-winning Puerto Rican songwriter and former Menudo member shares his recovery story and the work he's doing now with his foundation Vox Forte Horizonte.
After getting his cancer diagnosis the same day he learned his wife was pregnant, the songwriter looks back on recovery and changing perspectives.
As part of Women's History Month throughout March, we're getting to know the six new women of color in Washington state's legislature through music. Today we meet Debra Entenman.
As part of Women's History Month throughout March, we're getting to know the six new women of color in Washington state's legislature through music. Today we meet Melanie Morgan.
KEXP contributor Neroli Price talks to Alice Phoebe Lou about how busking and feminism influenced the new album, Paper Castles, self-released (with services through Motor Music) on March 8th.