Martin Douglas has witnessed the future of Seattle's punk scene and spoke to its prinicpal songwriters.
Two decades after their breakup, Martin Douglas explores the history of the influential South Sound punk band through their music.
Martin Douglas processes some very personal stuff while listening to a posthumously released collection of the South Sound art-punk heroes' 2001 live recordings.
Martin Douglas speaks to the epochal Anacortes musician all about his stunning second LP as the Microphones and whether or not it has gotten the recognition it deserves.
To celebrate International Women's History Month, the impending arrival of our Black Constellation podcast, and the 10-year anniversary of awE naturalE, Martin Douglas basks in the brilliance of Stas and Cat's two Sub Pop-issued albums.
Four years ago, the Tacoma artist proclaimed he was quitting the rat race of being a rapper. He made good on his promise and became one of Tacoma's most multitalented artists. Martin Douglas explores.
Martin Douglas speaks to the British Columbia-based artist about his lifelong music fandom, the bands he's played guitar for, and his breakthrough as a professional wrestler.
Martin Douglas speaks to the producer about convincing her parents to let her go to art school, "rockin' festivals with no album," and much more.
Songwriter Maya Stoner pays homage to her Uchinanchu heritage while pushing back against the condescension she feels daily with a new amped-up sound.
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.