The second installment of KEXP's series that sees artists share their memories from touring pre-pandemic
After a year of missing live shows, KEXP has asked artists to share their personal journals, sketches, photos, and memories from being on tour
The spirit of Music Heals made us think of live music a year ago and encourages us to see the first photos of the new world. We speak with live music workers from Argentina, Spain, Mexico, Chile, and Guatemala about how their countries are adapting to the experience of live music during the pande...
Martin Douglas chronicles nearly half a lifetime of live music healing the wounds of life.
For Live Music Heals, KEXP's Dusty Henry reflects on the little moments of concerts that end up mattering the most.
Midnight Daughter is a Seattle based duo. Aurora Smedley (vocals, guitar, songwriting) and Bryan Djunaedi (violin, vocals) create powerful art by tackling hard subjects through their songs. Kevin Cole recently talked to Aurora to ask her about her journey through depression and how it affects her...
Conversamos con Casa Latina, Nepantla Cultural Arts, El Centro de la Raza, Entre Hermanos y Seattle International Doundation, Centroamerica, sobre su trabajo con la comunidad latina de Seattle y le pedimos que elijan algunas de sus canciones latinoamericanas preferidas para sanar.
We spoke with some of the organizations that support the Latino community in Seattle and shared their favorite songs
Ahead of KEXP’s Music Heals: Beyond Cancer event, Sound & Vision host and producer Emily Fox talked with Elverum about tackling grief in his music, performing these harrowing songs in front of festival crowds, and reflects on the art and void left by his late wife.
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.