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.
Fresh off the release of his stellar new album 'This Is How You Smile,' NYC-based Ecuadorian-American musician Helado Negro delivers a loose and funky guest DJ mix for Midnight in a Perfect World spotlighting infectious underground gems that boast an effortless groove.
Revisit a 2009 on-air interview with the late, legendary surf rock guitarist Dick Dale.
In celebration of their brand new third album 'Doko Mien,' British band Ibibio Sound Machine deliver a special guest DJ mix for Midnight in a Perfect World spotlighting funky grooves from all over the world that captures the spirit of their own genre-blurring sound.
Local musician, artist, and writer and KEXP DJ Gabriel Teodros about how the TDO impacted Seattle hip-hop – but also gives further context to how racial profiling has historically inhibited the genre and culture from thriving in the city.
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 My-Linh Thai.
Michael Benjamin Lerner (known musically as Telekinesis) breaks down the songwriting process behind his single "Set a Course."
In this week's episode, Sound & Vision looks at how Seattle's mid-80s venue policy had ripple effects still being felt today.
Fresh off the release of his sophomore album 'Nosso,' Lisbon electronic producer Branko delivers a thrilling guest DJ mix for Midnight in a Perfect World that's a seamless journey through his infectious and colorful global bass sound.
Randall discusses what she hopes to achieve in Washington state and the Tracy Chapman song she looks to for inspiration
KEXP's Emily Fox chats with the Portland-based musician about toxic masculinity and confronting misogyny.