Sound & Vision has been getting to know the six new women of color in the Washington state legislature through music. Today, we meet Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal, the first South Asian American woman ever elected to the US House of Representatives
Metric frontwoman Emily Haines shares her thoughts on the themes of some of the singles on Art of Doubt.
Argentinian-Swedish artist José González talks to KEXP about his music, his own previous battle with psychosis, and news on a new album.
KEXP speaks with Alex Grigg of the Music BC Industry Association about the differences between Canada and the US’s music industry.
The writer and former Street Sounds DJ shares his thoughts on what Nipsey Hussle meant to his community and hip-hop as a whole.
Seattle composer traverses video game scores and ambient music.
KEXP's Owen Murphy headed out to Everett to get the scoop on the 2019 Fisherman’s Village Music Fest from the festival organizers: promoter Ryan Crowther, Tellers' singer/songwriter Sarah Feinberg, and Kyle Ledford of Soniphone Records.
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.
Welcome to BabexHouse, a new music and artist collective in Seattle made up of POC/LGBTQ (People Of Color/Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, Queer) DJs and artists who are dedicated to creating safer spaces in dance music.
KEXP DJ Marco Collins sat down with the artist behind Left at London, Nat Puff. Marco talked with her about her music, identity, and proving that those with mental illness can thrive and recovery is possible.