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Sound & Vision: How "Nothing Arrived" by Villagers Got Me Through My Miscarriage

Writer Rachel Stevens reflects on how the Villagers song helped her through her miscarriage.


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Sound & Vision: Cherry Glazerr's Clementine Creevy on Her Songwriting Process

Cherry Glazzer performs Friday, Aug. 9 at KEXP and Seattle Center's Concert at the Mural series.


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Sound & Vision: John Van Deusen on Mental Health, Music, and Religion

Sound & Vision host John Richards spoke with Van Deusen about his views on Christianity and being okay with not being okay.


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Sound & Vision: Looking at the Chart Dominance of Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road"

Pop chart analyst Chris Molanphy chats with Sound & Vision’s Emily Fox about “Old Town Road” and its landmark run on the Billboard charts.


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Sound & Vision: Poet Laureate Claudia Castro Luna on Her Personal Story and Influences

Claudia Castro Luna spoke with Sound and Vision’s Emily Fox about her personal story and how it influences her work.


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Roderick Wolgamott of Sky Cries Mary on the '90s Seattle Scene

Roderick Wolgamott of Sky Cries Mary talks about rubbing elbows with the rising stars of the Seattle grunge scene in the late '80s and going on to make treehouses for the rich and famous.


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Sound & Vision: Bundling and Gaming the Billboard Charts

“Bundling” has become a mainstay in pop music. But, many artists and their labels are raising concerns that purchasing merch or concert tickets doesn’t prove that people actually want to buy an album.


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Sound & Vision: Orville Peck on Influences & the Mask You'll Never See Him Without

Peck speaks to KEXP about how Lavender Country influenced him, his music, how he sees himself in the country genre, and the mask you’ll never see him without.


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Sound & Vision: The Lasting Legacy of Ze Whiz Kidz

In the early 1970s this troupe of gay, glam singers and performers made their home base in the basement of the Smith Tower downtown.


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