Sound & Vision host Emily Fox spoke with the Boston-based musician about their new album, which was partially written while in rehab, and discovering their own identity through writing songs.
The U.S. Postal Service and media mail are critical to independent labels and musicians. What happens if that goes away?
KEXP's Owen Murphy reached the band via ZOOM from his home just outside Seattle. Read the interview below or listen to a clip that previously aired on KEXP's Sound & Vision.
The executive director of MusiCares spoke with Sound & Vision host Emily Fox about the non-profit’s COVID-19 relief effort for people in the music industry.
The conceptual artist spoke with Sound & Vision host Emily Fox about asking other Black artists about their origin stories, how they heal themselves and to describe a world where they're loved, safe and valued.
The poet, artist and educator spoke with Sound & Vision host Emily Fox about some of their poems. Their forthcoming book, Insubordinate, is out on August 27th.
Seattle’s Civic Poet spoke with Sound & Vision host Emily Fox for the show’s ongoing series on poets in the Northwest.
The poet and playwright spoke with host Emily Fox about his work as a part of Sound & Vision’s series on poetry.
Sound & Vision host Emily Fox spoke with Neil Juneja and Joe Cole of Covert Bat about drive-in concerts, which were recently banned in Washington State due to COVID-19.
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.