Sound & Vision host Emily Fox spoke with Ben London, executive director of the non-profit Black Fret in Seattle, about new ways to support musicians.
The legendary former Sonic Youth member makes her solo debut after 38 years in music and sounds as urgent as ever.
KEXP caught up with Jónsi and Alex Somers while on the anniversary tour of 2009's Riceboy Sleeps, the first time the record has been performed in full since its release
Sound and Vision host Emily Fox spoke with Singletary about his glass art and how he fuses jazz and funk with indigenous music.
Calina Lawrence talks to KEXP's Sound & Vision about the importance of preserving Indigenous languages.
Hozoji Mathison-Margolis of Helms Alee tells KEXP about her day job as an independently contracted shellfish biology diver.
In an interview at Capitol Hill Block Party this past summer, KEXP DJ Gabriel Teodros chatted with the group about their genre fusing style and the stories behind their music.
Sound & Vision host Emily Fox spoke with Robin Edwards about her latest album, which was fueled by "Lifetime movie level heartbreak."
Wo’Pop DJ Darek Mazzone talked to 47SOUL about the groups origins and being an Arabic band touring the United States.
Alda Agustiano on her (former) job as a line cook and the sounds you can only find in a kitchen.
Sound & Vision host Emily Fox spoke with The New Pornographers' A.C. Newman about their eighth studio album and the anxiety of living in the United States.