Amid a global pandemic, the Seattle arts program has found massive success bringing their work to an online audience.
Sound & Vision host Emily Fox spoke with musicians on Twitch about creating online fanbases and making money live streaming.
The MC of Seattle hip-hop group Blue Scholars fused his music industry knowledge and love of culinary arts to switch up his main hustle. This is part of Sound & Vision’s Day Jobs series which explores musicians who juggle day jobs with their passion in music.
Thirty-three years after his first release on the label, Mudhoney’s frontman is still shipping out copies of his records as the Sub Pop warehouse manager. This is part of Sound & Vision’s Day Jobs series which explores musicians who juggle day jobs with their passion in music.
Sound & Vision host Emily Fox spoke with Yuuki Matthews (The Shins, Sufjan Stevens) about releasing the recordings from his collaboration with late friend and bandmate Richard Swift.
KEXP talks to percussionist/producer Sarathy Korwar about his latest release More Coming and how he fuses hip hop and jazz with various elements of the diverse music of India to create something new and vibrant.
KEXP's Cheryl Waters spoke with the Chicago artist about the tracks on her latest album, which were inspired by artists of color like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Octavia Butler.
The recording engineer’s work is highlighted on a new Light in the Attic compilation titled Kearney Barton: Architect of the Northwest Sound.
KEXP DJ Marco Collins spoke with music journalist Charles R. Cross about Soundgarden's Superunkown as a part of Sound & Vision’s occasional series “Northwest Classics."