Meet this year's NPR Tiny Desk Contest winner, Quinn Christopherson.
Amanda Knox speaks to KEXP about her experiences behind bars and the songs that helped her cope.
Sound & Vision airs on KEXP every Saturday from 7-9 AM PST, utilizing interviews, artistry, commentary, insight and conversation to that tell broader stories through music, and illustrate why music and art matter
Sound & Vision airs on KEXP every Saturday from 7-9 AM PST, utilizing interviews, artistry, commentary, insight and conversation to that tell broader stories through music, and illustrate why music and art matter.
The Dip talks about new album and how some of the songs on their new album flip gender stereotypes while capturing a Motown sound and reflect on today’s political climate.
On the heels of their Sub Pop release, the band opens up about how rent affordability is pushing out artists who are now defecting to Los Angeles.
April 29th marked the 27th anniversary since four police officers were acquitted of charges of using excessive on Rodney King. Dr. Daudi Abe, humanities professor at Seattle Central College, talks to KEXP about the case's relevance today and its connection to hip-hop music.
KEXP talks to Seattle band Thunderpussy as they await a ruling from the Supreme Court on whether or not they can trademark their band name.
Timothy Showalter (aka Strand of Oaks) talks to KEXP about finding himself again through the making of his latest album, Eraserland.
Ahead of the band's in-studio on KEXP on April 20 at 3:30 PM PT, DJ John Richards gets the scoop on their latest release.
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