A multi-genre program featuring eclectic sets by a rotating cast of international and local DJs, each building upon a party vibe to kick off your weekend. Check out the archives of previous exclusive mixes here, and check out the upcoming schedule below:
Seattle native Rudy Willingham is a DJ and producer who's also made a splash in the global arts community as a designer, copywriter, street artist, photographer, and product designer. His debut full-length album Dunk Reactions came out in September and has quickly become a KEXP favorite, ultimately finding its way onto multiple KEXP DJs' lists for their Top 10 albums of 2019. Outside of music, his distinctive visual and photography style has been profiled on major local media outlets and led to collaborations with the Seattle Seahawks, the Seattle Sounders, as well some of the world's biggest brands.
Georgia Anne Muldrow and Declaime (aka Dudley Perkins) are West Coast underground legends, both individually paving their own unique lanes in the world of spiritual R&B, cosmic soul, adventurous hip-hop, and future funk throughout the 2000s. Both boast deep catalogs that include releases on premier labels such as Stones Throw Records, Ubiquity, and Mello Music Group. The husband-and-wife duo launched their own label SomeOthaShip Connect Records in 2008 and recently released their third collaborative album titled Black Love & War this past summer to continued critical acclaim.
Slow Shudder is the alias of Miami-born, Seattle-based producer, DJ, vocalist, and songwriter Amanda Mayo. Since 2016, she's released a steady string of singles, remixes and collaborations that span experimental pop, indie dance, left-field bass, and alternative music, on labels including Ultra Music's Next Wave, bitbird, Moving Castle, and Not Like That. This past September she released her debut EP titled Off The Rails that provided the strongest showcase yet for her unique fusion of unexpected production techniques and emotive songwriting.
Vetiver is a San Francisco band led by versatile musician, DJ, and curator Andy Cabic. Since their formation in 2002, the band has been exploring an expansive and melancholy folk rock sound over seven full-length albums, with their latest record Up On High emerging this past October. In addition to his long-standing work as the ringleader for Vetiver, Andy was a member of the beloved Bay Area group Tussle and is a lifelong music collector, a passion that has led to countless DJ gigs as well as serving as a co-curator on Light in the Attic's brilliant 2019 compilation, Pacific Breeze: Japanese City Pop, AOR and Boogie 1976–1986.