Category Archives: KEXP

KEXP programs an innovative, eclectic music mix you can’t find anywhere else. Rock, hip hop, electronic, country, blues, world and in-depth specialty programs.

Thursday Music News

While we’d naturally prefer you to keep listening to KEXP, there’s several great full album streams out today, too. Yo La Tengo share their forthcoming full-length, Stuff Like That There, which hits stores August 28th via Matador Records (stream here). Much like the band’s 1990 release Fakebook, the album consists of covers, and reunites themRead more…

Also posted in Music News | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Review Revue: Richard Lloyd – Field of Fire

The main reason I pulled this album out is because Richard Lloyd! Television! Not only did I recently see his legendary old band, sadly without him, but it turns out that the man himself is embarking on a very rare solo tour which will bring him to our own beloved Columbia City Theater this SeptemberRead more…

Also posted in Review Revue | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Raw Power KEXP: Q&A with Mark Arm

On Sunday, August 23, KEXP proudly presents Raw Power KEXP, an all-star tribute to proto-punks Iggy and the Stooges. Every day for the rest of this week, we’re asking the members of the Raw Power band – Mike McCready, Duff McKagan, Mark Arm, and Barrett Martin – why they love the Stooges. Today, Mark ArmRead more…

Also posted in Local Music | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Song of the Day: ScotDrakula – Shazon

Every Monday through Friday, we deliver a different song as part of our Song of the Day podcast subscription. This podcast features exclusive KEXP in-studio performances, unreleased songs, and recordings from independent artists that our DJ’s think you should hear. Today’s song, featured on the Afternoon Show with Kevin Cole, is “Shazon” by ScotDrakula from theirRead more…

Also posted in Kevin Cole, Song of the Day Podcast | Tagged | Leave a comment

Photo Gallery: Concerts at the Mural with Shaprece, Manatee Commune & Natasha Kmeto 8/14

Thunderstorms did nothing to dampen the fun of Decibel Festival Night at 2015 Concerts at the Mural last Friday. Shaprece, Manatee Commune, and Natasha Kmeto provided a lovely evening of the finest of Pacific Northwest electronic music, from inside the comfort of a dry Seattle Center Armory. Smiles were rampant, dancing feet were common, andRead more…

Also posted in Concerts at the Mural, Decibel Festival, Photo Galleries | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Wednesday Music News

It’s only 73 seconds long, but this mini-trailer has us very excited for the eagerly-awaited sophomore release from UK group Savages. In the clip, none other than Henry Rollins (??!!) reads from Phyllis Rose’s Jazz Cleopatra: Josephine Baker In Her Time as new music from the band plays in the background. The album is scheduledRead more…

Also posted in Music News | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Raw Power KEXP: Q&A with Duff McKagan

On Sunday, August 23, KEXP proudly presents Raw Power KEXP, an all-star tribute to proto-punks Iggy and the Stooges. This week we’re asking the members of the Raw Power band – Mike McCready, Duff McKagan, Mark Arm, and Barrett Martin – why they love The Stooges. Today, we talk to bassist Duff McKagan (Guns N’Read more…

Also posted in Local Music | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Live Video: Toro Y Moi

If Chaz Bundick, a.k.a. multi-instrumentalist/producer Toro Y Moi, is one of the founding fathers of chillwave, he seems to have defected in recent years to a rogue nation operating under somewhat looser rules and conditions. In this new land, framed by Bundick’s most recent LP, What For?, a greater range of pop music thrives, albeitRead more…

Also posted in Live Video | Tagged | Leave a comment

Live Review: Wilco with Jenny Lewis at Marymoor Park 8/11

This year is Wilco‘s twentieth anniversary, but the posit of Wilco merely being a band for two decades is a somewhat reductive statement – across their career, they’ve covered as much musical ground (and employed as many personnel) as three or four bands. They started out as alt-country lifers trying to keep at the forefrontRead more…

Also posted in Live Reviews | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Song of the Day: Ezra Furman – Restless Year

Every Monday through Friday, we deliver a different song as part of our Song of the Day podcast subscription. This podcast features exclusive KEXP in-studio performances, unreleased songs, and recordings from independent artists that our DJ’s think you should hear. Today’s song, featured on the Afternoon Show with Kevin Cole, is “Restless Year” by EzraRead more…

Also posted in Kevin Cole, Song of the Day Podcast | Tagged | Leave a comment
Donate Now!

Donate to KEXP Today!
where the music matters

The KEXP Blog

  • Listen Live:

    High Quality AAC+
    Excellent for PC, Mac, iPhones/iPads, Android Devices, tablets, iTunes, Winamp, and VLC. High quality audio, low bandwidth

    MP3 Stream
    Best for computers running OSX or Windows with iTunes or the open source VideoLAN Player installed

  • KEXP AND THE UW

    The University of Washington Logo KEXP is an
    affiliate of the
    University of Washington
  • iTunes and KEXP

    iTunes Logo
    You can now find KEXP under "Eclectic" in iTunes after the demise of the "Public" category, to better represent the diversity of our daytime variety shows and numerous specialty programs.
Sponsored By
Become a KEXP Sponsor!
  • KEXP Post Categories