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Friday Music News

The Flaming Lips are offering some pretty amazing material in honor of this month’s Record Store Day Back To Black Friday. One album is a complete cover of Stone Roses‘ debut album that features contributions from Foxygen, Poliça, Spaceface, Peaking Lights, Stardeath, and several others. The other is a collaborative EP between the Lips andRead more…

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Song of the Day: Daughn Gibson – The Sound of Law

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 DJs think you should hear. Today’s song comes from Pennsylvania trucker turned experimental rocker Daughn Gibson. “The Sound of Law”Read more…

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Capitol Hill Block Party 2013: Friday

Capitol Hill Block Party got started with a bang last night. Too many incredible options to count, this year’s festival has already been one for the books. Check out the first half of our photo coverage from day 1 below: Seattle indie rock band Telekinesis help build great energy on the main stage early inRead more…

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Monday Music News

At some point as an art-rock outfit, a band surpasses the need to surpass themselves. The Flaming Lips have just released a pared down and grainy video for the immersive “Turning Violet” from their latest album, The Terror. Primordial vocals emerge from deep in a Turrell-esque white room before lines of colored lights erupt likeRead more…

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Out This Week 7/9

Since we’re celebrating Sub Pop 25th Anniversary, a.k.a. Silver Jubilee, this week, it’s fitting that one of their new signees should top this week’s list of new releases. Though the term does define him, Daughn Gibson is unlikely to be called a “singer-songwriter”, at least not in the traditional sense, the Carlile, PA artist createsRead more…

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Album Review: Daughn Gibson – Me Moan

You’ll never hear the sound of yearning like you will through the sonic lens of Daughn Gibson. The one-time trucker from Nazareth, Pennsylvania, is a new signee to Sub Pop, and this week, he releases his second LP, Me Moan, his first for the label. Gibson is a curiosity – his Sub Pop bio readsRead more…

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2012 Top Ten List Spotlight: Sean

For the rest of the year, we’ll be spotlighting our KEXP DJs Top Albums of 2012, leading up to our 2012 Top Album Countdown, as voted on by our listeners! Tune in on Friday, December 28th to hear if your picks made the list! Grimes at KEXP, 02/20/12 // photo credit: Morgen Schuler (more photos)Read more…

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2012 Top Ten List Spotlight: Larry Rose

For the rest of the year, we’ll be spotlighting our KEXP DJs Top Albums of 2012, leading up to our 2012 Top Album Countdown, as voted on by our listeners! Voting ends on Friday, December 21st, so let us know your favorites now, and tune in on Friday, December 28th to hear if your picksRead more…

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Live Review: Yeasayer w/ Daughn Gibson @ Neptune Theater 8/30/12

Anyone whose seen Yeasayer live can attest to the awesome power of their onstage presence. Their Neptune Theater show last week was no exception. Complete with a ridiculously cool light and mirror setup behind them, Yeasayer threw down new and old tunes alike and gave everyone their money’s worth. And for those that have neverRead more…

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KEXP Suggests: Yeasayer @ Neptune Theatre 8/30

Although Yeasayer were first recognized for their shifting, psych-influenced soundtrack to the mid-2000s Brooklyn indie renaissance, it was their sophomore outing, the pop influenced Odd Blood, that helped the the Brooklyn band shake off the “Brooklyn band” tag. Two years later, the trio of Chris Keating, Anand Wilder, and Ira Wolf Tuton (along with touringRead more…

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