Tag Archives: Sub Pop

Monday Music News

I never thought the day would come that Miley Cyrus would make the KEXP Blog, but I also never thought she’d perform with The Flaming Lips, like she did this past weekend at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Apparently, Cyrus told the crowd, “I hope I can inspire you guys as much as TheRead more...

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Album Review: Dum Dum Girls - Too True

Dee Dee Penny is a woman who cannot be held down. With pretty much every album she’s crafted with Dum Dum Girls, she’s pushed forward the cutting edge of the Brooklyn indie rock scene. That case was especially evident with 2011′s Only In Dreams. Together with its phenomenal coda EP, End of Daze, Dee DeeRead more...

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Wednesday Music News

Jacuzzi Boys, a.k.a. Miami’s fun-in-the-hot-tub boys of warm and fuzzy summer garage crooning, have “Be My Prism” from their upcoming self-titled album on Hardly Art. Not only catchy and pretty, the track gets steadily more both of those things as it progresses. Their album will be out on September 10th. [Fader]

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Live Video: Grant Olsen and Sera Cahoone on top of the Space Needle

While many have visited Seattle’s iconic landmark, the Space Needle, and even braved the 604 foot height to take in the view from the top, only a select few can say that they’ve stepped onto that 604th foot of the Needle. On July 11th, in celebration of Sub Pop’s 25th anniversary, KEXP and Sub Pop’sRead more...

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Live Video: Rose Windows at Sub Pop Silver Jubilee

Just before Seattle’s Rose Windows played an evening set on the Elysian stage for the Sub Pop Silver Jubilee, a celebration of the record label’s 25th anniversary, Rabia Shaheen Qazi showed off their pipes during an exclusive session for KEXP backstage. While her voice filled the room of The Stables, an intimate gathering space inRead more...

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Live Video: clipping. at Sub Pop Silver Jubilee

L.A. based rap trio clipping., one of Sub Pop’s newest artists, switched up the pace backstage at The Stables during the Sub Pop Silver Jubilee. Living up to their name, the trio employs discordant sounds to create the backdrop for Daveed Diggs’ sharp flow of words. For a group whose sound comes across as random,Read more...

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Live Video: The Baptist Generals at Sub Pop Silver Jubilee

Apart from their various shows around the U.S. and Europe, we haven’t heard much from Texan lo-fi indie rock band The Baptist Generals since their debut Sub Pop album, No Silver/No Gold ten years ago, but the band is back with the highly anticipated Jackleg Devotional to the Heart. The Baptist Generals brought their bold attitude toRead more...

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Album Review: Washed Out - Paracosm

Some artists have a real gift for creating worlds. In an interview with Pitchfork talking about Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming, M83′s Anthony Gonzalez said, “I would rather live in an imaginary world forever. My music is my retreat”. You can here the escapism in that record - a neon brilliance of clouds and sky andRead more...

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Live Video: Jonathan Meiburg of Shearwater at Sub Pop Silver Jubilee

While Shearwater may have traveled two-thousand miles to be at the Sub Pop Silver Jubilee, the Texans seemed right at home in Seattle. KEXP went backstage at the Jubilee to capture Shearwater’s Jonathan Meiburg deliver not only his work with Shearwater and Blue Water White Death but a song by a band that put SubRead more...

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Live Video: Kevin Murphy of The Moondoggies at Sub Pop Silver Jubilee

In addition to the wealth of artists imported into Seattle to work with the city’s legendary label, Sub Pop Records highlighted the best of the Northwest’s seemingly endless talent, from Mudhoney to Rose Windows, during their Silver Jubilee. Before Seattle’s The Moondoggies ended the night with their unforgettable performance on the Hardly Art ticket, KEXPRead more...

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