Live Performances

From The Arcade Fire to Zero 7, live performances have consistently been an important and unique aspect of KEXP's programming. While the KEXP Live Performances section provides you access to hundreds of exclusive live performances, now you can subscribe to a weekly podcast that brings you a series of complete live in-studio sessions. 

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Live Performances Episodes

Seattle veterans John Atkins (764-Hero) and James van Leuven (Plan B) joined forces for the scrappy lo-fi art punk project Sun Breaks.

The Westman Islands, Iceland musician is quickly becoming a KEXP live session regular, and his talent for enrapturing melodies shines through in this session...

The San Francisco songwriter joins The Roadhouse’s Greg Vandy at Avast! Recording Co. for a session of five songs.

Theo Spark and Jamie She perform four songs in session with KEXP at Musée de la danse in Rennes, France, during Trans Musicales 2018.

The Norwich duo perform five tracks from their self-titled debut album live from Rennes, France as part of KEXP’s sessions at Trans Musicales de Rennes 2018.

Seattle’s Cold Soda boasts quite a bit of Pacific Northwest musical pedigree — namely the members of the Cave Singers who swap instruments for this new project.

The Monterrey group join DJ Chilly at Avast! Recording Co. for a four-song session.

aYia performs cataclysmic songs live from KEXP’s Iceland Airwaves 2018 broadcast at KEX Hostel.

Reykjavik composer Kristín Björk Kristjánsdóttir performs two pieces as part of a tribute to Jóhann Jóhannsson live at Mengi in Reykjavik.

In this session from KEX Hostel in Reykjavik, Bagdad Brothers perform nine songs during KEXP’s broadcast from Iceland Airwaves.

Cumulus and her band join Kevin Cole in the KEXP Live Room for five songs and a conversation about the album.

Performing four songs from his debut album Trespasser, Art D'Ecco and his band join DJ Abbie in the KEXP Live Room.

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