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

The Brooklyn outfit joins Troy Nelson in the KEXP Live Room (“in the internet”, as singer Ben Hozie dubs it) for four songs from their debut album Endless Sc...

The pop-rock Seattle staples join John Richards on the Morning Show to perform a pair of tracks from each EP.

Performing four songs from their sophomore album Joy As An Act of Resistance, the Bristol quintet walk into the KEXP Live Room and exit 30 minutes later with...

The Mancunian guitar legend walks into the KEXP Live Room for a wide-ranging chat with Cheryl Waters and a four-song set spanning his career.

The Samaris-member performs four songs from her solo catalog in this session from KEX Hostel during KEXP’s 2017 Iceland Airwaves broadcast.

Ólafur Arnalds and Janus Rasmussen kicked off KEXP’s live broadcast from KEX Hostel during the 2017 Iceland Airwaves with a glistening set.

The Seattle trio enters the KEXP Live Room with DJ Morgan to perform four songs from their debut album Muted Crowd.

Liz Stokes and co. join DJ Cheryl Waters in the KEXP Live Room for four songs from the new LP.

Like a lipstick-stained group of New Romantics, Spesh’s scuzzy neon blur is infectiously accessible and thrillingly dynamic.

Let’s Eat Grandma’s second album, I’m All Ears, isn’t just a huge leap forward for the Norwich duo, it’s one of the finest art-pop albums of the year.

The duo of Neil Welch (saxophone/electronics) and Chris Icasiano (drums) join DJ Sharlese for a session of songs from their new album Four on Audioasis.

Seattle’s Among Authors create spacious, enrapturing rock that strikes as hard in its quiet moments as it does in its most turbulent.

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