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.
The Tanya Donnelly-fronted band enter the KEXP Live Room with John Richards to play two Dove songs and two Belly classics.
The Tokyo, Japan quintet Kikagaku Moyo (English: “geometric patterns”) paint psychedelic pictures with a deft heaviness that shines through their latest albu...
Freedom, Damon McMahon’s fifth album as Amen Dunes, feels like a beautiful dream — its silvery songwriting glide across bold sonic rock landscapes.
On their third album, Garbage People, Wimps remain as raucous, sardonic, and incisive as ever.
Spiky and smooth, the kinetic guitar playing of Bombino weaves through the buoyant rhythms that his band produces.
Razor-sharp and bristling with intent, Washington D.C.’s Flasher exude an energy that belies their relatively short lifespan as a band.