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KEXP Suggests: Burger A-Go-Go at the Crocodile 2/24-2/25

Burger Records' annual festival, focused on woman-fronted groups, is hitting the road for the very first time this year! It pulls into the Crocodile this Saturday and Sunday.


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KEXP Suggests: Sound Off! Semi-Finals #2 at the MoPOP Museum 2/16

The 2018 event continues tonight, Friday, February 16th, with our second round of semi-finalists: Micaiah Sawyer, NËSTRÄ, Sam Foster, and Step Dads. Here's some info on what to expect:


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KEXP Suggests: Protest Fest 2018

This Monday, Do206 presents its inaugural Protest Fest, a day to celebrate positive protest and community, in venues across the city.


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KEXP Suggests: Sound Off! Semi-Finals #1 at the MoPOP Museum 2/9

For 17 years, MoPOP’s Sound Off! has highlighted the best up-and-coming musicians in the region. The 2018 event kicks off tonight, Friday, February 9th, with our first round of semi-finalists: Dreadlight, Jawzilla, Maiah Wynne, and Strawberry Mountain.


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Sasquatch! Music Festival 2018 Lineup Announced

Sasquatch! returns May 25-27 with Bon Iver, The National, Modest Mouse, and more!


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DJ Riz Reflects on the Upcoming 18th Annual Expansions MLK Unity Party 1/14

This Sunday, KEXP's Expansions will host their 18th annual MLK Unity Party for an evening of music and dance to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Join Expansions DJs Sharlese, Kid Hops, Masa, Alex, and Riz as they soundtrack the evening and celebrate Dr. King's astounding legacy...


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KEXP Suggests: Disaster Relief Show featuring Beat Connection, Zoolab, and Beeba at Neumos 10/11

The past few months have been overwhelming with the relentless barrage of natural disasters around the globe. Now is the time for people to come together to help support these communities struggling to rebuild their homes and providing the resources necessary to survive. This Wednesday, local art...


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KEXP Suggests: Hype! at the SIFF Cinema Egyptian 9/25

It's easy to lose context with how massive grunge was in the early '90s. Bands like Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, and Nirvana are so ubiquitous with the region at this point that it's hard to imagine what the Northwest was like before they came barreling through with heavy punk riffs with lots and lots...


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KEXP Suggests: Zen Mother and Sound Cipher at the Pacific Science Center

Laser domes have a nostalgic tie for many music listeners. For many, it recalls memories of zoning out and listening to classic records as a flurry of dazzling lights create a vivid masterwork right in front of your eyes. It's like going to the movies, only louder and a whole lot more awesome. Th...


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Learn How to Create and Book Shows at KEXP's Mastering the Hustle Workshop This Saturday

Your band has been practicing in your basement non-stop. You know your songs inside and out. Now you're ready to finally load up your gear and play a show. But where do you start? When you're first starting to play live music around town, it can be hard to get your bearings and know who to talk t...


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KEXP Suggests: Zen Mother Live Scores The Holy Mountain at Northwest Film Forum 8/25

Earlier this summer, Zen Mother released their experimental psych opus I Was Made To Be Like Her. Across 48-minutes, the record traverses vast sonic territory. It's a challenging work built upon intention, distorting the listener's perception with each track and creating a vivid and immersive wor...


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KEXP Suggests: It's Getting Hot in Here - Benefit for the Washington Environmental Council 8/17

While climate change may be something that members of our federal government have decided to ignore and/or flat-out reject, it's difficult to ignore the fact that summers in Seattle have gotten increasingly warmer. On August 8th we broke the previous record of 51 days without rain, making it the ...


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