DJ Chilly, host of KEXP's El Sonido, shares some of his favorite Café Tacvba videos in celebration of Mexican Independence Day and KEXP's re-airing of an exclusive live performance from the influential Latin America band.
Inspired by the lyrics of Neko Case and the recent efforts of the Woodland Park Zoo around the Endangered Species Act, KEXP spotlights animals currently on the brink of extinction and the bands they've inspired.
Inspired by a shout-out from Iggy Pop (HI IGGY!), KEXP spotlights some of our favorite female drummers.
Check out a video playlist featuring some of the artists performing at the Iceland Airwaves Music Festival, happening Wednesday, November 7 through Saturday, November 10 in Reykjavik, and find out how you could win a once-in-a-lifetime trip to attend!
We like all kinds of music! And today, on Fourth of July, we're celebrating "Independence Day" with just that! As you gather around the BBQ with your friends and family, turn up the volume on this KEXP playlist. Happy Fourth of July from KEXP!
In honor of John Cusack's 52nd birthday today, KEXP is taking a cue from High Fidelity, and presenting the Top Five Music-Related Films of his career.
It's May 4th, a.k.a. Star Wars Day. To celebrate the Lucas legacy, today we've compiled a galactic force of songs, bands, or lyrics inspired by Star Wars. Enjoy, and may the fourth be with you!
Two years ago today, KEXP opened the doors to our new home in Seattle Center. As we celebrate this momentous occasion in our station’s history, let’s revisit some of the videos from the first sessions recorded in our space.
Are genetics the root cause of musicality? It's a much-debated idea, but after our exhaustive research of sibling bands, we're convinced it could be true. In today's video roundup, we're celebrating National Sibling Day by bringing some lesser-known sibling bands to the forefront.
"Why does the world need a Piano Day? For many reasons. But mostly, because it doesn’t hurt to celebrate the piano and everything around it: performers, composers, piano builders, tuners, movers and most important, the listener." -- Nils Frahm