Martin Douglas chronicles nearly half a lifetime of live music healing the wounds of life.
In KEXP's weekly series Living Singles, KEXP staff contributors highlight three brand new singles that are resonating with them right now. Martin Douglas discusses his picks alongside Sound & Vision interim producer Rachel Stevens.
A letter from KEXP writer Martin Douglas
Martin Douglas explores the work of the fun and outspoken Portland trio.
Martin Douglas tells a story about his friend and makes a mix.
Martin Douglas speaks with the sibling rock 'n roll duo about an array of topics in this lengthy conversation.
Martin Douglas dives into the history of the power-pop band on the eve of the release of their immersive sophomore album.
Martin Douglas digs for the Black roots of rock 'n roll music in this personal and historical essay.
Martin Douglas speaks with the rap superduo about their partnership, the range of their discography, and much more.
In the first installment of (perhaps) a new series, Martin Douglas has a weird, weird time with three local singles.
Martin Douglas' short fiction series is back, using three of the year's best songs as an exploration of grief.
Martin Douglas' coverage from Boise continues with a set from the Seattle singer/songwriter.
To culminate KEXP's Punk Month, Martin Douglas explores his life through the cracked prism of punk rock music.
For the first time in a decade, Martin Douglas journeys into the mouth of the beast that is Capitol Hill Block Party.
The Seattle pop-punk trio discuss their new album and the emotional properties of nostalgia with Martin Douglas.
Martin Douglas takes a deep dive into the punk trio's four full -lengths.
Martin Douglas' local music-inspired short fiction series returns with flying cars and smoldering debris.
Martin Douglas examines 'When Words Dance,' the Central District MC's latest opus.
Martin Douglas pays his respects to one of hip-hop music's most confounding yet beloved disruptors.
Martin Douglas has witnessed the future of Seattle's punk scene and spoke to its prinicpal songwriters.