In case you've missed some of our recent special programming, use our two-week streaming archive to catch up below!
Miss Ashley’s significant other, Mr. Maiki, shares music from the Latinx diaspora, reflecting his Puerto Rican upbringing. [Expires: 10/15]
Brian Foss spotlights The Sunnyboys, an Australian 1980s power pop band [Expires: 10/11]
Seoul Food: an exploration of the vibrant & evolving traditional & fusion scene in Korea’s Capital. [Expires: 10/10]
KEXP Staff Reporter Martin Douglas joins Jenn in showcasing bands playing Gonerfest 20. [Expires: 10/7]
Multi-genre program featuring eclectic sets by a rotating cast of international and local DJs, each building upon a party vibe to kick off your weekend. Check out the archives of previous exclusive mixes here, and check out the upcoming schedule below:
KEXP observed International Women’s Day on Wednesday, March 8th with all-day-long programming from DJ Miss Ashley, Evie + Lisa LeClair, Cheryl Waters + Eva Walker, Michele Myers + Abbie, Greta Rose + DJ Yaddy, DJ Sharlese + Brit Hansen, Kennady Quille + Jenn, and Reverend Dollars. Listen back to this special day of programming, and keep listening as we celebrate International Women’s Month all throughout March and beyond!
KEXP's Seattle Center neighbors at the Museum of Pop Culture have recently kicked-off their annual event Sound Off!, the premier under-21 music showcase in the Pacific Northwest. Each year, 12 artists are selected by a community listening panel to participate in the program and take the stage at MoPOP’s Sky Church.
Check out some of these up-and-coming stars on an episode of 90.TEEN w/ DJ Calder Bischoff.
On December 31, 2022, Jeremiah Green, drummer and co-founder of Modest Mouse, died in Sequim, WA, from cancer.
On January 4th, KEXP DJ Marco Collins was joined on the air by Jeremiah's brother, Adam, for a rememberance of Jeremiah's life and music. Revisit the broadcast using KEXP's Two-Week Streaming Archive to hear personal stories, memories, and a celebration of his life.
Throughout the month of May and far beyond, KEXP celebrates Asian and Pasifika voices in music and the arts. This year’s Pushing Boundaries programming kicked off on Monday, May 2nd with KEXP DJs joined by Asian and Pasifika co-hosts who bring stories, perspectives, and music from the various APA cultures in our rich Seattle community. Guests include Crystal White, Dakota Camacho, Richard Fineza Saguin & Lonnie Lomuntad-Wells, JusMoni, and Tomo Nakayama.
On Friday, April 22nd, KEXP celebrated Six Degrees of Dolly Parton. From 7 AM to 7 PM PT, DJs linked each song to the one they played before, beginning with, weaving in and out of, and ending with the music of the Queen of Country herself, Dolly Parton. The DJs made connections through guest vocals, shared musicians, samples, and more, but songs are selected totally on the fly and without pre-planning. If you missed a minute, revisit the day of live human-powered radio below.
From The Arcade Fire to Zero 7, live performances have consistently been an important and unique aspect of KEXP's programming. While the KEXP Sessions section provides you access to hundreds of exclusive live performances, you can also subscribe to Live at KEXP, a weekly podcast that brings you a series of complete live in-studio sets. Check out some of our most recent sessions below:
KEXP’s Morning Show host, John Richards, presents the KEXP Running Powered Podcast, a series of Music That Matters podcasts. Enjoy these training podcasts, featuring high-energy local and international artists with songs about running and songs that will motivate runners. Download now and allow KEXP’s resident runner to amplify your inspiration and soundtrack your next run.