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Adia Victoria's southern background heavily informs her music, which is often referred to as “gothic blues” and takes inspiration from Black blues artists li...

Last September, Hot Chip dropped by KEXP to play three songs from A Bath Full of Ecstasy as well as a throwback 2008 track. Join Troy Nelson to listen to the...

As the very first Francophone band signed to Sub Pop, Corridor prove that they’re worth their salt with their third studio album, Junior. In this episode, Tr...

With a long, community-driven career in music, Courtney Marie Andrews’ Grammy nomination for her latest album, Old Flowers, feels more than well earned. ...

“It is not enough to say that justice takes time but it’s coming soon. Justice that is not exercised when appropriate is not justice.” These words from Pierr...

Today’s episode is brought to you by the letter “B,” with the brooding brutalism and bashing bombardment of Bambara.   Subscribe Here:  &n...

The sooner you start, the greater chance you have of doing something for half your life. This is something Frances Quinlan understands, as she’s on the verge...

Ever take a bath in sound? Like a full-on gong-bathing sonic immersion? Well, that’s what the music of Kelly Lee Owens both sounds and feels like.   ...

Writing of reality, like all forms of truth-telling, is dangerous. That hasn’t stopped Brazilian musician Sessa from forging ahead and blending the imaginary...

Iranian American band Habibi use their simple, catchy songs that blend garage, psych, and surf with the Middle Eastern influences they grew up adoring to spr...

Seattle-based collective Polyrhythmics specializes in a flavorful blend of progressive funk, psychedelic rock, and modern afro-beat.   Subscribe ...

Seattle-born, Brooklyn-based Kassa Overall is redefining jazz for a new era, chopping and screwing live improvisations to make his own densely experimental a...

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