Live On KEXP Episodes

Dehd stopped by KEXP shortly after to play a few tracks off their fourth album Blue Skies.   Subscribe Here:      

Mia Berrin makes powerfully cathartic indie rock that’s just as biting as it is heartwrenching as Pom Pom Squad.   Subscribe Here:   &n…

Aeon Station stopped by KEXP in April to play a few songs off their distortion-fueled debut, Observatory.   Subscribe Here:    &nb…

Wednesday stopped by KEXP to play songs off their latest record Mowing the Leaves Instead of Piling ‘em Up,   Subscribe Here:    …

Seattle’s Da Qween is probably best described by KEXP’s own Martin Douglas as “simply is what they are. A very good rapper, a queer-identifying person, too tal…

LIVt chats with Gabriel Teodros about being a girl unbothered as well as the escapism she found through music during the tough moments of the pandemic. &nbs…

For their fourth KEXP performance and second actually playing amongst the flickering lights of our revered studio, Altin Gün had a lot of new material to work …

Ukrainian quartet DakhaBrakha returned for a powerful and timely performance highlighting the strength and beauty of Ukrainian culture.   Subscribe …

For this week’s Live on KEXP, Troy Nelson delves into the music of Florida rapper Denzel Curry.   Subscribe Here:      

Indigo De Souza made waves with her 2021 sophomore release Any Shape You Take for her intensely emotional, dexterous vocals and brooding instrumentation. &n…

North Carolina’s Superchunk recently stopped by KEXP to play songs off their twelfth studio album, Wild Loneliness, released in early 2022.   Subscr…

The New Orleans-based band describes their latest album, 2022’s Life on Earth, as “nature punk” and give Cheryl Waters an explanation of what exactly that mean…