Sound & Vision

Hosted by John Richards, Emily Fox

The Sound & Vision podcast from KEXP features interviews, panels, reporting and commentary that digs into the stories behind the music, with in-depth discussion of the most important issues facing music and arts communities. Sound & Vision is hosted by Emily Fox and John Richards.

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Sound & Vision Episodes

M. Ward discusses his new album 'Migration Stories.'

Since the coronavirus pandemic hit, musicians have cancelled their tours and venues have closed indefinitely. This episode explores how musicians and artists...

In this week's Sound & Vision, KEXP explore the stories of three musicians who work day jobs to supplement their work as artists.

In this week's Sound & Vision, KEXP talks to Bikini Kill, and to Yuuki Matthews about his side project with the late Richard Swift called Teardrops.

KEXP looks at the impact COVID-19 has had on the music industry through interviews with The Royal Room and The Crocodile, and two musicians in Italy. Local w...

In celebration of International Women’s Day, this episode is dedicated to some badass women making music.

The southeast region of the US is home to the highest percentage of LGBTQ people in the country. KEXP's Bee Egan spoke with three LGBTQ musicians from the so...

Sound & Vision’s series, “Northwest Classics,” dives into the stories behind iconic records from the Pacific Northwest. In today’s edition, KEXP DJ Marco Col...

On February 7th, KEXP celebrated “Clash for Climate” as part of International Clash Day, a holiday KEXP invented in 2013. The Clash stood for many important ...

Former Head and the Heart member Josiah Johnson talks about his new single, "World's Not Gonna End" and his struggle with addiction that led him to leave the...

Michael Kiwanuka talks about race and music, and how having his song selected as the intro music for HBO’s Big Little Lies pushed his career forward.

Nissim Black (formerly D. Black) talks about growing up in Seattle amidst crime and drugs.

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