KEXP Punk Month



KEXP has declared the month of April to be PUNK MONTH, a time to show our appreciation of the genre, all leading up to Sonic Reducer's 15th Anniversary Party on Saturday, May 4th.  (As in, "may the fourth be with you...")

Throughout the month of April, the hosts of Sonic Reducer have been stopping by their fellow specialty and variety shows for fun punk rock history and collaboration. Check out the schedule below:

Jenn will be on the following shows:
4/19 - Atticus
4/20 - Morgan
4/25 - Sean Morrow
4/29 - El Sonido

West will be on the following shows:
4/25: Swingin’ Doors
4/27: Positive Vibrations


Sonic Reducer 15th Anniversary Live Show

Saturday, May 4th

Sonic Reducer is celebrating 15 years on the air this year! Join the Punk Rock team on Saturday, May 4th for a live broadcast of Sonic Reducer hosted by DJs Jenn Govola, West Keller, and Brian Foss and featuring live performances in the Gathering Space by Mudhoney, Control Test, and Dark Smith.

Light in the Attic Record Shop will be open for the duration of the event with some top Punk Rock picks and DJs will be spinning out in the Gathering Space.

Tickets Available Now

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