The final day of our formal radio broadcast concluded with a lineup of acts that worked as the best caffeine alternative we could’ve asked for, along with some introspective Icelandic music to keep our minds buzzing.
Day three was all about the beauty of contrast, ranging from atmospheric compositions to face melting riffs.
Our second day at Kex Hostel represented the diverse array of music and nations represented at the festival – from American feminist hip-hop and Finnish post-punk to teenage Icelandic punk and a fiery slowcore act with members from all around the world.
Once again, KEXP returns to the land of fire and ice. Read about the underground music and the actual underground we've experienced in Reykjavik thus far.
For the first time in a decade, Martin Douglas journeys into the mouth of the beast that is Capitol Hill Block Party.
Lizzo, Mitski, Phantogram, and more!
Martin Douglas handpicks a few acts you should definitely see at this weekend's midsummer music extravaganza.
A Dog Called Money documents the political subjects and recording process of PJ Harvey's 2016 album The Hope Six Demolition Project.