On this International Clash Day, KEXP shines a very over-due spotlight on just a few of the female-fronted groups of the London punk scene, who were truly making a revolution at the time.
Check out five sets curated by radio stations in Latin America and Spain that aired during the 10th anniversary of International Clash Day.
In celebration of International Clash Day, KEXP presents the first ever Clash video game, Lost in the Supermarket.
Over the past eight years of celebrating International Clash Day, KEXP has spotlighted a wealth of artists who were influenced by The Clash. But what bands mattered to the “only band that matters”?
Joe Strummer se consideraba un "experto en cumbia" y eligió la obra del colombiano Andres Landero como inspiración. Hablamos con el periodista y artista Mario Galeano y nos contó por qué el caribe colombiano y Londres guardan una conexión profunda musical e histórica.
What connected the musical and ideological work of The Clash with the music of a young man born in the Caribbean province of San Jacinto, Colombia, determined to become a benchmark for the Sabanero accordion? What sonorous path connects the independence of Jamaica, the skinheads of London, the Colo…
For this year’s International Clash Day: Clash For Climate, we knew we had to talk to Midnight Oil's Peter Garrett, who, besides being the frontman for one of the most politically active bands ever, was also a public servant in the Australia government for over 10 years.
KEXP talks with musicians, record labels, and DIY artists about ways they approach their work with sustainability in mind.
In 2018, KEXP celebrated the 30th anniversary of local record label Sub Pop with a four-month retrospective, "counting up" every catalog number in their vast discography of over 1,200 releases. Dig into the archives of our catalog coverage, featuring in-depth coverage on the history of their releases.