Essential viewing for anyone interested in the marbled history of punk culture, Queercore: How to Punk a Revolutionscreens this week at the Northwest Film Forum.
The critic and author will appear at the Capitol Hill bookstore to promote her new book Night Moves in a conversation with KEXP's Sharlese Metcalf.
KEXP invites you to celebrate pride with us on Saturday, June 23rd with GAYEXP in the Gathering Space; get more details and see more Pride events happening around Seattle.
From Japanese Breakfast and Julien Baker to David Byrne and Bon Iver, these are just some of the acts we're looking forward to at this year's Sasquatch! Music Festival.
Ament debuted songs from the new album, tracks that inspired him, and some of his favorite new music on The Afternoon Show with DJ Kevin Cole.
Dubbed Pearl Jam: Home and Away, the exhibit will open on August 11th to coincide with the band’s Seattle Home Shows at Safeco Field
This year’s PopCon returns again from April 26-29, centering on the theme “What Difference Does It Make? Music and Gender.”
Record stores across the city are not only carrying RSD releases, but also offering other deals, in-store performances, and even donuts. Start planning your record hunt with this breakdown of events happening around town for RSD 2018.
Throughout February, MoPop's annual under-21 competition Sound Off! brought together twelve of the region's most promising young artists. This Saturday, March 3, four finalists will battle it out at MoPop's Sky Church stage for a chance to be crowned the 2018 winner, and Audioasis on KEXP will be...
This Saturday marks the third annual Corridor, a single day festival featuring an array of experimental music, dance, and visual art.
The 2018 semi-finals conclude tonight, Friday, February 23rd, with our last round of competitors: Beyond the Woods, Claudine Magbag, EyezOthelo, and Misundvrstood. Here’s some info on what to expect.