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Mount Eerie & Julie Doiron Share New Single "Belief Pt. 2"

The song will appear on their second collaborative album Lost Wisdom pt. 2, out November 8th via P.W. Elverum & Sun.


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KEXP Premiere

Eyedress Addresses Betrayal With Fiery Tenacity and Post-Punk Riffs on “I Don’t Wanna Be Your Friend” (KEXP Premiere)

Idris Vicuña gears up for new music with the release of the single “I Don’t Wanna Be Your Friend.”


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Your Heart Breaks Teams Up With Dance Duo Dandy on Video for "The Party's Over" (KEXP Premiere)

The stunning track is about the pier at Christopher Street and the death of the gay disco in New York City.


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Announcing the 2020 Timbrrr! Winter Music Festival Line-Up

The annual festival takes over Leavenworth, WA on January 25th and 26th, 2020.


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Perfume Genius Shares New Single “Pop Song”

The song comes from his score for The Sun Still Burns Here, his collaboration with choreographer Kate Wallich and her company YC.


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The National’s Matt Berninger Announces Debut Solo Album Serpentine Prison

The album was produced and arranged by Booker T. Jones of the legendary group Booker T. & the M.G.’s.


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Beck Shares Two Tracks From New Album Hyperspace

The songs “Hyperlife” and “Uneventful Days" will open the artist's 14th album.


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Matt Berninger Shares Video for "Walking On A String" Featuring Phoebe Bridgers

The song was written for the Netflix film Between Two Ferns: The Movie.


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KEXP Presents

KEXP Presents: Reykjavik Calling 10/19

Join KEXP on Saturday, October 19th for this annual spotlight of Icelandic music with synth-punk trio Kælan Mikla and Reykjavik rockers Sólstafir.


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Trailer Released for David Bazan Documentary Strange Negotiations

Strange Negotiations has its theatrical debut in Seattle on 11/15 at the Northwest Film Forum.


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