In the early 1970s this troupe of gay, glam singers and performers made their home base in the basement of the Smith Tower downtown.
KEXP looks into the protests against the Drag Queen Story Time events at the Seattle Public Library.
KEXP talks to Patrick Haggerty, frontman for Lavender Country, the nation’s first openly gay country band.
KEXP talks to the co-host of Vox’s podcast “Switched on Pop” and musicology professor at Southern California University.
KEXP DJ Darek Mazzone shares three songs in honor of World Refugee Day.
The Norweigan artist takes KEXP on a deeper dive of her songs.
He's widely known for his work with Jawbox, but his most important role is as a dad to Callum Robbins.
KEXP’s Emily Fox talked with author Jim DeRogatis about R. Kelly's abuse and how the music industry failed to hold him accountable.
KEXP's Owen Murphy chats with Doe about roster of contributors, what made L.A. more fun than other scenes, and the legacy that lives on even though many of these bands have since broken up.
Meet this year's NPR Tiny Desk Contest winner, Quinn Christopherson.
Amanda Knox speaks to KEXP about her experiences behind bars and the songs that helped her cope.
Sound & Vision airs on KEXP every Saturday from 7-9 AM PST, utilizing interviews, artistry, commentary, insight and conversation to that tell broader stories through music, and illustrate why music and art matter