From The Arcade Fire to Zero 7, live performances have consistently been an important and unique aspect of KEXP's programming. While the KEXP Live Performances section provides you access to hundreds of exclusive live performances, now you can subscribe to a weekly podcast that brings you a series of complete live in-studio sessions.
Psychedelic rock outfit Wand pares down their sound in their fifth studio album, Laughing Matter, opening up space for their hypnotic essence to truly take h...
Indie rock icon Jenny Lewis shines brighter than ever on her latest record, On The Line.
Cameroon-born Lætitia Tamko burst into the indie rock scene as Vagabon in 2017 with her debut album Infinite Worlds, showcasing unique guitar-driven melodies...
The band joins DJ John Richards in the KEXP Live Room to perform songs from their new record, The Dip Delivers.
On Shepherd in a Sheepskin Vest, Bill Callahan proves as powerful as ever.
In their fourth record, This Mess Is a Place, Seattle pop-punk outfit and KEXP regulars Tacocat blend political critique with their signature sense of humor ...
While writing her fifth studio album, Reward, Welsh singer Cate Le Bon retreated to a rural English town and studied the art of chairmaking.
Seattle’s local favorites The Black Tones invigorate audiences with their original blend of blues and punk.
Soulful superstars Durand Jones & The Indications join Kevin Cole in the KEXP Live Room to perform 4 songs from their sophomore LP, American Love Call.
With songwriter Meg Duffy at the helm, Hand Habits' sophomore album Placeholder explores ambiguity and the undefinable on a bed of lush folk instrumentation.
The Budos Band's fifth album V is another solid collection of classic R&B; from the Daptone Records retro heroes.
Kevin Morby's fifth album Oh My God finds the Kansas City songwriter examining mortality and the afterlife.