Seattle has changed a lot in 10 years -- the cost of buying a house has doubled and rent has increased by nearly 70% in the region. Which has led some artists to reconsider if it's worth it to stay or move to a bigger city like Los Angeles. Sound & Vision host Emily Fox spoke with a few forme...
A Tribe Called Red talks about how the issue of Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls comes up in their music.
SassyBlack discusses how mental health and Afrofuturism feature on her latest album.
Sound and Vision host Emily Fox spoke with Natalie Hemby about the group’s start and gender parity in the country music industry.
Sound and Vision host Emily Fox spoke with Bon Iver members Sean Carey and Jenn Wasner about the themes and sonic inspirations for their latest album.
The musician and producer from Argentina, Luis Maurette, brought to the city of Seattle his first album released as the solo project that began when he completed his part of the duo Lulacruza.
Noah Gundersen’s music is often personal – even confessional. In Gundersen’s latest album, Lover (Cooking Vinyl), he again turns his focus inward, but with more self-awareness. Sound & Vision host Emily Fox spoke with Gundersen about his new album and how aging has affected his music.
Chris Ballew made a name for himself fronting the Seattle-based band, The Presidents of the United States of America. For the last 10 years however, Ballew has been a prolific children's musician – releasing 16 albums for kids under the pseudonym Caspar Babypants. Sound and Vision host John Richa...