Throughout 2023, KEXP is celebrating 50 Years of Hip-Hop. Each week we'll celebrate a different year in hip-hop. This week, Dusty Henry brings in Stas THEE Boss to help take us back to 2002 with the track “Work It” by Missy Elliott. That s…
Sangwoo is a DJ, producer, crate digger and media artist based in Seattle who has been bringing unique vibes to the scene.
Music Director Don Yates shares brief insights on new and upcoming releases for KEXP's rotation, including this week's new releases from Fucked Up, Samia, Hammock, and more.
KEXP listeners have great taste in radio stations, obviously. They also have great taste in music! That’s why, each year, we take the time to build a listener-powered list of the best albums of the year. And now is that time! We asked our listeners to vote on their favorite albums of 2022. See what they picked as their best albums from a remarkable year!
For the past 20 years, we’ve partnered with BECU—a member-owned credit union—to strengthen our community of independent music listeners. That’s why we’re thrilled to team up once again on our latest collab: Live at KEXP Volume 10, featuring 19 tracks piled high and pressed on a double LP, celebrating 50 years of KEXP.
In celebration of our 50th Anniversary, KEXP counted down the Top Album of the last 50 years, as voted on by all of you! Our fall fundraising drive may be over, but you can still support listener-powered KEXP by making a donation today.
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Throwaway Style is a monthly column dedicated to examining all aspects of the Northwest music scene. Whether it’s a new artist making waves, headlines affecting local talent, or reflecting on some of the music that’s been a foundation in our region; this space celebrates everything happening in the Northwest region. Check out some past columns below, and stay tuned for new ones published on the first Thursday of every new month on KEXP.org
Martin Douglas speaks to festival principals Guy Keltner and Skyler Locatelli about the stress and reward of building a music festival from the ground up.