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Live on KEXP brings you the very best of KEXP’s world-renowned live in-studio and remote performances. Each week, we’ll bring you a new live session, from emerging artists to well-established acts, spanning styles, genres and cultures. Full video of all Live on KEXP performances available at youtube.com/kexp.
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Straight from the knowledgeable KEXP DJs to your ears, now you can listen to a wonderfully eclectic mix of full length songs. KEXP brings you the music that matters from some of its favorite artists from the Pacific Northwest and around the world. See what KEXP's all about at KEXP.ORG. 286548
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On the show this time, electronics fight guitars in the post-prog noise-rock of SISTEMAS INESTABLES. SISTEMAS INESTABLES is an instrumental trio from Santiago de Chile. They are finishing a trilogy of EP’s which will comprise their full-length-release at the end of 2024. The first EP, 'oppidum,' which means “town” is about cities - powerful and agg…
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On the show this time, electronics fight guitars in the post-prog noise-rock of SISTEMAS INESTABLES. SISTEMAS INESTABLES is an instrumental trio from Santiago de Chile. They are finishing a trilogy of EP’s which will comprise their full-length-release at the end of 2024. The first EP, 'oppidum,' which means “town” is about cities - powerful and agg…
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On the show this time, it's the low-end chaotic pattern-math of Taiwan’s Elephant Gym. Elephant Gym is siblings KT and Tell Chang on bass and guitar, and drummer Chia-Chin Tu. They met in high school, forming the band in 2012. They say the “elephant” refers to their emphasized agile bass guitar, and the “gym” refers to the physical and mental worko…
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On the show this time, it's the low-end chaotic pattern-math of Taiwan’s Elephant Gym. Elephant Gym is siblings KT and Tell Chang on bass and guitar, and drummer Chia-Chin Tu. They met in high school, forming the band in 2012. They say the “elephant” refers to their emphasized agile bass guitar, and the “gym” refers to the physical and mental worko…
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On the show this time, it's a very special throwback episode, featuring a live performance from Oakland’s own, R&B singer - Raphael Saadiq. Raphael Saadiq is a multi-instrumentalist, particularly deadly on bass - his first big gig was playing bass for Sheila E, who was opening for … Prince. He formed the multi-platinum group Tony Toni Toné with his…
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On the show this time, it's a very special throwback episode, featuring a live performance from Oakland’s own, R&B singer - Raphael Saadiq. Raphael Saadiq is a multi-instrumentalist, particularly deadly on bass - his first big gig was playing bass for Sheila E, who was opening for … Prince. He formed the multi-platinum group Tony Toni Toné with his…
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On the show this time, it’s a set of music from Bay area producer DJ Shadow. DJ Shadow grew up in Northern California in the 70’s and 80s, in the original Star Wars era, spending all his lunch money on comics and sci-fi movies and music. He fell in love with hip-hop, and began to make it however he could. He didn’t know any MCs - so he gravitated t…
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On the show this time, it’s a set of music from Bay area producer DJ Shadow. DJ Shadow grew up in Northern California in the 70’s and 80s, in the original Star Wars era, spending all his lunch money on comics and sci-fi movies and music. He fell in love with hip-hop, and began to make it however he could. He didn’t know any MCs - so he gravitated t…
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On the show this time, it’s the mesmerizing instrumental magic of Circles Around The Sun. Circles Around The Sun is made up of guitarist John Lee Shannon, bassist Dan Horne, keyboardist Adam MacDougall, and drummer Mark Levy. The band originally formed around guitarist Neil Casal, for the purposes of performing original music written for the interm…
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On the show this time, it’s the mesmerizing instrumental magic of Circles Around The Sun. Circles Around The Sun is made up of guitarist John Lee Shannon, bassist Dan Horne, keyboardist Adam MacDougall, and drummer Mark Levy. The band originally formed around guitarist Neil Casal, for the purposes of performing original music written for the interm…
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On the show this time, it's the cinematic indie-pop of songwriter Caroline Rose. Caroline Rose is an uncompromising, ever morphing, creative force. They’ve been putting out music since 2012. Originally it was a folky Americana sound, with acoustic guitar, pedal steel and mandolins - though Caroline’s lyrics were already potent with insight, entangl…
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On the show this time, it's the cinematic indie-pop of songwriter Caroline Rose. Caroline Rose is an uncompromising, ever morphing, creative force. They’ve been putting out music since 2012. Originally it was a folky Americana sound, with acoustic guitar, pedal steel and mandolins - though Caroline’s lyrics were already potent with insight, entangl…
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On the show this time, it's a very special throwback episode, featuring a live performance from the Detroit legend - Rodriguez. Detroit, Motor City. It churned out all those classic cars, but it is also one of the great American music cities. Motown obviously, which is enough all on its own. Punk from Suzi Quattro, The Suicide Machines, The Romanti…
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On the show this time, it's a very special throwback episode, featuring a live performance from the Detroit legend - Rodriguez. Detroit, Motor City. It churned out all those classic cars, but it is also one of the great American music cities. Motown obviously, which is enough all on its own. Punk from Suzi Quattro, The Suicide Machines, The Romanti…
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On the show this time, it’s a stripped down performance from post-garage rockers The Kills. The Kills met back in the late 90’s when singer Alison Mosshart was staying in London during a tour with a previous band, and met her upstairs neighbor Jamie Hince. She loved his guitar playing and insisted that they be in a band together. That didn’t happen…
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On the show this time, it’s a stripped down performance from post-garage rockers The Kills. The Kills met back in the late 90’s when singer Alison Mosshart was staying in London during a tour with a previous band, and met her upstairs neighbor Jamie Hince. She loved his guitar playing and insisted that they be in a band together. That didn’t happen…
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On the show this time, it’s the experimental electronic pop of producer and singer-songwriter Glasser. Glasser is the project name for California based singer, composer and producer Cameron Mesirow. She released 'Apply' - her first EP under that name back in 2009. She’s been working at her own pace ever since, and developing her sound, an original …
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