1. Watch Spoon's full set on KEXP in Seattle. 

    Set List

    • Knock Knock Knock
    • Rent I Pay
    • Who Makes Your Money
    • Rhthm & Soul
    • The Ghost of You Lingers
    • Rainy Taxi
    • Small Stakes
    • Metal Detektor
    • Got Nuffin

  2. Watch Angel Olsen perform the intense and incendiary “Sweet Dreams” at KEXP

  3. Watch Band of Horses play “No One’s Gonna Love You” huddled around a single microphone at KEXP.

  4. Jon  Hopkins recently visited Seattle to play the Decibel electronic music festival. That meant making a stop by KEXP's studios to perform “Open Eye Signal” from last year's Immunity.

  5. Seattle singer-songwriter Mary Lambert was recently nominated for a Grammy for her contribution to Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' hit “Same Love.” Here, Lambert visits KEXP, where she performs an extension of that song’s chorus titled “She Keeps Me Warm.”

  6. Watch No Age perform the anthemic “I Won’t Be Your Generator” live at the KEXP studios in Seattle.

  7. Julia Holter has been melding the worlds of pop, classical and the avant-garde over the course of three critically acclaimed albums. Watch Holter and her live band perform “City Appearing” live in KEXP's Seattle studios.

  8. The British singer-songwriter Lucy Rose just released her debut album, Like I Used To, in the U.S. Watch her perform the catchy, poignant single “Shiver” live in KEXP's studios in Seattle.

  9. The Japanese indie-pop star Shugo Takumaru brings a backing band of toy instruments to KEXP for a studio session unlike any other. Watch Tokumaru and friends as they perform the ecstatic “Rum Hee.”