First Aid Kit (Swedish sister duo Klara and Johanna Soderberg) grace the KEXP studio with a stunning set of folk-pop, featuring songs from their second full-length, "The Lion’s Roar." Recorded 4/11/2012 - 4 songs: Blue, Emmylou, The Lion’s Roar, Wolf
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The sublime beauty of Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter blooms as if from a dark depth during this live performance of songs from "Marble Son." Recorded on 8/1/2011 - 4 songs: Hushed By Devotion, Come To Mary, Your Own Kind, Wooden Roses
Caribou (producer/multi-instrumentalist Dan Snaith) in full band guise layers the KEXP airwaves with deep electronic rhythms, trippy textures and Snaith’s soft vocals, all riding on some solidly danceable beats. Recorded Live at KEXP on 2010-05-27
- Leave House,
Check out a fab live set of orchestral indie-pop from London’s Fanfarlo recorded exclusively for KEXP at The Cutting Room studios in NYC. Features tracks from their debut LP ‘Reservoir’. Recorded on 9/24/09 - 4 songs:
- Finish Line,
- I’m A Pilot,
- The Walls Are Coming Down
Brighton, UK based singer/songwriter/keyboardist Natasha Kahn (aka Bat For Lashes) graces the KEXP studio with a beautifully spacious stripped-down set featuring songs from her sophomore release "Two Suns". Recorded on 2009-06-10. 4 Songs:
- Moon and Moon,
This London-based duo lay out some sparse, menacing blues-punk with great male/female vocals and skuzzy guitar and drums sounds. The Kills plug in, turn it up, and deliver a powerhouse set live on KEXP. Recorded on 5/14/09
- U.R.A. Fever,
- Kissy Kissy,
- Black Balloon,
- Fried My Little Brains.
From KEXP’s Song Of The Day.
Pop the wine bottle cork and enjoy another great live radio performance from KEXP favorites DeVotchKa. Includes the Frank Sinatra track “Somethin’ Stupid.” Salud! Recorded on 12/29/08 - 4 songs: Basso Profundo, Somethin’ Stupid, How It Ends, Enemy Guns
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds perform four songs from their latest album during an exclusive session for KEXP. 4 songs: Moonland, "Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!", Jesus Of The Moon, Midnight Man.
Live on Seattle’s best radio station, Midlake deliver an intimate set.