Tag Archives: KEXP
Posted: November 18, 2013
When U.K. indie folk-rock band Daughter was promoting their debut full-length album If You Leave in the States earlier this year, they stopped by Seattle’s KEXP studios to play a few new tracks.
Two of those were the dreamily haunting ”Smother” and “Human,” both of which feature frontwoman Elena Tonra’s ethereal vocal talents.
Posted: April 3, 2013
The band shared the bill with Father John Misty, and all of the proceeds from ticket sales were donated to a local non-profit.
Posted: October 4, 2012
During Seattle’s Bumbershoot festival this summer, local upstarts the Young Evils were featured in KEXP’s music lounge.
The band’s Foreign Spells EP was released this past June as a follow-up to 2010′s Enchanted Chapel, and the Young Evils performed tracks off both efforts in addition to a new track titled “Crime Scene A-Go Go.”
Watch the full show in the video below and visit the Young Evils’ official website for more information.
Posted: September 17, 2012
Hanni El Khatib stopped by Seattle’s KEXP studios earlier this summer to perform a few songs from his debut full-length album, 2011′s Will the Guns Come Out.
Watch the Los Angeles-based artist perform “Dead Wrong” in the clip below.
Posted: September 6, 2012
Two Gallants recently stopped by the Seattle studios of KEXP to perform several tracks off their summer 2012 release, The Bloom and the Blight.
The San Francisco-based duo played “Winter’s Youth,” “My Love Won’t Wait,” “Ride Away and “Halcyon Days.”
Watch the full set below.