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08/25/2017 05:58 PM
DJ: Stevie Zoom

For a highly-entertaining 16 minutes, check out this incredible in-studio session with Boss Hog (Jon Spencer's project with wife Cristina Martinez) here at KEXP, where surprises abound: www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-6KX02vy0c
08/25/2017 05:55 PM
DJ: Stevie Zoom

08/25/2017 05:50 PM
DJ: Stevie Zoom
Powder Keg
by The Fall
(18 plays) | (0 fans)

Former singer and guitarist Brix Smith on her ex-husband, fellow Fall member Mark E. Smith: “People said he had a chip on both shoulders about being northern. I remember him talking about fucking southern bastards a lot and not wanting to come to London. He hated London intensely. He’s quite contrarian as a person and as a writer, which is what gives him his edge. My theory is that some people who are super-creative and channelling all the time need some mechanism to shut down what is happening in their head. Or they think they need the drugs or the drink to lower their resistance. It’s complicated. He’s complicated.” http://bit.ly/2wG6Jb9
08/25/2017 05:46 PM
DJ: Stevie Zoom
Sparklingly Chime
by Th' Faith Healers
(10 plays) | (0 fans)

08/25/2017 05:39 PM
DJ: Stevie Zoom
Everytime I See The Light
by Peaking Lights
(21 plays) | (0 fans)

08/25/2017 05:34 PM
DJ: Stevie Zoom
by DJ Dolores
(35 plays) | (0 fans)

"In the begining I used loops from a k7. My first 'sampler' was two ghettoblasters with k7 loops! After, when I bought a PC 286, I realized that the thing was my guitar, my drum, my instrument. So yes- technology changed my life. Because I had the ideas but not the tools. The thing is that now, laptops and the web are creating a new concept of folk. A kind of global folk. Because people are producing and sampling, creating like groups without leaders- most of the time you don’t know who is sample who. And styles like moombahton or tecnobrega (in Belem) are good examples of the collective, anarchist way to create." http://bit.ly/2w5ViIj
08/25/2017 05:28 PM
DJ: Stevie Zoom
See Sawing
by Breakestra
(31 plays) | (0 fans)

08/25/2017 05:25 PM
DJ: Stevie Zoom
Quazarz on 23rd
by Shabazz Palaces
(6 plays) | (0 fans)

When asked to expand on his thoughts about social media, and the idea of living off the grid, Ishmael Butler replied, "I don't like to think about things that aren't really that possible. But I just feel like it's excessive, hella gratuitous and somewhat pornographic the way in which a lot of people do it. Children. Older people. Seems hella invasive. Hella cold. Unfeeling. So you're dealing with your emotions, sort of pouring it into this thing that only processes data. What is that relationship like? What's it about? Why is it cute when a two-year-old knows how to get to that app? And why, when a kid is doing something cool, somebody grabs a phone and physically places it in between these two human beings? This elicits some ... corroboration about life? But I'm not on some Grizzly Adams shit. I just wish more people found it weirder." http://rol.st/2szj6kE
08/25/2017 05:12 PM
DJ: Stevie Zoom
He Gets Me High
by Dum Dum Girls
(40 plays) | (0 fans)

As talented as they are delicious to behold, Dum Dum Girls came to KEXP and played an incredibly tight--both literally and figuratively--set. Follow the link and see/watch for yourself: http://blog.kexp.org/2014/04/22/live-video-dum-dum-girls-2
08/25/2017 05:09 PM
DJ: Stevie Zoom
Any Kind Of Crowd
by Filthy Friends
(14 plays) | (0 fans)

A new supergroup consisting of Sleater-Kinney's Corin Tucker, Kurt Bloch from Fastbacks, Peter Buck from REM, Scott McCaughey from Young Fresh Fellows, and Bill Rieflin from King Crimson
08/25/2017 05:06 PM
DJ: Stevie Zoom
Bridge to Hawaii
by TacocaT
(173 plays) | (2 fans)