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06/04/2019 07:58 AM
DJ: John Richards
Into Happiness
by Phantogram
(45 plays) | (0 fans)

In a statement, Phantogram said “Into Happiness” “embodies the personal journey that both of us have taken since we released Three; it’s been a long path, coming out of the darkness and into the light.” They're playing The Capitol Hill Block Party on July 19th
06/04/2019 07:54 AM
DJ: John Richards
Ceremony
by New Order
(113 plays) | (0 fans)

Watch New Order Perform 'Ceremony' In Rare Footage From 1981: https://n.pr/2sSYq82
06/04/2019 07:46 AM
DJ: John Richards
Borderline
by Tame Impala
(55 plays) | (0 fans)

"It can be difficult to connect to Parker’s idea of pop music. “Borderline” is less looking at a lava lamp and more looking at an Instagram of a lava lamp." - Pitchfork Find their review of "Borderline" here: https://bit.ly/2JVfDbB
06/04/2019 07:41 AM
DJ: John Richards
Miki Dora
by Amen Dunes
(80 plays) | (0 fans)

Amen Dunes performed "Miki Dora" live in the KEXP studio on August 14, 2018. See it here: https://bit.ly/2QI6QKC
06/04/2019 07:37 AM
DJ: John Richards
Drifting
by Maverick Sabre
(6 plays) | (1 fan)

Sabre said: “I wrote 'Drifting' to numerous different visuals that I was inspired by from Kendrick Lamar's Kahlil Joseph documentary through to La Haine. That's why it's has this cinematic feel within the music before we even created the film. "I was brought up in Ireland and Irish cinema has always grabbed me, so we wanted to carry that on through and make sure it was captured as beautifully as possible. The aim is to tell as many different untold Irish stories within a grander film. 'Drifting' is scene one.”
06/04/2019 07:33 AM
DJ: John Richards
Turn To Hate
by Orville Peck
(42 plays) | (2 fans)

Orville Peck is playing The Thing Festival on Saturday, August 24th!
06/04/2019 07:28 AM
DJ: John Richards
Graceland
by Paul Simon
(29 plays) | (0 fans)

Simon says this song is an example of "how a collaboration works even when you're not aware of it occurring." He traveled to South Africa in February 1985 and recorded with a variety of local musicians. One of these sessions was with an accordion player named Forere Motloheloa, who played on the song "The Boy in the Bubble." These sessions produced a drum sound that Simon liked, which he described in the 2012 Graceland reissue: "The drums were kind of a traveling rhythm in country music - I'm a big Sun Records fan, and early-'50s, mid-'50s Sun Records you hear that beat a lot, like a fast, Johnny Cash type of rhythm."
06/04/2019 07:24 AM
DJ: John Richards
Tuesday Morning
by The Pogues
(30 plays) | (0 fans)

In case you were hopeful it was Wednesday already... it's not.
06/04/2019 07:20 AM
DJ: John Richards
This Is The Day
by The The
(291 plays) | (0 fans)

"The making of The The’s post-punk cult classic ‘This Is The Day’" Read this interview with The The's Matt Johnson: https://bit.ly/2wCWO4i
06/04/2019 07:13 AM
DJ: John Richards
Teen Violence
by LUH
(4 plays) | (0 fans)

Yesterday, LUH shared Teen Violence an-unreleased Stomper,originally from the LHWYB album sessions. From LUH: "It was left off the album for a few reasons, simply that an extra 4 minutes would bump us off one piece of wax and a double vinyl seemed a little excessive for this visceral work. But crucially we were not happy with how the song had been produced, the version we left the LA sessions with fell short of the envisioned impact. Taking it off the album provided an opportunity to take it back into the studio to re-work it into the juggernaut you can hear today. I recommend to listen to it LOUD, preferably on headphones whilst stomping thru dirt ridden streets."
06/04/2019 07:10 AM
DJ: John Richards
Hurry On Home
by Sleater-Kinney
(60 plays) | (0 fans)

Sleater-Kinney are playing The Paramount on November 23rd! There are dates all around the PNW find them all here: http://www.sleater-kinney.com/
06/04/2019 07:05 AM
DJ: John Richards
Sweet Sweet Midnight
by stef chura
(46 plays) | (1 fan)

""Sweet Sweet Midnight," which could be interpreted as the record's title track, is an epic indie-rock duet between Chura and Toledo, reflecting on the loss of Chura's friend. Between Chura and Toledo's cathartic, grief-ridden shouts, the track flaunts the leveled-up songwriting and aesthetics that are saturated throughout the record." Read the full album review here: https://n.pr/2JVPQ2L
06/04/2019 07:01 AM
DJ: John Richards
Influencer
by Film School
(1 play) | (0 fans)

Film School were live on KEXP on November 17th 2018! https://bit.ly/2VuGts5
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