KEXP Presents the Music that Matters Podcast Marathon 1

KEXP morning show host John Richards presents full songs from some of the best Pacific Northwest independent artists. Tracks: 1. Blue Scholars – The Ave, 2. The Charming Snakes – Tracks That Lead, 3. The Emergency – The Dope Song, 4. The Valley – On Swallows Nest, 5. Razrez – Snake, 6. The Weapons – Numb,7. Mono in VCF – Ultra Love, 8. The Purrs – Loose Talk, 9. Tea for Julie – Division, 10. Spanish for 100 – Go Away, Come Home, 11. Tullycraft – Polaroids From Mars, 12. Math and Physics Club – Weekends Away, 13. Graham Travis – Lacey in Trouble, 14. Dear Darling – Things You Never Knew

KEXP morning show host John Richards presents full songs from some of the best national independent artists.

KEXP morning show host John Richards presents full songs from some of the best national independent artists.

The latest KEXP podcast features some of the best up and coming bands from Seattle and Portland and is hosted by Morning Show host and Local Music Show producer John Richards. Everything from pop from a couple of preteen sisters to instudio punk rock to space rock will be heard on this podcast.

KEXP Studio Engineer Scott Colburn spins a few of his favorite tracks.

KEXP DJ Kevin Cole hosts a podcast featuring some of his current favorite tunes. This is an exclusive mix of new music from some of the world’s best independent artists.

KEXP DJ Cheryl Waters hosts a podcast featuring some of her favorite tunes. 1. Dylan in the Movies – Better Days, 2. Tom Brosseau – Portrait of George Washington, 3. Calexico and Iron and Wine – Burn that Broken Bed, 4. The Teenage Prayers – Annihilation, 5. Hopewell – Afterglow, 6. Stars of Track and Field – Say Hello, 7. Rogue Wave – Publish My Love, 8. The Black Angels – Black Grease, 9. Luke Temple – So Long, So Long, 10. Central Services – Song 89, 11. The Rosebuds – Boxcar, 12. Harvey Danger – Picture Picture, 13. Sabrosa Purr – God Damn You

KEXP DJ John Richards hosts a podcast featuring nothing but Northwest music. Tracks: 1. Common Market – Connect Four (live at kexp), 2. The Cops – Controller, 3. Invisible Eyes – Tired Night, 4 Model Photographer Before You Drive Away, 5. Lillydale – Lighting Lanterns in the Shade, 6. Sera Cahoone – Couch Song, 7. Llama – Alright, 8. Terrene – Fixed Up, 9. Once for Kicks – Sure Enough, I’ve Forgotten the Future, 10. The Beautiful Mothers – Dauntless, 11. Edisyn – Circles Block the Sun, 12. The Epochs – Opposite Sides, 13. Swords – Family Photographs, 14. Bullet – Club Red City

Music That Matters Vol. 25 is hosted by Kevin Cole. Tracks: 1. The Little Ones – Cha Cha Cha, 2. The Long Winters – Fire Island, AK, 3. El Perro Del Mar – God Knows (You Gotta Give to Get), 4. Halou – Honeythief, 5. Junior Boys – In the Morning, 6. Bitter:Sweet – The Mating Game, 7. Wax Tailor – How I Feel, 8. The Mellors – Jesus Made Seattle Under Protest, 9. The Village Green – When The Creepers Creep In, 10. Archie Bronson Outfit – Cherry Lips, 11. What Made Milwaukee Famous – Idecide, 12. Say Hi To Your Mom – Blah Blah Blah, 13. The Mountain Goats – Woke Up New, 14. Bedroom Walls – Kathy In Her Bedroom, 15. Golden Bear – Amazing Edward.

Hosted by KEXP Engineer Scott Colburn, Music That Matters Vol. 26 features a mix of music from a variety of artists. Tracks: 1. Miracle Chosuke – Gonkulator, 2. David Russell And The Sideshow Symphonette – Letters, 3. Emblematic – Let It Out, 4. Transmissionary Six – Powder Burn, 5. Firebrat – Mojo, 6. Elba – A Pilot’s Art, 7. Arkade – Boarding Pass Only, 8. Christian And Miho’s Mallet Jazz – Ni To Roku, 9. Ota Prota – Clams Holding Hands, 10. Yam – Dub Fear, 11. Cerberus Shoal – Sole of Foot of Man.

John Richards co-hosts this podcast with KEXP listener and supporter Cristin Carr. Tracks: 1. Cold War Kids – We Used To Vacation, 2. Silversun Pickups – Well Thought Out Twinkles, 3. Young Sportsmen – Chavez, 4. Downpilot – Cataracts, 5. Irving – The Longest Day in the Afternoon, 6. The Foundry Field Recordings – Holding The Pilots / Holding The Facts, 7. Islands – Rough Gem, 8. Norfolk And Western – We Were All Saints, 9. Carrie Biell – Cross The Line, 10. The Cloud Room – Hey Now Now, 11. Tilly and the Wall – The Freest Man, 12. Aloha – Weekend

Hosted by DJ Shannon, Volume 29 features unreleased, rare, and new music from some great unknown bands. 1. The Hosts – Wake Up (self-released), 2. Brian Jacket Letdown – Pirates (from the album Hooves on GenePool Records), 3. Moxie Motive – Tourist (exclusive, self-released, 1st studio single recorded just for this podcast), 4. Touriste – Shannon’s Cannon (b-side to Battle On EP on Faith & Hope Records), 5. Vib Gyor – The Secret (new track released Dec. 4 on Red Alert), 6. The Measures – Circustown (self-released), 7. The Distance – When the Wheels Came Off the Bus (self-released from the Stand Alone EP), 8. Tahiti 80 – Changes (from the album Fosbury out Nov. 14 on Militia Group), 9. Palace Fires – Nothing Comes Close (debut single on BeSpoke Records), 10. The Klaxons – Atlantis to Interzone (from the Xan Valleys EP out now on Modular in the US), 11. Walter Meego – Through a Keyhole (from the Hollywood/Through a Keyhole single), 12. The Idyllists – Touch and Go (on Baby Hurricane)

John Richards hosts Music That Fucking Matters Vol. 30, the first in a series of podcasts featuring music that John would like to share with listeners, but cannot play due to FCC regulation against profanity on the airwaves. Tracks: 1. Slam Suzanne – I Like To Say Fuck, 2. Brazilian Girls – Sexy Asshole, 3. Darc Mind – I’m Ill, 4. Thom Yorke – Black Swan, 5. A.R.E. Weapons – Fuck You Pay Me, 6. Thee Emergency – Get It Up, 7. The Gits – Here’s To Your Fuck, 8. Partman Parthorse – Don’t Fuck With the Horse, 9. Moto – I Hate My Fucking Job, 10. The Trucks – Titties, 11. The Grates – Inside/Outside, 12. The Heavy Hearts – Spit When You Say My Name, 13. Viva Voce – We Do Not Fuck Around

KEXP Overnight DJs Chilly and Rachel bring you a delightful mix of soothing tunes to help you relax. Draw a bubble bath, make your favorite cup of organic green tea, put on a face mask and chill out to the blistering heat from bands including Big Business, Playing Enemy, Comets on Fire, Boris and many more. Tracks: 1. Big Business – O.G., 2. Murder City Devils – Idle Hands, 3. The Lights – Saint Patrick’s Day, 4. Kiss Her For the Kid – You Kill Me, 5. The Heavy Hearts – Spit When You Say My Name, 6. Coconut Coolouts – Party Jail, 7. Gas Huffer – Midnight at the Apollo 13, 8. American School of Warsaw – Surrounded by Sharks, 9. Comets on Fire – Holy Teeth, 10. Boris – Pink, 11. Playing Enemy – John Q Russia (live at KEXP), 12. Bloodhag – James Blish (live at KEXP), 13. Me Infecto – Hearts Inside Bodies Hide

Hosted by Kevin Cole, Music That Matters Vol. 32 features a mix of new music from The Hold Steady, + / -, Tommy Guerrero, Low Frequency in Stereo, Born Ruffians, Beirut, Whitey, Malajube, The Blakes, Stereo Total, Racetrack, Nomo, and Kristin Hersh. Tracks: 1. The Blakes – Two Times, 2. The Hold Steady – Hot Soft Light, 3. Low Frequency in Stereo – Big City Lights, 4. + / – – Steal the Blueprints, 5. Born Ruffians – This Sentence Will Ruin/Save Your Life, 6. Tommy Guerrero – Tomorrow’s Goodbye, 7. Beirut – After the Curtain (live at KEXP), 8. Whitey – Leave Them All Behind, 9. Stereo Total – I am Naked, 10. Malajube – Montréal -40°C,11. Racetrack – Don’t Sit on the Pickets, 12. Nomo – Nu Tones, 13. Kristin Hersh – Sugar Baby (live at KEXP)

Hosted by Kevin Cole, Music That Matters Vol. 32 features a mix of new music from The Hold Steady, + / -, Tommy Guerrero, Low Frequency in Stereo, Born Ruffians, Beirut, Whitey, Malajube, The Blakes, Stereo Total, Racetrack, Nomo, and Kristin Hersh. Tracks: 1. The Blakes – Two Times, 2. The Hold Steady – Hot Soft Light, 3. Low Frequency in Stereo – Big City Lights, 4. + / – – Steal the Blueprints, 5. Born Ruffians – This Sentence Will Ruin/Save Your Life, 6. Tommy Guerrero – Tomorrow’s Goodbye, 7. Beirut – After the Curtain (live at KEXP), 8. Whitey – Leave Them All Behind, 9. Stereo Total – I am Naked, 10. Malajube – Montréal -40°C, 11. Racetrack – Don’t Sit on the Pickets, 12. Nomo – Nu Tones, 13. Kristin Hersh – Sugar Baby (live at KEXP)

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