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    • Breaking new ground together

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Rally with your favorite artists to help build KEXP’s New Home.

KEXP’s All In Music Match is a super-charged, month-long push to bring our community together around KEXP’s new home at Seattle Center.

Now through August 5, go ALL IN with your favorite artists to help build our new home, a place that will offer more access to even more music— for the most music lovers all around the world.

Every dollar you donate to KEXP’s new home between today and August 5 will be matched, thanks to a special pool created by artists like Pearl Jam, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, and Dave Matthews.

When it’s complete, KEXP’s New Home will give you extraordinary access to your favorite artists and music. For you, this all adds up to even more music and discovery. And we can’t do it without you. So please go ALL in by making a gift to help us build a one-of-a-kind place—one that will continue to break new ground in music for years to come.

Check out what some of your favorite artists are saying about KEXP and our New Home.

Music Match Goal

When I started out I had no label, no budget, and no idea what to do with my first album. I mailed a demo to KEXP and John played one of my songs on the Morning Show. KEXP has been a huge supporter of my music—and countless other local musicians who might never be heard otherwise.

I’m Sera Cahoone, and I’m all in to help build KEXP’s New Home at Seattle Center.

Sera Cahoone

Photo by Amber Zbitnoff

There are so many publications that we all scour everyday to find that new “golden tone.” KEXP delivers that on a daily basis without the digging. They deliver new and exciting music to people worldwide. That is a beautiful thing.

We’re the Comettes, and we’re all in to help build KEXP’s New Home at Seattle Center.

The Comettes

Photo by Amber Zbitnoff

The amenities KEXP’s New Home offers touring artists, like showers, secure storage, and laundry, will make a big difference in how bands feel—and sound—when they perform in Seattle.

I’m Sam from Hey Marseilles, and I’m all in to help build KEXP’s New Home at Seattle Center.

Hey Marseilles

Photo by Christopher Nelson

By having KEXP at Seattle Center, we're emphasizing that we’re a city that embraces music and music makers.

I’m Erik Blood, and I’m all in to help build KEXP’s New Home at Seattle Center.

Erik Blood

Photo by Dave Lichterman

Having room to host educational events and community outreach programs will be great for people of all ages and it will teach the power of volunteerism and music for generations to come.

I’m Alexandra from Cumulus, and I’m all in to help build KEXP’s New Home at Seattle Center.

Cumulus

Photo by Alex Crick

Thanks to KEXP, we get to swing by and visit Sharlese on a Saturday night, and play live ON THE RADIO! It makes our rock scene feel as cozy and supportive as Mr Rogers' Neighborhood.

We’re Stickers, and we’re all in to help build KEXP’s New Home at Seattle Center.

Stickers

Photo by Dave Lichterman

The best new benefit of KEXP’s New Home will be the ability to have performances and in-studio recordings open to the public. This way, people can be part of music history.

I’m Tendai Maraire from Chimurenga Renaissance, and I’m all in to help build KEXP’s New Home at Seattle Center.

Chimurenga Renaissance

Photo by Dave Lichterman

KEXP has been a huge supporter of Kithkin. Not only do they play our music over the Internet, but they’ve helped us travel to other parts of planet Earth. With KEXP's support we were able to travel to Reykjavik, Iceland. KEXP is one the main reasons that our emerald metropolis has continued to influence the rest of the world.

We’re Kithkin, and we’re all in to help build KEXP’s New Home at Seattle Center.

Kithkin

Photo by Dave Lichterman