KEXP has grown into a global brand in music discovery, in large part thanks to the thousands of live performance sessions KEXP has captured over the past decade. Music fans have come to associate the performances with the distinctive twinkling backdrop of lights in the station’s old Dexter Avenue studio. Now, KEXP and Microsoft have given an exciting, interactive update to the new studio space at Seattle Center with a fresh lighting installation, powered by Kinect.
To unveil the new upgrade, KEXP and Microsoft invited Seattle local and KEXP regular Will Toledo aka Car Seat Headrest to be the first artist to experience the interactive space.
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