Keep your finger on the musical pulse. The Sounds of Now spotlights standout tracks that excite us here at KHOL. These songs are featured weekdays between 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Members of the new local supergroup discuss their admiration for the alt-rock band Ween and the value of collaborative community events.
The unique group discusses the meaning behind the name, their exciting live show and how their music ties into their philosophy on sustainable living.
KHOL Music Director Jack Catlin, aka KnewJack, picks five of his favorite tracks from the new music racks.
Artists from Idaho’s capital city discuss their tight knit community and diverse music scene.
Musicians from across the Cowboy State discuss the importance of community, collaboration and the exposure of playing at a large festival.
The founder of the FITM festival Jeremy Walker joined KHOL to discuss his love for heavy music, his holistic approach to event curation and the importance of artistic diversity.
The singer-songwriter discusses his deep passion for storytelling and the importance of contemporary Indigenous representation.
The Teton County musicians discuss their excitement about performing for a larger audience and the importance of showcasing what Wyoming has to offer.
The Brooklyn-based group discusses the meaning behind the name, upcoming tour dates with ODESZA and their excitement to perform in Jackson for the first time.