KEXP FM: Sound & Vision: Preston Singletary, co-founder and bassist for Khu.éex' , talks about his glass art and looking at Indigenous music through a contemporary lens
Coastal Café Radio - A radio interview aired on KPTZ FM with Preston Singletary, the co-founder and bassist for Khu.éex’
Native America Calling - Listen to vocalist Sondra Segundo and bassist/co-founder of the band Preston Singletary talk about the new album Héen, storytelling and more
KTOO Public Media - "Seattle Band Khu.éex’ Celebrates Indigenous Culture Through Music"
The Seattle Times "...mixing Native American song and spoken word with atmospheric, visionary jazz improvisation in a way that recalls the ecstatic ’70s jazz-funk work of groups like Weather Report or Carlos Santana." - Paul De Barros
The Stranger "...The album’s an intense suite of songs that soars with a profound spirituality and exudes celebratory vibrations." - Dave Segal
Seattle Weekly "..."The Wilderness Within" truly earns its “experimental” label. Songs like “Angry Bear” layer more familiar groove-based funk sounds under traditional spoken-word Tlingit stories."- Kelton Sears
KUOW FM - "Folklife: Where You Can See a Tribal-Funk-Jazz Fusion Band" radio interview
KNKX FM - "Khu.eex: 'The Native Parliament Funkadelic" radio interview
The Stranger - "Inbox Jukebox Track of the Day: The Chill Anti-Big-Oil Screed "Shell No" by Seattle Native Funk Group Khu.eex' "
Juneau Empire - "What Do You Get When You Cross Alaska Native Culture with Parliament Funkadelic?"
What's Up! Magazine - "Khu.éex’: Fusing Tlingit Culture, Contemporary Funk, and Jazz Elements Among Amazing Musicians"