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Hear Marcus King Perform Acoustic Versions Of Tracks From 'El Dorado'
Hear Marcus King perform songs from his new solo album and share his first memories of playing guitar from The Lounge at World Cafe Live.
Patience Pays Off On Jeremy Ivey's Debut Album
After backing his wife Margo Price for years, Jeremy Ivey recorded his first solo album at the age of 41. The producer? Who else but Price.
Hiss Golden Messenger Is Looking For Truth On 'Terms Of Surrender'
M.C. Taylor's new album is so full of truth he originally wasn't sure if he should release it at all. Fortunately for us, he did.
Son Little Expands His Musical Palette On 'Aloha'
On his latest album, Son Little pushes his signature blend of R&B and soul further than ever.
The Lumineers' 'III' Tells A Deeply Personal Story
Already one of the biggest bands in the world, The Lumineers did something adventurous on the group's third album, 'III.'
The Growlers: Your Best-Kept Secret Favorite Band
The California band's music blends lo-fi surf-rock, garage rock, Americana and psychedelic into something so unique it needed to come up with its own genre.
The New Pornographers Craft Hooks With Heart
In the Morse Code of Brake Lights,
the Canadian band delivers big, bright songs with thoughtful lyrics.
Whitney Flips The Notion Of The Breakup Record On Its Head
The Chicago duo's latest album,
Forever Turned Around,
is all about commitment. Hear a live performance.
Michaela Anne's Voice Shines Like A Beacon, Bringing You Back Home
is a country album, but kind of like her life, it doesn't stay settled in just one place. There are cinematic strings, and nods to indie rock and honky-tonk.
'Peace's Eternal Truth Renews All,' Says The Building's Anthony LaMarca
The War On Drugs guitarist explains the meaning behind
, an acronym of his dog's name that he came up with while battling cancer.
Supergroup Puss N Boots Brings Cozy Tunes To The Holidays
How Clairo Turned A Viral Bedroom Video Into A Successful Music Career
Michael Kiwanuka On Embracing His Name And How 'Big Little Lies' Changed His Life
World Cafe's Best Songs Of 2019
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