World Cafe

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World Cafe Archives

Join the World Cafe through performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists.
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On A Southern Gothic, her third full-length album, Adia Victoria emerges as a songwriter capable of nuance and atmosphere.
Beginning September 17th, Watch Dawes, Los Lobos, Ani DiFranco, Strand of Oaks and more perform live on the Camden Waterfront in Camden, N.J.
Cartlidge's debut album, Hope Above Adversity, was released in July of this year. It's filled with uplifting anthems that sonically jump from pop, to funk, to hip hop.
On his latest album, 662, the 22-year-old guitar virtuoso expands his sound to incorporate more rock, soul and gospel into his repertoire.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Metallica's beloved self-titled album, they're releasing The Metallica Blacklist: a compilation featuring more than 50 different artists covering songs from the record.
Ron Gallo's Peacemeal is a warm and playful low-fi pop record, unafraid to be skeptical and insightful.
In this episode of World Cafe, Barbra Streisand discusses Release Me 2 — a compilation of unreleased and reworked songs — and the funny, surprising stories that surround it.
In this episode of World Cafe, St. Vincent dives into the personal story and cultural influences behind Daddy's Home.
In this episode of World Cafe, Tom Scharpling talks about his memoir, It Never Ends, and the way music — including how his desire to be part of something: a band, a joke, anything — has shaped his life.
This August, NPR member stations bring you a mix of the most popular songs on their airwaves, featuring music from Arlo Parks, Japanese Breakfast, Lucy Dacus and more.
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