World Cafe

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The premier guide for new and significant artists in rock, blues, and folk - including NPR-syndicated 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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Songs from Wynton Marsalis, Radiohead's Thom Yorke and a pulpy score from Daniel Pemberton all help set a noir scene for the film's 1950s New York setting.
On her latest EP called Imposter, the singer-songwriter cherry-picked the five songs she loved most from what she had written since her last album in 2016.
The Charleston, SC band draws on the musical traditions of slave descendants from the region.
Her second solo album follows the 180 degree pivot in her personal life and marks a return to her beloved blues rock sound.
Iranian musician Emir Mohseni had procured a work visa and was preparing to start a U.S. tour when Trump announced a travel ban in early 2017.
The Unite the Right rally and subsequent counterprotests in the band's hometown of Charlottesville, Va. inspired the duo's latest release, Line of Light.
The lastest book from the co-founder and drummer of The Roots is a collection of recipes from his friends and inspired by his "food salon" dinner parties.
Together with three of his former banjo students, Joe Trooper creates music that combines the Latin American influences of his adopted home with the bluegrass he grew up on.
The veteran rockers talk about the benefits of the nontraditional way they've chosen to record and support their latest studio album, Thrashing Thru The Passion.
The electronic jazz duo used a creative approach to recreate the melody of some of the greatest rock songs of the late '70s and early '80s.
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