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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24/7 Musical discovery. A unique mix of emerging and heritage blues, rock, world, folk, and alt-country artists.

World Cafe Archives

Join the World Cafe through performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists.

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The Gorgeous Sweet Soul Of The Skate-Punk Duo The Jack Moves
The Vulgar Boatman- A 25 Year-Old Album So Good It’s Our World Cafe: Next
Blues Jazz R&B and The Wonderful Voice of McClain Sullivan
World Cafe: Next – Ben Caplan Is So Much More Than “Canada’s Tom Waits”
World Cafe: Next - You Will Be Mightily Impressed By Darlingside’s Harmonies
Chicago’s Edward David Anderson Finds A Musical Home In LA – Lower Alabama
The Wide Open Space Of Montana Based Singer Martha Scanlan
Strong New Voice From Oregon - Liz Vice
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The “Fuzz Folk” Of Toronto’s The Wooden Sky
World Cafe: Next - Kevin Gordon: Poetry and Swampy Louisiana Rock
24-Year-Old North London Composer Oscar Makes “Gangsta Melancholy”
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From Stockholm The Haunting Indie Rock Of Small Feet
Boxed In – Club Music That Serves The Mind and Body
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World Cafe: Next - The Weather Station’s Gorgeous Third Album Loyalty
The Extraordinary Songwriting of John Moreland
World Cafe: Next With San Francisco’s Psych-soul Band The Monophonics
World Cafe: Next – Frances Quinlan’s Intense Vision And Voice Leads Philadelphia’s Hop Along
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Humming House Use Their Roots To Make Something New
Trad Actual Malian Sound” From BKO Quintet on Bamako Today
Bright Light Social Hour-Deep Thinkers Exciting Performers
Why Two Universes Is The Perfect Title For Our World Cafe: Next Artists Feufollet.
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No Purist- For Nora Jane Struthers It’s What Serves The Songs
World Cafe: Next –LA Buzzband artist Dorothy is a “Vocal Shredder”
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Jessica Pratt Returns With Intimate, Arresting New Album On Your Own Love Again
River Whyless Combines The Creative Currents Of 3 Writers
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