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Join David Dye as he navigates the World Cafe through performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists.

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Live at the World Cafe, Volume 38 is now available for retail sale!

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New Artists on the Rise

Every week, we feature independent and emerging artists who are making exciting, innovative music.

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The Brooklyn band has solidified its psychedelic sound on its new album, Plaza. Hear a conversation and performance.
With Music In Exile, the forward-thinking desert-blues band raises awareness of war in its home country, Mali. Hear an interview and performance.
The Brooklyn band's music fuses rock, jazz and funk. Hear a live in-studio performance by a 12-piece incarnation of the instrumental powerhouse.
The Chilean artist born Daniel Riveros makes driving indie pop with elements of Andean folk. Watch a performance recorded live in Philadelphia.
Hear how an improvisational project provided the seed for the Chicago instrumentalists' new album, The Catastrophist.
The duo sings exquisite homages to late-'50s and early-'60s pop. Hear the conversation and performance.
Craft's debut album, Dolls Of Highland, is influenced by Louisiana and David Bowie in equal measure. Hear two songs.
The English band is more than its hit song "How You Like Me Now?"
The duo's new album, Love Letter For Fire, is a revelation — but this in-studio performance is transcendent.
The Malian singer explores the meaning of home in her new album, Né So. Hear the live session.
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