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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 Massachusetts folk band brings its lovely harmonies and impeccable arrangements to the studio.
Hear Seattle DJs Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight as they perform live in the studio.

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Tracklist
1. Anderson East “Satisfy Me”
2. The Arcs “Stay In My Corner”
3. Boxed In “All Your Love Is Gone”
4. David Wax Museum “Guesthouse”
5. Gary Clark Jr. “Hold On”
6. JJ Grey & Mofro “Every Minute”
7. JD McPherson “Head Over Heels”
8. Josh Ritter “Getting Ready To Get Down”
9. Lucero “Can’t You Hear Them Howl”
10. Mac DeMarco “No Other Heart”
11. Meg Mac “Roll Up Your Sleeves”
12. Mumford & Sons “The Wolf”
13. My Morning Jacket “Compound Fracture”
14. Patty Griffin “There Isn’t One Way”
15. Rayland Baxter “Yellow Eyes”
16. The Suffers “Make Some Room”
17. Wolf Alice “Moaning Lisa Smile”

Dream-pop or buzzy rock and roll? If you're this New York trio, why choose?
Recently, Lynne was inspired by a benefit concert to record Alone In The Universe, ELO's first new album in 14 years.
The lifelong rocker with a history of leading New York City punk bands performs his new solo songs.
Is Paul Simon to blame for the lack of Andean music? Catalina Maria Johnson plays important songs.
Known for '70s power-pop, the San Francisco band celebrates its 50th anniversary in this session.
Last on World Cafe with Hiss Golden Messenger, Cook returns with songs from his first solo album.
Hear a pair of emotional, stylistically diverse songs from the New Zealander's international debut.
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