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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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Tracklist
1. Old 97’s “Longer Than You’ve Been Alive”
2. Jenny Lewis “Just One Of The Guys”
3. Hiss Golden Messenger “Southern Grammar”
4. Shakey Graves “Dearly Departed”
5. Chuck Prophet “Tell Me Anything (Turn To Gold)”
6. Sharon Van Etten “Taking Chances”
7. Alt-J “Left Hand Free”
8. Spoon “Inside Out”
9. Sylvan Esso “Hey Mami”
10. Field Report “Home (Leave The Lights On)”
11. The Decemberists “The Wrong Year”
12. The Punch Brothers “I Blew It Off”
13. First Aid Kit “My Silver Lining”
14. The New Basement Tapes “Down On The Bottom”
15. Israel Nash “Rain Plans”
16. King Tuff “Black Moon Spell”

The singer and rapper says moving to Minneapolis in 2011 helped expand her musical vision.
Channy Leaneagh and Ryan Olson preview a song from their forthcoming album.
Hear fresh new rock 'n' roll from a band whose members are right out of high school.
Despite other gigs, Chris and Oliver Wood say playing together is always their first choice.
Austin Psychedelic Rockers Say Space Is Still The Place
The Many Stories Behind The Reissue of His 1968 Debut South Atlantic Blues
How The Irish Singer-Songwriter got Comfortable In His Own Skin
How A Band From Denver Got Gospel Soul And A Hit record
Australia’s Boy And Bear Discover New Strengths In Recording Live
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