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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. Jingle Jams. An eclectic assortment of holiday tunes, from the new and quirky to the classic.

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Join Talia Schlanger as she navigates the World Cafe through performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists.

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After just two singles, there's already a huge buzz around Hannah Joy and her band.
The Australian newcomer's music blends country, blues, folk and rock. Hear Jacklin perform a live session during World Cafe's visit to Australia.
The lead singer of the Australian psych-rock band The Church performs solo and candidly discusses his battle with addiction.
All week, World Cafe travels to Sydney, Australia, to meet the local bands making an impact Down Under. First up is a folk-rock band that's enjoyed great success in the U.S., too.
In World Cafe's second year, David Dye captured this interview on his portable tape recorder.
Producer Ian Brennan joins World Cafe to discuss his return to Malawi, where he's recorded the music of inmates at a maximum-security prison.
Taking chances made a big difference for the Pennsylvania folk trio on its third album, Magic Fire. Hear the session and watch a performance of "Shining In The Distance."
"If one person voted that wouldn't have voted before, then my mission would have been accomplished," the My Morning Jacket frontman says of his new, politically charged album, Eternally Even.
Before The Grateful Dead, Weir spent time working on a cattle ranch. His new solo album is inspired by the old cowboy tunes he heard.
"All the technology in the world can't make a DJ with bad taste a good DJ," the sampling pioneer says. In this session, he discusses his latest album, This Mountain Will Fall.
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