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World Cafe Archives

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

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It's like discovering a flavor of something you've never tried before and needing to have it again and again. These are the artists we can't stop listening to after seeing them at SXSW.
With a blend so on point, they might as well be one person. Hear a live performance.
The former Oasis member talks about drawing inspiration from Kanye West, loathing coffee shops and how "Don't Look Back in Anger" came to him outside a strip club.
The members of the sextet talk about honing their artistic identity, getting comfortable in the country lane and letting their consciences guide them.
There is a different space that exists between the sounds of this San Francisco trio on its new album, 'Wrong Creatures.'
The acclaimed composer of NBC's 'This Is Us' discusses the music that pulls at America's heartstrings.
The producer shares stories from the road and the studio plus new Jimi Hendrix recordings from the posthumous album, Both Sides of the Sky.
Smith's high register conjures thoughts of purple mountain majesty and when she drops into a murmur, it feels like she's telling you a secret she's never told anyone before.
The host of NPR's 'It's Been a Minute' joins Talia Schlanger to share his incredible breadth of music knowledge.
The New Zealand singer explains the process of writing a breakup album and why it's easier to write a sad song than a happy song.
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