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Oscar Isaac On Becoming Llewyn Davis

December 20, 2013 - His friends told the actor Oscar Isaac beforehand that he would love his audition with Joel and Ethan Coen for the lead part in their new film Inside Llewyn Davis –and that he wouldn’t get the part or ever hear back from them. Well, half right. The actor makes the character, based on the 1960s folk singer Dave Van Ronk, his own, especially with his live performances. He joins us today to talk about working with the Coens and with the film’s music guru T-Bone Burnett. And about the guitar he got for his efforts.
Carey Mulligan Goes From Playing the Flighty Daisy in The Great Gatsby to Stomping Around Greenwich Village in Inside Llewyn Davis

December 20, 2013 - Carey Mulligan plays one angry woman, Jean Berkey, in the new Coen Brothers film Inside Llewyn Davis.
Elijah Wald’s Dave Van Ronk Biography The Mayor of MacDougal Street Was The Inspiration For the New Coen Brothers’ Film Inside Llewyn Davis

December 20, 2013 - Back in 2005 we talked with Elijah Wald about his biography of Dave Van Ronk, The Mayor of MacDougal Street.
Now Derek Vincent Smith Plays Pretty Lights Music With A Live Band

December 20, 2013 - Pretty Lights is the stage name of Derek Vincent Smith who describes his sample based music as “electro hip-hop soul.” He has built up a large live following for his music that, up until now, he has given away on the internet.
Barrance Whitfield And The Savages Back Together To Urge You To Dig Thy Savage Soul

December 19, 2013 - The fact that the original lineup of Barrance Whitfield and the Savages has reunited and put out a new album Dig Thy Savage Soul is noteworthy. It gives us the opportunity to sing the praises of this Boston band that packed clubs in that city with sweaty souls back in the 1980's.
Hear Why British Indie Trio Daughter Are So Beloved

December 18, 2013 - We welcome the UK indie trio Daughter to the Cafe today. Centered on the writing and vocals of Elena Tonra, the three members met at the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance in London where they were students.
What Are Essential Tremors? Find Out When J Roddy Walston And The Business Play Live

December 17, 2013 - J Roddy Walston and The Business are live in the studio today. J Roddy is not originally from Baltimore but something really good happened when he landed there and started making music with The Business about a decade ago.
From Dick Dale To John Coltrane Our Vintage Cafe Explores Wilco Guitarist Nels Cline’s Myriad Influences

Guitarist Nels Cline is our guest on this Vintage Cafe originally broadcast in 2009.

December 16, 2013 - Although he is best known as a member of Wilco, first appearing on the band’s Sky Blue Sky album in 2007, Nels Cline has performed on over 100 jazz, pop, rock, country, and experimental pop albums.
Have Midlake Finally Discovered The Band They Were Always Meant To Be?

December 13, 2013 - If you are a fan of the Texas-based band Midlake then you have gotten used to the changes in the group’s sound from album to album. Their classic disc The Trial Of Van Occupanther

Life Changes For Deer Tick’s John McCauley Lead To Negativity Their Most Personal Album Yet

December 12, 2013 - Deer Tick put out their fifth album Negativity this past fall. In the seven years the band has been together, this may be the most personal writing lead singer John McCauley has done yet.

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