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Zach Bryan On How Music Helped Him Stay Sane While Deployed
Being a musician kept Zach Bryan sane while he was deployed under the U.S. Navy; it was also the reason why he went viral.
On 'Glowing In The Dark,' Django Django Explore Evolution And Escapism
Today on World Cafe, David Maclean and Vincent Neff of Django Django talk about what inspires their ever-evolving sound.
The Culture Corner: The Beastie Boys' Pledge To Tibetan Independence, 25 Years Later
Not only did the Tibetan Freedom Concert kick off a series of benefit shows, raising money and awareness for the cause, but it also marked a shift for the Beastie Boys as a group.
Celeste On 'Hear My Voice' And The Pressures Of Success
, British R&B star Celeste performs and talks about writing her Oscar-nominated song "Hear My Voice."
On 'Who By Fire,' First Aid Kit Stage A Love Letter To Leonard Cohen
It takes a whole lot of courage to dedicate an entire tribute album and live concert to a master of songwriting and performance. On their live tribute album to Leonard Cohen,
Who By Fire
, First Aid Kit is up for the task.
Through Music And Poetry, Valerie June Writes For Dreamers
Today on World Cafe, singer-songwriter and poet Valerie June discusses using her multimedia work as a catalyst for individual and collective change.
Goat Girl's Punk Rock Self-Care
In 2021, "punk" can mean a lot of different things. It's an attitude, a viewpoint â€“ it can even be a music genre. But the South London band Goat Girl embodies its own version entirely.
Samantha Crain Thought She'd Never Make Music Again
Samantha Crain rose above a string of misfortune to release a celebrated album in 2020, called
A Small Death â€“
and is back this year with a fabulous new EP,
I Guess We Live Here Now
On 'Jubilee,' Japanese Breakfast's Michelle Zauner Enters The Springtime Of Life
Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast performs for a live virtual audience and talks to World Cafe about everything from her recent memoir, to the change in sound on her latest album,
Get Up Close And Personal With Buck Meek's 'Two Saviors'
If you're familiar with Buck Meek's work as a guitarist for the band Big Thief, it'll come as no surprise that his solo project is just as disarming and intimate.
On 'Delta Kream,' The Black Keys Pay Tribute To Hill Country Blues
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard On Making Microtonal Music During A Pandemic
Branford Marsalis' 'Ma Rainey' Score Makes 100-Year-Old Blues Sound Relevant Today
On 'Leftover Feelings,' John Hiatt And Jerry Douglas Work Their Magic In Unison
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