WXPNHurricane Sandy may have uprooted Atkins from her New Jersey home, but opportunity knocked from faraway Sweden. With new goals and a familiar producer, Slow Phaser came into being.
WXPNBrooke wrote and composed a critically-acclaimed one-woman musical about taking care of her ailing mother. Now, she's taking those songs and recording an album.
WXPNListen for hints of Local Natives and early Yeasayer.
WXPNThe "Space Cowboy" sits down for a lengthy interview with World Cafe host David Dye.
WXPNIn the studio today is a rare stripped down performance for an enthusiastic audience. The band talks about how a small joke went viral and led to the band's regrouping and eight-year reunion tour.
WXPNGrab music from Neko Case, Parquet Courts, Jason Isbell and more today, before they're gone tomorrow.
WXPNToday's show features a Puerto Rican style affectionately known as jibaro, or "Puerto Rican Hillbilly Music." The music hails from the countryside and is about love, work and celebration.
WXPNThe former Marvelous 3 front man has been getting recognized for production work on pop albums since early in the last decade. Today he'll play his own songs from his new EP Peachtree Battle.
WXPNStill in their teens, the band in the studio today is here for their U.S. debut. They're signed to Elton John's management company and people are already taking notice of their vintage sound.
WXPNThe Seattle singer performs music from his new album, Brothers and Sisters of The Eternal Son, and talks about the dreams that inspired him.
WXPNThe Austin folk artist's latest album is sparse and personal. Hear two songs on this installment of World Cafe: Next.
WXPNThe Vintage Cafe this week features a 2007 visit from Beck. The now iconic artist discusses his struggles with fitting into the hip-hop and indie music scenes.
WXPNFrom the Bronx to the French Quarter, here's a singer that represents the outsiders and underdogs.
WXPNToday we speak with John Timmons, the former owner of Louisville record store Ear X-Tacy, who picks the five greatest Louisville artists of all time.
WXPNWhen we asked our affiliate WFPK in Louisville, Ky., to pick five bands to represent the city, we got a surprising range of works.