WXPNHear two songs by a young Southern songwriter who drew inspiration from his struggle with addiction — and the insights of its aftermath.
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World Cafe introduces you to new artists on the rise.
WXPNThe Glaswegian band's self-titled debut mixes country and folk with songs that veer into lo-fi punk.
WXPNThe Welsh band Kutosis is obsessed with the sights and sounds of surfing. Hear two songs from this trio's new album.
WXPNBred in Brooklyn and produced by Phosphorescent's Matthew Houck, Heaven's Jail makes "sensitive but not sappy" indie rock with some unlikely influences.
WXPNThe London trio makes music that keeps you on your toes; it's quirky, irreverent and complicated.
WXPNDownload two songs from Woman to Woman, by the singer of the Denver folk band Paper Bird.
WXPNThe adventurous Brooklyn folk-rock band will release its first album, Upright Behavior, this summer.
WXPNDownload two tracks from the Minnesota singer-songwriter, who was discovered by Low's Alan Sparhawk.
WXPNThis week's artist to watch is Philadelphia duo Pattern Is Movement. Check out two beautiful cuts that showcase their love of electronic and percussive music.
WXPN"These are dreams that I had forgotten. Only now that they are starting to come true do I remember that I had them at all." These words are from Sonny Knight, who re-energized his soul-singing career.