Son Lux (Ryan Lott) at work in the studio. This month we've been tracking his progress as he writes and records an entire album from start to finish. Dusdin Condren/Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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The Rural Alberta Advantage On 'World Cafe: Next'

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Hear an interview with Jack White

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Gang of Four isn't reinventing anything in "Never Pay for the Farm," but its members have a blast with their second lease on life. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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You'll Never Pay For The Farm

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Damien Jurado: Tiny Desk Concert

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Sharon Van Etten On World Cafe

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Alexi Murdoch's new album, Towards the Sun, will be released on March 8. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Mountain Goats newest album, All Eternals Deck, will be released on March 29. Steven Dewall/Courtesy of Shore Fire Media hide caption

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Sun Lox (Ryan Lott) in studio as he enters the final weekend to write and record an entire album in one month. Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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Charles Bradley's debut album is called No Time for Dreaming. Kisha Bari/Courtesy of Motormouthmedia hide caption

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Charles Bradley: An Impersonator Finds His Own Voice

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The Fisk University Jubilee Quartet in 1909, from left: Alfred G. King (first bass), James A. Myers (second tenor), Noah W. Ryder (second bass) and John W. Work II (first tenor). Courtesy of Doug Seroff hide caption

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At Fisk University, A Tradition Of Spirituals

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Cake recently performed on World Cafe. Robert McKnight hide caption

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Cake On World Cafe

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