Laura Cantrell's latest album, No Way There From Here, came out earlier this year. Amy Dickerson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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World Cafe

Laura Cantrell On World Cafe

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Hear the alt-country singer perform three songs in the studio and chat with host David Dye.

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World Cafe

World Cafe Next: Landlady

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The adventurous Brooklyn folk-rock band will release its first album, Upright Behavior, this summer.

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All Songs Considered

New Mix: Royksopp & Robyn, LP, Bishop Allen, More

On this week's show we roll the windows down with a wind-whipped, sun-dappled mix of rock and pop, including premieres from Bishop Allen and LP.

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