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The New Wave Of Cartoon Bands

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Robbie Robertson reflects on the experiences that inspired his latest album in an extensive interview on this World Cafe. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Robbie Robertson On World Cafe

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Arrows

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The Raveonettes: Winter In The Summertime

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Rooted in early-20th-century blues and jazz, Davina and the Vagabonds' "lipstickandchrome" is freshened up with modern sass. Ezra Moore hide caption

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Black Cloud

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KCRW Presents: Other Lives

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An Exclusive From Fountains Of Wayne, New Wilco, Paul McCartney Remastered, More

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Idaho singer-songwriter Eilen Jewell performs live on this episode of World Cafe. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Eilen Jewell On World Cafe

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'Rave On Buddy Holly' Pays Tribute To Holly's Soul

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The Civil Wars On World Cafe

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The Whisperlights' "Eaten Alive" practically oozes soothing melodies and warm textures that wash over whimsical guitars. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Eaten Alive' by The Whisperlights

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