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World Cafe

Vintage Cafe: Glen Hansard & Markéta Irglová

XPN

The folk duo performs songs from the critically acclaimed Once soundtrack in this throwback session.

Glen Hansard & Markéta Irglová On World Cafe
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Eleanor Friedberger, 'Stare At The Sun' (Live)

KEXP

The singer, known for her work in Fiery Furnaces, performs live in KEXP's Seattle studios.

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Pet Shop Boys, Live At The Sonar Festival

XPN

The best-selling British duo talks about Electric, its fans, and the dynamics of performing.

Pet Shop Boys On World Cafe
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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

Eliane Elias On Piano Jazz

Elias explores Bill Evans' work with host Marian McPartland in 2008.

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King Krule, 'Baby Blue' (Live)

KCRW

Watch the crooning redhead make his U.S. radio debut on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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Pokey LaFarge On World Cafe

XPN

The Midwestern musician and his old-time band bring their throwback charm to the stage at WXPN.

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Jamie N Commons On World Cafe

XPN

The 24-year-old Brit tells host David Dye about his love of American blues and classic R&B.

Jamie N Commons On World Cafe
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He's My Brother, She's My Sister On World Cafe

XPN

Hear the entertaining, theatrical folk group perform four songs from Nobody Dances in This Town.

He's My Brother, She's My Sister On World Cafe
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Elvis Costello And The Roots On World Cafe

XPN

The stars appear in the studio to perform songs from their new collaborative album, Wise Up Ghost.

Elvis Costello And The Roots On World Cafe
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Chvrches, 'Recover' (Live)

The Current

Watch the Scottish synth-pop trio perform a stripped-down version of its most rousing anthem.