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M. Ward On World Cafe

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The indie-folk singer-songwriter performs songs from his new solo album, A Wasteland Companion.

M. Ward On World Cafe

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Third World On World Cafe

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The reggae band discusses the various genres that form its sound and plays the songs that define it.

Third World On World Cafe

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David Lynch On World Cafe

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The filmmaker discusses the intersection of images and sounds on his solo album, Crazy Clown Time.

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Dr. Dog On World Cafe

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Hear the Philly rock band perform psychedelic, '60s-inspired songs from its recent Be the Void.

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Marilyn And Alan Bergman On 'Song Travels'

Hear the legendary power couple of American popular music introduce a new song, "There's You."

Marilyn And Alan Bergman On 'Song Travels'

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Of Monsters And Men On World Cafe

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Hear the Icelandic folk-pop group perform songs from its debut album, My Head Is an Animal.