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KCRW Presents: Fleet Foxes

KCRW

No matter the time of day, the band can turn out beautiful harmonies. Hear its session from KCRW.

Eric D. Johnson of Fruit Bats (left) and Vetiver (right) teamed up for a joint session of World Cafe. Annie Beedy/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Fruit Bats And Vetiver On World Cafe

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Fresh off their summer tour, the two bands visit World Cafe for a joint live set and interview.

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Milagres' first album, Glowing Mouth, is out now. Cameron Wittig hide caption

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Milagres On World Cafe

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The enchanting dream-pop band performs songs from its new record, Glowing Mouth.

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Gilad Hekselman performs with his Hex Trio on The Checkout to celebrate the release of Hearts Wide Open. Josh Jackson/WBGO hide caption

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Favorite Sessions

Gilad Hekselman: Wide-Open Reaction

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Engaging and risky, emotional and resonant — the guitarist's Hex Trio performs on The Checkout.

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Omara "Bombino" Moctar, a Tuareg of Saharan Africa, is originally from Niger. Rob Wyman hide caption

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KCRW Presents: Bombino

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This African Tuareg guitarist can really shred, and he visited KCRW to share his hypnotic playing.

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Glen David Andrews (left) and Donald Harrison stopped by the KPLU Seattle studios for an interview and performance. Justin Steyer/KPLU hide caption

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Treme Tour: Donald Harrison, Glen David Andrews

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Hear the two discuss the music of New Orleans' Treme neighborhood and the TV show of the same name.

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