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KCRW Presents: Fleet Foxes KCRW-FM

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 WXPN-FM

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 WXPN-FM

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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Gilad Hekselman: Wide-Open Reaction WBGO-FM

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 KCRW-FM

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

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

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