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Peter Gabriel On World Cafe

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The pop icon continues his career reinvention with new reworkings of his old songs on New Blood.

Peter Gabriel On World Cafe

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KCRW Presents: Fleet Foxes

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They may not be morning people, but the men of Fleet Foxes can sure turn out solid harmonies, even at 9 in the morning. Hear their session from KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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.

Fruit Bats And Vetiver On World Cafe

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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.

Milagres On World Cafe

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Gilad Hekselman: Wide-Open Reaction

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Engaging and risky, emotional and resonant — the guitarist's Hex Trio performs on WBGO's The Checkout to celebrate its upcoming release, Hearts Wide Open.

Gilad Hekselman In Studio At WBGO

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The War On Drugs On World Cafe

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Hear outtakes from the Philadelphia quartet's recent performance at World Cafe Live.

The War On Drugs On World Cafe

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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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An heir to the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page, this African Tuareg guitarist can really shred. In a session from KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic, Bombino showcases his hypnotic and powerful playing.

KCRW Presents: Bombino

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Treme Tour: Donald Harrison, Glen David Andrews

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Born in New Orleans' Treme neighborhood, and with experience on the TV show of the same name, these two musicians are products of the community's rich jazz tradition. Hear them discuss their experiences in a session with Seattle's Jazz24.

When The Saints Go Marching In

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Amanda Shires On World Cafe

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Hear the West Texas songwriter and storyteller perform songs from her new album Carrying Lightning.

Amanda Shires On World Cafe

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