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The Helio Sequence On World Cafe

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Hear the duo play songs from its new album and discuss the natural disaster that changed its sound.

The Helio Sequence On World Cafe
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KCRW Presents: Lord Huron

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Watch one of the best new bands in Los Angeles perform its hit "Time to Run," live on KCRW.

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Vintage Cafe: Father John Misty

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A persona invented by Josh Tillman, Father John Misty showcases a rock-friendly side of the singer.

Father John Misty On World Cafe
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Vintage Cafe: Kopecky Family Band

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The Nashville sextet plays a few songs from its new album and talks about its recording process.

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Django Django On World Cafe

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Hear the Mercury Prize-nominated Scottish indie-rock band play songs from its self-titled debut.

Django Django On World Cafe
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Graham Parker And The Rumour On World Cafe

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The British band, reunited after 30-plus years, performs new songs and discusses its film debut.

Graham Parker And The Rumour On World Cafe
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