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The songs made by Wet Leg, fronted by Rhian Teasdale (left) and Hester Chambers sound like they come from nowhere, and also everywhere. Hollie Fernando/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Wet Leg on World Cafe

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A look ahead at some good music coming out in 2022

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Clockwise from upper left: Grace Cummings, NoSo, Le Ren, Ustad Saami Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: Le Ren, Wet Leg, Ustad Saami, NoSo, More

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Top row: The Colorist Orchestra & Howe Gelb; Middle row: Steady Holiday; Bottom: Ada Lea; Lower right: Wet Leg Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: Steady Holiday, Ada Lea, Wet Leg, More

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