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Waxahatchee performs at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia, PA. Recorded live for this World Cafe session. Emma Silverstone/WXPN hide caption

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Waxahatchee On World Cafe

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Sara and Tegan Quin as they appeared in The Con's liner illustrations by Emy Storey. The 2007 album marked a critical turning point for the sisters and a touchstone for like-minded artists to follow. Emy Storey/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Twins Allison (left) and Katie Crutchfield started out playing music together as teens. Since then, their work has taken them in different directions; each has a new solo album out this year. Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Through My Sister's Eyes: Allison And Katie Crutchfield On Each Other's Music

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Clockwise from upper left: Waxahatchee, Protomartyr, billboard photo for the film The Big Sick, The Blow Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: Music From 'The Big Sick,' Rhye, Protomartyr, More

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01Bear Named Otis

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    Bear Named Otis
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    2007-2011
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    Don Giovanni
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    2016

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Waxahatchee, the solo project of Katie Crutchfield, will release Ivy Tripp on April 7. Jesse Riggins/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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08Air

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Superchunk frontman and Merge Records co-founder Mac McCaughan (left) will put out his first album under his own name next month. Katie Crutchfield just put out her third album as Waxahatchee on Merge. Lissa Gotwals/Jesse Riggins/Courtesy of Merge Records hide caption

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Clockwise from upper left: Sufjan Stevens, JEFF The Brotherhood, Alabama Shakes, Waxahatchee Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: Sufjan Stevens, Alabama Shakes, JEFF The Brotherhood, More

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Katie Crutchfield of Waxahatchee relaxes in the west Philadelphia house where her second album, Cerulean Salt, was recorded. Will Figg for NPR hide caption

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Waxahatchee: A Lonesome Voice, Raised In Basements

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Waxahatchee performs a Tiny Desk Concert in September 2013. Meredith Rizzo/Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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Waxahatchee: Tiny Desk Concert

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Clockwise from upper left: Bombino, Waxahatchee, Brainstorm, KEN Mode Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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This Week's Mix Brought To You By The Letter 'B,' From The Bad Seeds To Bombino

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