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Thundercat, 'Them Changes' (Live)

KCRW

Watch the jazz-fusion bass guitarist give a stirring performance of "Them Changes."

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The Mynabirds, 'Wildfire' (Live)

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Laura Burhenn's songs marry heartbreak and hope. Hear her perform "Wildfire" live in the studio.

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Ratatat, 'Nightclub Amnesia' (Live)

KCRW

Watch the Brooklyn electro-rock duo give a searing performance of "Nightclub Amnesia."

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Live Webcast: Glen Hansard On World Cafe, Sept. 15

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Watch the Irish singer-songwriter perform in a live webcast on Tuesday, Sept. 15, at 12:15 p.m. ET.

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SOAK, 'B a noBody' (Live)

KEXP

Bridie Monds-Watson fills the room with wisdom and emotion in this performance of "B a noBody."

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The Arcs, 'Stay In My Corner' (Live)

KCRW

Dan Auerbach's new band lays down a blues-rock soundtrack for late-summer dreaming. Watch The Arcs perform "Stay In My Corner."

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Husky, 'I'm Not Coming Back' (Live)

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The folk-rock duo from Melbourne, Australia, strips down "I'm Not Coming Back" so both voices shine.

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World Cafe Next: John Mark Nelson

XPN

Nelson is just 21, but the Twin Cities singer-songwriter already sings with easy confidence.

World Cafe Next: John Mark Nelson

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Galactic On World Cafe

XPN

The New Orleans funk band doesn't stray from its mission: to make anyone and everyone dance.

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La Luz, 'Don't Wanna Be Anywhere' (Live)

KEXP

Watch the Seattle surf-rock band light up the studio with the sun-drenched "Don't Wanna Be Anywhere."