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Laoise On World Cafe

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Pillow Queens On World Cafe

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Loah On World Cafe

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David Keenan sits with a statue of the beloved Irish writer and poet Brendan Behan along the Royal Canal in Dublin. Kim Junod/WXPN hide caption

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David Keenan on World Cafe

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Nicola Meighan plays tour guide this episode of World Cafe's Sense of Place. Alan Braidwood/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Nicola Meighan On World Cafe

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Out Lines' Kathryn Joseph, Marcus Mackay (Producer) and James Graham. Colin Campbell/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Out Lines On World Cafe

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Martha Ffion performing live for World Cafe at The Hug and Pint in Glasgow, Scotland. Joe Malachi Silberstein/WXPN hide caption

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Martha Ffion On World Cafe

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Scenes from the National Museum of Scotland's exhibition dedicated to Scottish pop music. Talia Schlanger/WXPN hide caption

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Vic Galloway On World Cafe

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Elephant Sessions On World Cafe

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One of the highlights of World Cafe's recent Sense of Place: Edinburgh trip was being welcomed into the tiny basement studio of Young Fathers where the trio made the incredibly inspired record Cocoa Sugar. Kim Junod/WXPN hide caption

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Young Fathers On World Cafe

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KT Tunstall On World Cafe

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Freshlyground performing for World Cafe in Cape Town. WXPN hide caption

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Sense Of Place, South Africa: Freshlyground

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Sense Of Place, South Africa: Johnny Clegg

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Native Young performs live for the World Cafe in Cape Town, South Africa. WXPN hide caption

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Sense Of Place South Africa: Native Young

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McCoy Mrubata performing live for World Cafe Sense Of Place South Africa. WXPN hide caption

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Sense Of Place South Africa: McCoy Mrubata

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Sense Of Place South Africa: Sannie Fox

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Courtney Barnett performs live at in Melbourne in this Sense Of Place session. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Sense Of Place Melbourne: Courtney Barnett

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Sense Of Place Melbourne: Loose Tooth

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King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard's new album, Flying Microtonal Banana, comes out Feb. 24. Lee Vincent Grubb/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Sense Of Place Melbourne: King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard

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