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AnaÃ¯s Mitchell returns to her roots on a new self-titled album
It's a confessional, intimate album a world away from Midtown Manhattan.
World Cafe 30th Anniversary Playlist: 2010
It was the last year that we were gifted with a full-length album from Sade.
Geese prefers instruments to Mario Kart
Realizing they were spending more time playing instruments than Mario Kart they formed a band and, by the time they graduated high school, Geese had hit its stride.
World Cafe 30th Anniversary Playlist: 2009
2009 was a big year for really big pop stars, like Lady Gaga, The Black Eyed Peas and Jay-Z; indie rock artists like Wilco, Dirty Projectors and Animal Collective also put out standout records.
The Black Opry: a joyful, supportive celebration of Black artists
The Black Opry was founded in Nashville by Holly G, starting as a website that's now grown into a collective of artists. Hear from members of the Black Opry Revue in the
Amos Lee wants to remind us that there is a path to mental wellness
Lee acknowledges how hard it can be to live with anxiety and talks about how he was finding ways to heal.
The Black Innovators Of Rock And Roll: Part 4
In our final entry, we look at innovators of the new millennium â€” including the music of Santigold who, John Morrison says, has a unique way of combing rock with lots of other genres.
Hurray for the Riff Raff's 'Life on Earth' is an affirmation of humanity
Alynda Segerra talks about making the new record, alongside a whole host of topics including astrology, life in New Orleans and why she calls the band's music "nature punk."
Chris Pierce speaks up with his latest album, 'American Silence'
At a certain point, it's time to speak up â€” that's what Pierce has done with his new album,
. And, as maybe you can guess from the title, he's hoping other people join him.
World Cafe 30th Anniversary Playlist: 2008
Debut albums by artists like Adele, Vampire Weekend and Lady Gaga â€” plus albums by established artists, including TV On The Radio, Kings Of Leon and Beach House â€” made 2008 a great year for music.
The Black Innovators Of Rock And Roll: Part 3
Hear Christone 'Kingfish' Ingram's AMERICANAFEST performance
Spoon captures the energy of the stage on 'Lucifer on the Sofa'
World Cafe 30th Anniversary Playlist: 2007
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