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Hozier creates musical moments big enough to galvanize every molecule around them into action and tiny enough that they can burrow themselves in the hidden corners of your heart.
Willie Nelson, Mazzy Star and Neil Young have all inspired this LA transplant to make inviting music that carries an air of mystery, nostalgia and ease.
The Nude Party creates an unmistakable mix of indie, folk, psych and good old-fashioned rock and roll.
Performing with different techniques, Joseph Arthur and Peter Buck of R.E.M. come together for a mesmerizing performance.
Harriette Pilbeam talks about striking out as a solo artist and capturing the sparkling sounds of 90s pop on her debut EP, Sugar & Spice.
Kelly's been to the brink and back. You can hear that journey in the moving songs that make up his latest album, Dying Star.
"Once you present yourself as who you are, and kind of make no apologies for it, then you don't ever have to concede to anything else," the boundary-pushing country artist tells host Talia Schlanger.
The guitar legend talks Bruce Springsteen, Chris Cornell and his new sound on his latest album, The Atlas Underground.
The award-winning Scottish three-piece share stories during World Cafe's Sense Of Place trip to Edinburgh.
The Swedish pop star reflects on becoming friends with her body, using dance to wade through sadness and Honey, her first solo album in eight years.
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