World Cafe

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The premier guide for new and significant artists in rock, blues, and folk - including NPR-syndicated World Cafe

XPN2 - Jingle Jams

XPN's own Kris Kringle, (Robert Drake) is presenting a unique mix of seasonal songs celebrating both the holiday and winter seasons.

World Cafe Archives

Join the World Cafe through performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists.

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In this new episode of The Culture Corner, correspondent John Morrison pays a close listen to Outkast's breakthrough record ATLiens.
The Wallflowers' frontman talks about the band's latest album, Exit Wounds, and how he approaches his songwriting.
Music has the power to transport you, and in the case of the band Delgres, it takes you to several different places and times, all at once.
Tune in as WXPN and World Cafe host a live stream from Japanese Breakfast's last of five nights in Philadelphia.
For his latest album, Bridges found solitude in a place called Gold-Diggers Sound in L.A.
Rob Tannenbaum, who co-authored the book, talked to hundreds of artists, former VJs and key players at MTV for an engrossing oral history of the channel.
The collaboration between Melina Duterte of Jay Som and Ellen Kempner of Palehound went live for World Cafe.
We sit down with Fela Kuti's son and grandson, who speak about the pride and joy of sharing releases and their appreciation of each other's craft.
In this episode of World Cafe, Crosby joins us for a chat and listening session of songs from his album, For Free.
Comparing the station to the moon landing may have come off as hubristic at the time, but MTV would go on to change pop music and its impact on popular culture.
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