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Meet World Cafe: Next artists The Jack Moves

The Jack Moves | via http://www.npr.org/sections/world-cafe/2015/11/23/457114548/world-cafe-next-the-jack-moves
The Jack Moves | via http://www.npr.org/sections/world-cafe/2015/11/23/457114548/world-cafe-next-the-jack-moves

The Newark based soul group The Jack Moves are singer, producer, arranger and multi-instrumentalist Zee Desmondes, and drummer, producer (and former pro skater) Teddy Powell. The duo recently released their self-titled debut album on Wax Poetics Records, and were recently chosen by World Cafe host David Dye as one of his weekly World Cafe: Next emerging artists to watch. Continue reading →

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The Best of 2015: Download a World Cafe version of “Wilder (We’re Chained)” by Brandi Carlile

Brandi Carlile | Photo for WXPN by Rocco Peditto
Brandi Carlile | Photo for WXPN by Rocco Peditto

As we begin to look back at the year in music, one of our favorite albums of 2015 was singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile’s The Firewatcher’s Daughter. Since her last record, she got married, and had a daughter with her wife. Earlier this year, Carlile, and “The Twins” – Tim and Phil Hanseroth – were on World Cafe with David Dye.

Listen to her World Cafe session below, and download “Wilder (We’re Chained)” from the session below. And make sure you watch her Cafe performance of “The Eye.” Continue reading →

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Download Foxing’s appearance on the World Cafe: Next podcast, see them at Union Transfer

photo by Jeremy Zimmerman | Jeremy-Zim.com
photo by Jeremy Zimmerman | Jeremy-Zim.com

St. Louis indie rock five-piece Foxing recently released its second studio album, Dealer, and was featured this week as a World Cafe: Next artist. You can stream and download the segment below in this week’s podcast from NPR, which features two tracks from the album.

First is the calm and intricate “Night Channels,” a heart-wrenching tune that features a somber hook begging “future love, don’t fall apart.” The second song, “Weave,” was written as a response – or better yet a closure – to the five-piece’s debut record The Albatross. “Weave” creates beautiful imagery on top of layered atmospheric guitars. Continue reading →

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Screaming Females at Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center, Gooch and the Motion at World Cafe Live, Mahatma X at The Fire and more

Screaming Females | Photo by Rachel Barrish | rachelbarrish.com
Screaming Females | Photo by Rachel Barrish | rachelbarrish.com

New Jersey’s Screaming Females have had quite the year: they released their sixth album back in February, they toured Europe and the US, and they celebrated their tenth anniversary and 1,000th show. With all this momentum, the punk rock trio show no signs of slowing down. They just hit the road this week with Potty Mouth for a two week tour, which makes a stop in Pennsylvania’s capital tonight at the Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center. Get tickets and show info at the XPN Concert Calendar, and listen to their Key Studio Session below. Continue reading →

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Download a World Cafe version of “There Isn’t One Way” by Patty Griffin

Patty Griffin | Photo via https://www.facebook.com/PattyGriffin
Patty Griffin | Photo via https://www.facebook.com/PattyGriffin

Recently singer-songwriter Patty Griffin visited World Cafe for a studio session and interview with Cafe host David Dye. Patty’s new album, Servant Of Love, her ninth studio album, includes love songs and songs of strength. Continue reading →

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