Hear the New York rock band perform songs from its new album, You Know Who You Are.
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The “Okie from Muskogee” talks life, music and songwriting in this 2003 interview. Haggard died Wednesday morning.
The psychedelic rock trio from Brooklyn lays down new songs in the studio.
Watch the Swedish pop band perform “Do Si Do,” an unreleased song from its new album-in-progress.
It’s not hard for the legendary musician and songwriter to pick his favorite Beach Boys song.
This Brooklyn band is the closest thing we’ve got to Big Star at this point.
Eccentric spelling is just one element that makes the Brooklyn electro-pop band stand out.
David Dye sits down with Andrew Savage and Austin Brown to discuss their prolific year.
Hailu Mergia, a keyboard player and Ethiopian music star who lives in the U.S., will get you anywhere you need to go in our nation’s capital.
The former Walkmen bassist and keyboardist’s solo material floats with an easy swing.
The D.C. band plays sharp, hooky, energetic highlights from its debut album, Rips.
The British singer and songwriter’s voice fills subtle, muted arrangements with color.
Download two songs by the Scottish trio, whose thick-accented rock can be rousing, bleak or both.
Dinosaur Jr.’s singer-guitarist shows his quieter side in songs from his new album, Tied To A Star.
The pop singer’s new album finds her covering vintage jazz standards. Hear “Georgia On My Mind” and “Strange Fruit.”
Hear the R&B chef perform four live songs and share some unexpected stories with World Cafe host David Dye.
The roots-rock singer just released his self-titled 14th album. But the big news coming out of his World Cafe session was the debut of an unreleased song called “The Door.”
The instrumental hip-hop band’s third record is their first of completely original material.
Hear the former Hüsker Dü and Sugar frontman play four songs from his latest solo album, Beauty and Ruin.
The former member of Everything But The Girl performs three songs and discusses his career.