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Internet Radio Show: World Cafe

World Cafe is a radio show streamed on internet radio and has a broad range of innovative sounds drawn from contemporary American as well as international music. Host David Dye presents music and live interviews from the World Care studios in Philadelphia.


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Kate Tempest: Inspired By Wu Tang Clan and Poet William Blake
Kate is an utterly magnetic rapper, hip hop artist and poet from South London. She performs songs from her concept album Let Them Eat Chaos, which traces the racing minds of 7 strangers at 4:18am.
Andy Shauf invites you to 'The Party'
On his magical and melancholy concept album The Party, Saskatchewan's Andy Shauf explores the awkward moments and juicy encounters at a shindig in a small town.
God Save the Kink! Ray Davies Still Looking For Life's Poetry
Recently knighted Sir Raymond Douglas Davies is still all about the work more than 50 years after The Kinks hit number one with "You Really Got Me" in 1964. At 72 he finds he can't stop working even if he wanted to. In our conversation about his new album Americana, recorded with The Jayhawks, he talks about British and American myths- inspired by Saturday afternoon trips to the cinema to watch Westerns as a child. He shares that the other British Invasion bands in the sixties were not always as welcomed as the lovable British moptops, The Beatles.

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