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Internet Radio Show: World Cafe

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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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Fleet Foxes Release the Album They've Always Wanted to Make
Fleet Foxes perform live songs from Crack Up, their first album in 6 years. According to lead singer Robin Pecknold, it's the kind of record he's always wanted to create. A lot has changed since Fleet Foxes' last album, 2011's Helplessness Blues. Former drummer Josh Tillman left the band to focus on being Father John Misty, while Robin Pecknold moved to New York City and took classes at Columbia. Robin shares insights about his approach to storytelling on Crack Up including the way movements and songs crash into each other and the F Scott Fitzgerald essay that inspired the album's title.
Angelica Garcia's Haunting Debut
Angelica Garcia wrote her gothic and gorgeous debut album Medicine For Birds in a 200 year old parish house she's pretty sure is haunted, in the tiny town of Accomac, Virginia. She moved there with her family from East LA when she was 17, after her stepfather left his career in the music business to become an Episcopalian priest. Suddenly, rather than the bustle and bump of urban life, she was surrounded by cemeteries, magnolia trees and very few actual humans. Angelica talks about how feeling isolated also made her feel inspired and performs live on the World Cafe.
Hi, do you like parties? Meet Sweet Spirit!
Sweet Spirit is a punchy, powerful party band from Austin that features up to nine members on stage at any given time. Their infectious live shows caught the eye of fellow Austinite Britt Daniel from the band Spoon, who invited them to open at a bunch of his concerts and championed their full-length debut album Cokomo in 2015. Sweet Spirit's follow-up album St. Mojo came out in April, and they perform rip-roaring renditions of some of the songs on this edition of the World Cafe. Co-founders Sabrina Ellis and Andrew Cashen also share wild and fun road stories befitting a wild and fun band.

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