The musician talks about making Shabang with the help of his group, THE EVER-EXPANDING.
Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus chat about group therapy, Rainer Maria Rilke and the making of their debut album as boygenius.
The Philadelphia native chats about the story behind her breakout record, five seconds flat.
The pop star talks about the myriad sonic and visual influences behind her new record, Desire, I Want To Turn Into You.
The Wisconsin singer-songwriter talks about the influences behind his latest record.
What started as a casual experiment evolved into the U.K. duo's first studio album in 24 years.
Examining the cultural impact of Massive Attack's biggest record, "Mezzanine."
The Seattle musician performs songs from his latest album, which features Lucius, Guy Garvey of Elbow, and Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek.
The musician's first full-length album since 2017 was influenced by the birth of her daughter and the death of her father.
The fierce independence behind their polka music has taken Brave Combo from Japan to an episode of The Simpsons.
Join us as we attend a rehearsal and talk with University of North Texas' One O'Clock Lab Band's director, Alan Baylock.
Whether they're just starting out or they're big stars, like Leon Russell, it's a place to see live music almost nightly in Denton, Texas.
The record is all instrumental — no vocals, no lyrics — and was written and recorded on a road trip from LA to New York.
Frontman Carl Newman talks about the band's new album and why he steers clear of the internet.
The singer-songwriter calls it a foundation. In this session, hear a live performance of songs from The Weakness.
The Irish crooner talks about his recent EP and offers details about his new album, Unreal Unearth, due out later this year.
Hakim stopped by World Cafe for a mini-concert featuring live performances of songs off his latest album, COMETA.
Plus, Chris Thile and Sara Watkins join World Cafe to talk about the making of and meaning behind Celebrants.
One of the greatest artists of all time, Warwick joins World Cafe to recount stories from throughout her career.
Vocalist Piya Malik talks about how the Brooklyn band formed and their debut album, Prism.
World Cafe correspondent John Morrison dives into Rundren's 1973 album, A Wizard, a True Star.
World Cafe sits down with guitarist The Edge, who produced and curated the band's new collection of re-recordings.
Enjoy this mini-concert featuring songs from Shufflemania!, Hitchcock's latest album of surrealistic rock.
Country music belongs to anyone with a story. Adeem The Artist asks big questions about privilege, race and toxic masculinity on their new album White Trash Revelry.