World Cafe - Next
World Cafe Next: New Country Rehab08/12/13
The Toronto alt-country band recently released its second album, Ghost Of Your Charms, to rave reviews. Hear two songs from the record on this edition of World Cafe Next.
Next: Rose Windows
Hear two new songs from the septet's debut album, which mixes psychedelic folk and classic rock.
Next: Coke Weed
Hear two songs from the indie-psych band's new album Back To Soft.
Next: Aisha Burns
Hear delicately crafted songs from the multi-instrumentalist's debut album, Life in the Midwater.
Next: Daughn Gibson
The singer's new album is a spooky production, filled with both country and electronic influences.
Next: Elastic Bond
The Latin alternative band from Miami looked to the past when crafting its debut album, Real.
The rock band from Portland incorporates Southern influences on its debut album, Ride Out the Dark.
Next: Ace Reporter
The multi-instrumentalist wrote a song every day for a year to create his new album, Yearling.
Next: Hanni El Khatib
The singer-songwriter combines soul, blues and punk on his blistering new album, Head in the Dirt.
Next: Laura Stevenson
The death-obsessed singer-songwriter explores a dark, folk-infused sound on her new album, Wheel.
Next: Treetop Flyers
Hear London's Treetop Flyers offer a taste of California with its throwback folk-rock sound.
Sisters Jessica and Jennifer Clavin's full-length debut, Ride Your Heart, is infused with beachy harmonies and punk attitude.
Next: Duquette Johnston
Hear two tracks from the roots-rock musician's upcoming album, Rabbit Runs A Destiny.
Next: Jacco Gardner
The Dutch multi-instrumentalist's debut album, Cabinet of Curiosities, recalls and updates the ornately orchestrated baroque pop sound of the 1960s.
Hear two new tracks from neo-soul group Pickwick's upcoming album, Can't Talk Medicine.
Next: John Murry
Hear two dark, deep, alluring rock 'n' roll songs from Murry's debut album, The Graceless Age.
Next: Parquet Courts
Hear two tracks from the up-and-coming post-punk band's first full-length album, Light Up Gold.
Next: Hey Marseilles
Hear two songs from the orchestral folk-pop band's new album, Lines We Trace, out March 5.
Next: The Lions
The Los Angeles reggae and soul collective is set to release This Generation in February. Hear two of the album's best songs in this edition of World Cafe: Next.
Next: Star & Micey
Hear two breezily catchy songs from the Memphis folk-pop trio's I Can't Wait EP on World Cafe: Next.
- Philadelphia, PA