World Cafe: Next

10:03am

Mon August 19, 2013
World Cafe

Next: Moreland And Arbuckle

Originally published on Thu September 26, 2013 12:32 pm

Moreland & Arbuckle.
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  • Hear Two Songs From Moreland & Arbuckle

This week's World Cafe: Next artist is the Kansas band Moreland & Arbuckle, whose members play blues-drenched roots-rock. On their fifth album, 7 Cities, they've adopted the loose theme of the explorer Coronado's search for the seven cities of gold — which, not so coincidentally, took the conquistador right into their home territory.

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12:00pm

Mon August 5, 2013
World Cafe

Next: Rose Windows

Originally published on Wed October 2, 2013 3:46 pm

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Rose Windows' debut album, The Sun Dogs, is steeped in '60s classic rock, recalling the heavy organ sounds of The Doors and the folk-infused flutes of Traffic. Formed in 2010 by songwriter Chris Cheveyo, the Seattle septet signed a label deal earlier this year, then put together an album that's layered with Middle Eastern influences.

Hear two songs from The Sun Dogs, a mellow combination of psychedelic folk and blues-rock instrumentation.

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3:20pm

Mon July 29, 2013
World Cafe

Next: Coke Weed

Originally published on Wed October 2, 2013 3:50 pm

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Alt-psychedelic quintet Coke Weed is from picturesque Bar Harbor, well up the Maine coast. The band just released its third album, Back To Soft, which took nine months to make and is — despite the title — its heaviest release so far.

Lead by songwriter Milan McAlevey, the band has immersed itself in '60s psych-rock, pledging allegiance to the likes of Jefferson Airplane. So that makes singer Nina Donghia the group's Signe Toly Anderson.

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1:30pm

Mon July 22, 2013
World Cafe

World Cafe Next: Aisha Burns

Originally published on Wed October 2, 2013 3:53 pm

Aisha Burns.
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  • Hear Two New Songs By Aisha Burns

Aisha Burns is best known as the violinist in the chamber-folk band Balmorhea. But in the last few years, Burns has left her comfort zone to write her own songs and play them on guitar. On her debut album, Life in the Midwater, there's a delicate intimacy to her approach. Hear two songs from the new album, which is due out in September.

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9:05am

Mon July 8, 2013
World Cafe

Next: Daughn Gibson

Originally published on Fri October 4, 2013 9:04 am

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Pennsylvania singer-songwriter Daughn Gibson has a deep baritone voice like Johnny Cash and a country style not unlike Lee Hazlewood. Toss in a few electronic loops and bagpipes, and Gibson's second album, Me Moan, is a spooky production.

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