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Australian rockers Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever cite fellow Aussies The Go-Betweens as an influence. On the next World Cafe they’ll perform songs off their debut EP for Sub Pop Records called The French Press. And we’ll hear the Cinderella story about how they got signed.

Missed the NonCommvention? You can catch up with the WRUR Song of the Day from VuHaus. Here is the schedule this week and you can watch the performances on the VuHaus Link:

Mon 5/22/17 The Mavericks  "Come on to Me" The Mavericks play a unique style of outlaw country that also includes elements of Latin music and Rockabilly.  (From WXPN from Non-Comm 2017)

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  On his latest release called My Spirit Sister, Joshua James explores questions about fidelity and fears about fatherhood with staggering honesty. He talks about being raised in the Mormon church and why he left, and performs dark, stark Americana on the World Cafe.   

Only One week away! On Thursday, May 25, Different Radio will sponsor a Tiny Desk Favorites Concert at Three Heads Brewing Beer Garden (186 Atlantic Avenue), with The Mighty High And DryKitestring, and Machine Gun English.

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British duo Goldfrapp fuse infectious electronic beats with lush natural imagery on their new release, Silver Eye

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  Josh Tillman, alias Father John Misty, has never been one to shy away from controversy. On his latest album, Pure Comedy, he confronts capitalism, religion, and popular music.   

You can watch live concerts from this Non-Commvention from World Cafe Live in Philadelphia 5/17- 5/19. You can Access it from the VUHAUS Link on our home page.

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Last year, Inuit throat singer and Björk collaborator Tanya Tagaq released her fourth studio album, a deeply political body of work that protests violence against women, indigenous peoples, and the environment.

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Matthew Logan Vasquez took time away from Delta Spirit to realize his new solo project, a record called Does What He Wants that projects optimism in the face of uncertainty and restlessness.

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In this Nashville Session, Ann Powers brings us former Pistol Annies member Angaleena Presley. In her newest album, Wrangled, the spunky Presley shares with us her experiences with sexism, loss, and reinvention in the country music scene.

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