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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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Listening For The Future During Black History Month
We're joined by The New Yorker's Music Editor Briana Younger, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert's bandleader Jon Batiste and NPR Music's Rodney Carmichael. They shine a spotlight on some of the black creators who are shaping the future of music. We discuss how artists like Masego and Braxton Cook represent a resurgence of black instrumentalists, how storytellers like Saba use personal tales to illuminate systemic issues, and how artists like Tierra Whack may be innovating so quickly that the industry can't keep up with their genius. And we talk about the double burden placed on black artists, who are both marginalized by the system and often expected to do the work of speaking out against it; and the damaging assumption that music created by black artists is always a reaction to whiteness. We celebrate the brilliant bright future of black creators and listen to some amazing new music.
Stories From Glasgow's Storied Music Venues
Rumor has it that David Bowie stole one of the famous decorative stars from the Barrowland Ballroom (aka Barrowlands). Guitar great John Martyn used to play in the corner by the fireplace of the Scotia, the city's oldest pub. And Glasgow's Grand Ole Opry is truly a country Western homage to its Nashville namesake. Scottish music journalist and presenter Nicola Meighan tells us stories about Glasgow's music scene through its most notable venues. And we enjoy a surprise Scottish celebrity sighting at legendary independent record shop Monorail Music.
Julia Jacklin: Crushing
We were introduced to Julia Jacklin when David Dye met up with her in Australia for our Sense of Place visit in 2016. Now she's returning the favor, joining us in the US to share a sneak peak of her forthcoming record, Crushing, which is personal, intimate, and beautiful. The Melbourne based singer spent the last two years touring her first album Don't Let the Kids Win, and Crushing directly reflects back to her experiences from that time period.

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