World Cafe Playlist for 02/12/2024

Slow Pulp joins host Stephen Kallao

The indie rock band Slow Pulp broke out with their 2020 debut, Moveys. For the group’s sophomore record, Yard, lead singer Emily Massey wrote most of the album from a cabin in Northern Wisconsin. Massey joins us to talk about making Yard more exploratory – and what it was like recording vocals with her dad, a musician and engineer. Plus, Slow Pulp share live performances recorded in Dublin, Ireland

Listen to the session here.

Today’s Playlist
Bon Iver “Beth/Rest” Bon Iver, Bon Iver
Slow Pulp “Broadview” Recorded for World Cafe
Slow Pulp “Doubt” Recorded for World Cafe
Slow Pulp “Falling Apart” Recorded for World Cafe
Houndmouth “On the Road” WC Recording
Semisonic “Secret Smile” Feeling Strangely Fine
The Killers “Smile Like You Mean It” Hot Fuss
boygenius “Cool About It” The Record
Hozier “From Eden” WC Recording
Black Pumas “Ice Cream (Pay Phone)” Chronicles Of A Diamond
Average White Band “Cut The Cake” Cut The Cake
Faye Webster “Lego Ring (ft. Lil Yachty)” Underdressed at the Symphony
Mitski “My Love Mine All Mine” The Land is Inhospitable and So Are We

Hour Two
Dawes and Mumford & Sons “When My Time Comes” Live at the World Cafe
Hiatus Kaiyote “Everything’s Beautiful” Everything’s Beautiful (single)
Dave Matthews Band “What Would You Say” Under The Table and Dreaming
The Jesus and Mary Chain “jamcod” Glasgow Eyes
Say She She “Questions” Silver
Future Islands “Seasons” WC Recording
Herbie Hancock “Watermelon Man” Recorded Live for World Cafe
Indigo Girls “Closer To Fine” Indigo Girls
Low Cut Connie “Are You Gonna Run?” Art Dealers
Waxahatchee “Right Back to It (ft. MJ Lenderman)” Tigers Blood
Dessa “Velodrome” WC Recording
Kim Gordon “BYE BYE” The Collective
ABC “Poison Arrow” The Lexicon Of Love
Natalie Merchant “Jealousy” Tigerlily