Miguel Perez

Miguel Perez appears in the following:

How culture wars and conspiracy theories inspired Sleaford Mods' latest album

Monday, May 15, 2023

The British duo Sleaford Mods talks about the influences behind their latest album, UK GRIM.


Devon Gilfillian's latest album is a bold declaration of Black joy

Tuesday, May 09, 2023

The Nashville-based musician talks about writing and recording Love You Anyway.


Bartees Strange reflects on the success of 'Farm to Table'

Monday, April 17, 2023

Bartees chats with World Cafe about his sophomore album, Farm to Table, and advice he has for artists on the rise.


For Weyes Blood, gentleness can be a powerful tool against tech-driven apathy

Friday, March 10, 2023

The musician talks about the message behind her mesmerizing fifth studio album, And in the Darkness, Hearts Aglow.


Celebrate International Women's Day with these axe-slinging heroes

Wednesday, March 08, 2023

World Cafe celebrates some of the greatest guitar players of all time, who just happen to be women.


'Anarchist Gospel' is Sunny War's most compelling album yet

Thursday, February 23, 2023

The Nashville, by way of Los Angeles, singer and virtuoso guitarist experimented with punk and folk music for the last decade, often to dazzling results.


Flying solo this Valentine's Day? This playlist's for you.

Tuesday, February 14, 2023

For Valentine's Day this year, World Cafe is embracing the single life with a cathartic mix of songs about everything but gushy, romantic love.


Natalia Lafourcade sought the comfort of her 'inner garden' on her latest album

Wednesday, February 08, 2023

Lafourcade discusses De Todas las Flores, her first album of entirely new material in seven years.


Dos Santos' sound is a cultural melting pot as eclectic as their Chicago home

Monday, January 23, 2023

The Chicago band pulls from a mix of Latin influences to create their unique take on psychedelic rock.


Oliver Sim invokes the misunderstood horror movie villain on 'Hideous Bastard'

Monday, January 09, 2023

Oliver Sim, the bass guitarist and vocalist for The xx talks about making "Hideous Bastard," his striking debut solo record.


Take a walk down memory lane with Pavement

Thursday, January 05, 2023

In this session, Pavement percussionist and multi-instrumentalist Bob Nastanovich talks about the band's enduring legacy and discovery by younger fans.


Album Review: 'Tu Historia' by Julieta Venegas

Thursday, November 24, 2022

Julieta Venegas, a legend of Latin American pop music, released her first album in seven years, called "Tu Historia."


Kiwi Jr. expands its sonic palette on its second album, 'Chopper'

Wednesday, November 09, 2022

For their third album, Chopper, Kiwi Jr. wanted to invoke a feeling — not of location or mood, but of time; specifically, that time between sunset and sunrise.


Chicago drops new album and film documenting its triumphant return to the road

Thursday, October 27, 2022

In this session, we talk to Lee Loughnane and Robert Lamm from the road about their new album, film and the stories behind some of their biggest hits — plus, they share live performances.


Jeff 'Skunk' Baxter, the most interesting man in music?

Tuesday, October 04, 2022

He's a Rock & Roll Hall of Fame guitarist who took up a side hobby as a ballistic missile defense specialist — and added counterterrorism expert for good measure.


Fungi served as Bjork's latest muse in her new album, 'Fossora'

Friday, September 30, 2022

Bjork's Fossora peers down into the soil, in a love letter to fungi. "Bubbly and fun" is how she describes her new album.


MUNA's latest album is more confident, more focused than anything they've done before

Tuesday, September 20, 2022

In this session, all three members of the band join World Cafe to talk about how they went from "almost ending" to getting a brand new start.


'Misadventures Of Doomscroller' hopes to pull you away from the information overload

Friday, August 12, 2022

In this session, frontman Taylor Goldsmith talks about how he was inspired to fight short attention spans with longer, proggier, jazzier songs that sound nothing like what Dawes have done before.


Listening to Tank and the Bangas' 'Red Balloon' is like scanning the radio dial

Wednesday, August 10, 2022

On this session of World Cafe, Tarriona "Tank" Ball talks about how the radio of her youth and the radio of today made her want to create her own station with the band.


Deaton Chris Anthony reconfigures the sound of nostalgia

Friday, August 05, 2022

The new album from Deaton Chris Anthony, Sid the Kid, conjures a glitchy, abrasive, digital nostalgia from his childhood in Kansas.