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The Dip perform live at NON-COMM 2022, recorded live for World Cafe Paige Walter/WXPN hide caption

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The Dip on World Cafe

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In the metal bands Sleep and High on Fire, Matt Pike has always looked to esoteric sources. Over the last decade, however, he's found inspiration in the conspiracy theories of David Icke. Photo Illustration by Estefania Mitre/NPR; Getty Images hide caption

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alt-J performs live for World Cafe Galea McGregor/WXPN hide caption

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alt-J on World Cafe

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Beach House David Belisle/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Beach House on World Cafe

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A center dedicated to Bob Dylan prepares to open in Oklahoma

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Spiritualized on World Cafe

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Warpaint. From left: Jenny Lee Lindberg, Theresa Wayman, Emily Kokal and Stella Mozgawa. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Warpaint returns, radiating

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