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Antonio Lizana performs a Tiny Desk Concert on Jan. 25, 2017. (Marian Carrasquero/NPR) Marian Carrasquero/NPR hide caption

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Antonio Lizana

The traditions of flamenco and jazz are disparate, but in the hands of a few Spanish jazz musicians, these two worlds commingle and find common ground.

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Watch Little Dragon Perform 'Sweet' Live In The Studio

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The dance-pop quartet's new album, Season High, is its most upbeat yet. Watch a live performance of "Sweet," captured at KCRW's studios.

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Algiers Shows Us 'The Underside Of Power'

"I heard someone say once that you don't know what real power is until you're on the wrong side of it," says Algiers' frontman. His band's new song deals with the idea directly.

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Watch Kate Tempest's Full Set For World Cafe

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Get a look inside the studio as the South London artist performs the first four songs off her latest record, Let Them Eat Chaos, uninterrupted.

Kate Tempest On World Cafe

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Watch Ty Segall 'Break A Guitar' With Fred Armisen

The kaleidoscopic images that swirl around in Segall's new video mirror the madness he feels over the 24-hour news cycle.

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I have a self-imposed rule for Tiny Desk Concerts: No artist can visit twice unless there's something wholly different about what they're doing. alt-J was happy to oblige.

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Hijabi Artist Channels Beyoncé For Debut Of Her 'Resistance Music' And Video

Mona Haydar calls her music "resistance music" because it celebrates diversity and calls for women to be "unapologetic about who they are."