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Theft of the Dial: Metronomy

Metronomy press photo
When U.K. band Metronomy visited the Twin Cities for a show at the Varsity Theater, band members Joe Mount and Oscar Cash stopped at The Current to host a Theft of the Dial, playing some of their favorite songs and telling their story. Read more

Theft of the Dial: Michael Kiwanuka

Michael Kiwanuka and Bill DeVille
Bill DeVille welcomes English singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka for a Theft of the Dial, where we'll get to hear some of Michael Kiwanuka's favorite music, and also about Michael's growth as a musician and his influences. Read more

Theft of the Dial: Jack Bevan and Jimmy Smith of Foals

Jack Bevan and Jimmy Smith of Foals, portrait at The Current
While Foals were in town for a show at First Avenue in Minneapolis, drummer Jack Bevan and guitarist Jimmy Smith stopped at The Current for a Theft of the Dial hosted by Jade. Bevan and Smith play some of their favorite songs and talk about some of their adventures on the road -- including a fortuitous musical discovery in the North Loop neighborhood of Minneapolis. Read more

Theft of the Dial: I'm With Her

Americana Music Association 2018 Honors and Awards
I'm With Her -- a band composed of Aoife O'Donovan, Sarah Jarosz and Sara Watkins -- stopped at The Current to record a special Theft of the Dial for International Women's Day. O'Donovan, Jarosz and Watkins each picked a favorite song and described what they find inspiring about it. Read more

Theft of the Dial: Paul Banks of Interpol

Paul Banks of Interpol
Mark Wheat welcomes Interpol frontman Paul Banks into the studio to play songs that inspire him. Something that may not be readily evident to Interpol fans is Banks's deep love of hip hop, which is reflected in his playlist. Read more

Theft of the Dial: Liz Phair

Liz Phair portrait at The Current
When indie rocker Liz Phair stopped at The Current for a Theft of the Dial, she had something special in mind. 'I picked a bunch of my favorite songs that I thought made a nice little collection,' she says, 'but then I thought, 'Why not search for remixes of those songs?'' Listen to this memorable set of remixed tunes, hosted by Liz Phair. Read more

Theft of the Dial: Kamasi Washington

Kamasi Washington
Saxophonist Kamasi Washington grew up in a musical household, and his friends were also musicians' children. That environment shaped Washington's musical tastes - and he shares that on a Theft of the Dial, hosted by Mary Lucia. Read more

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