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  1. Priests: Tiny Desk Concert
    The punk-infused art band from Washington, D.C. brings a kinder, gentler and sparer version of the group's music to the Tiny Desk. More....
  2. Erin Rae: Tiny Desk Concert
    Every time she performs live, Erin Rae transforms her quiet storms into different hues of squalling introspection. More....
  3. Sting And Shaggy: Tiny Desk Concert
    The two musical legends brought plenty of joy to the Tiny Desk, with an unexpected collaboration that works surprisingly well. More....
  4. American Football: Tiny Desk Concert
    Who would've thought that American Football's fruitful reunion would not only include some of the emo band's best songs, but also a children's choir at the Tiny Desk? More....
  5. Miya Folick: Tiny Desk Concert
    Miya Folick was raised a Buddhist in Santa Ana, Calif., and is of Ukrainian and Japanese descent. She sings of conviction, not fiction. More....
  6. Saint Sister: Tiny Desk Concert
    The group from Ireland makes music that mixes the organic with the electronic, starting with a large, 34-string lever harp. More....
  7. Be More Chill: Tiny Desk Concert
    On Broadway, Be More Chill is a playful burst of frenetic energy and silly, stealthy sweetness. At the Tiny Desk, it holds onto that rowdy, generous spirit while stripping down the arrangements. More....
  8. Betty Who: Tiny Desk Concert
    Betty Who brings Roséwave, sun's-out pop to the Tiny Desk with all the usual studio production stripped away. More....
  9. Tasha Cobbs Leonard: Tiny Desk Concert
    Tasha Cobbs Leonard is widely regarded as one of the best gospel singers performing today. Her set at the Tiny Desk moved many at the NPR offices to tears. More....
  10. Imogen Heap: Tiny Desk Concert
    Imogen Heap takes us through her many musical talents, from her Frou Frou musical partner, Guy Sigsworth — and their first new song in 17 years — to an extraordinary performance with musical gloves. More....