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  1. Delicate Steve: Tiny Desk Concert
    This fierce and lyrical guitar player writes playful instrumental music led by hooky vocals — but there is no voice, just the human-like twang of a glass slide on a guitar. More....
  2. Sampha: Tiny Desk Concert
    A Tiny Desk Concert as intimate as it gets (that's saying something). Just Sampha, a piano and three heart-wrenching songs that seem to double as coping mechanisms. More....
  3. Tiny Desk Special Edition: Red Baraat's Holi Celebration
    The Brooklyn bhangra band come to the Tiny Desk in celebration of Holi, the Hindu festival of color that welcomes the coming of spring. More....
  4. Tank And The Bangas: Tiny Desk Concert
    Tank And The Bangas' victory lap around the Tiny Desk was momentous, celebratory and deeply touching, with a flair and alchemy of styles that could come from New Orleans. More....
  5. Maren Morris: Tiny Desk Concert
    One of the newest Grammy winners stops by the Tiny Desk to share her winking, sometimes tongue-in-cheek songs. More....
  6. Ninet: Tiny Desk Concert
    One of Israel's very popular artists may be walking a similar path to early-career Joan Jett — she brought that same intensity to the Tiny Desk. More....
  7. Dirty Dozen Brass Band: Tiny Desk Concert
    To celebrate Fat Tuesday, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band brought their euphoric horns to the Tiny Desk for a raucous, joyous set. More....
  8. Little Simz: Tiny Desk Concert
    Little Simz has been compared to Lauryn Hill for her self-reflective wordplay. And though the British lyricist is a relative new-comer, her Tiny Desk performance was poised and confident. More....
  9. Agnes Obel: Tiny Desk Concert
    Agnes Obel manipulated the Tiny Desk to better suit the deeply alluring and powerful music she brought to us. More....
  10. Esmé Patterson: Tiny Desk Concert
    Esmé Patterson has dropped the banjos and folk from her previous project Paper Bird, and in their place are electric guitars and a backing band worth getting behind. More....