Tiny Desk Concerts - Video

Tiny Desk Concerts from NPR's All Songs Considered features your favorite musicians performing at Bob Boilen's desk in the NPR Music office. Watch videos from Passion Pit, The xx, Wilco, Adele, Phoenix, Tinariwen, tUnE-yArDs and many more.

https://www.npr.org/tinydeskconcerts

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Souad Massi


A soulful yet steely singer-songwriter from Algeria charts her own course, from withstanding death threats in her native country to selling hundreds of thousands of records around the globe. Watch her perform four songs in the NPR Music offices.


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 2012-07-18  n/a
 
 

Souad Massi


A soulful yet steely singer-songwriter from Algeria charts her own course, from withstanding death threats in her native country to selling hundreds of thousands of records around the globe. Watch her perform four songs in the NPR Music offices.


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 2012-07-16  n/a
 
 

Brandi Carlile


In this performance at the NPR Music offices, two pieces from Laura Marling's newest record, 2011's A Creature I Don't Know, bookend a gorgeous new song called "Once." She'd never even recorded "Once," let alone released it, so consider this performance a premiere of sorts.


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 2012-07-13  n/a
 
 

Laura Marling


In this performance at the NPR Music offices, two pieces from Laura Marling's newest record, 2011's A Creature I Don't Know, bookend a gorgeous new song called "Once." She'd never even recorded "Once," let alone released it, so consider this performance a premiere of sorts.


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 2012-07-12  n/a
 
 

Exitmusic


The songs of Exitmusic are so romantically rich, they could envelop a cavernous hall. Luckily, the band didn't defang that cinematic power and anguish in the intimate confines of the NPR Music offices. Here, Exitmusic plays a beautifully buzzing set, marked by vocal nuance and stirring melodies.


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 2012-07-03  n/a
 
 

Reggie Watts


Comedian and musician Reggie Watts recently visited the NPR Music offices with a simple setup of loop and delay pedals and a microphone. But the spontaneous improvisations he created by building up layers of sound and melody provide a magical showcase for his soulful musicianship and deadpan humor.


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 2012-06-27  n/a
 
 

Mariachi El Bronx


Even though its members started out as the L.A. punk band The Bronx, Mariachi El Bronx isn't faking it. They play with just right amount of passion and pathos, strum as if they've studied the masters and don't look out of place in those pants and little jackets. Watch a fun set at the NPR offices.


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 2012-06-21  n/a
 
 

Glen Hansard


While the new 'Rhythm and Repose' feels like a low-key '70ssinger-songwriter record (think Cat Stevens or Van Morrison), thisfive-song set gives Hansard a chance to flex his neck muscles a bit, ashe lends blustery force to an assortment of new songs and deep cuts.


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 2012-06-18  n/a
 
 

Daniel Johnston


A troubled soul with a talent for writing honest, disarmingly direct songs, Johnston performs in the NPR Music offices. His short set closes with one of his classics: "True Love Will Find You in the End."


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 2012-06-11  n/a
 
 

Allison Miller's Boom Tic Boom


The drummer is an awfully busy player — as likely to improvise with jazz musicians as she is to back Brandi Carlile — but in recent years, she's carved out time to write music for her own group. A few tunes are dedicated to friends like her first teacher, a "sometimes great guy."


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 2012-06-07  n/a