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The U.K.-based singer-songwriter takes the Tiny Desk on a cosmic journey through her Saturn return.
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Multi-hyphenate artist Kaia Kater uses the architecture of roots music, which she studied in West Virginia, to establish a simultaneous dialogue with both the present moment and her own past.
The artist came to the Tiny Desk masked up, as always, the better to catch a glimpse of her soul.
Myers replaces her album's roaring electric guitars and electronics with a pulsing string quartet, piano and brushed drums — and uncorks a cover of Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill."
The Brooklynites stand out for their inventive and seamless blend of jazz, R&B and hip-hop.
The Atlanta trap super-producer and son of a preacher man saved the day with a soulful Tiny Desk.
Decked out in matching, cobalt blue outfits, the singer and her band had a clear vision: If you want to overcome the times, find strength in numbers.
The Afro-Cuban percussionist mesmerizes with his almost otherworldly talent on congas.
Scott Mulvahill has been trying to win the Tiny Desk Contest for each of its four years. And while he's never won, we all loved him so much we had to invite him to play.
The voices of Amelia Meath, Molly Erin Sarlé and Alexandra Sauser-Monnig come together behind the Tiny Desk, with songs that conjure a simpler life: dogs, friends, moonlight or skinny dipping.