The Richmond, Va. band brings its signature hot and funky "solar music" to the Desk.
The artist brings a distinctive, creative vision to her Tiny Desk performance.
The free jazz band with a punk ethos runs through six songs without breaks.
Ben Carr, who performs as Carrtoons, keeps the producer-led Tiny Desk tradition alive in this set.
Joshua Redman illustrates why he is one of today's best saxophonists.
To mark Philip Glass' 87th birthday, the astute pianist Timo Andres stops by to play a contrasting pair of the composer's popular etudes.
With an eight-piece band, the singer-songwriter brings her wry charm to the Tiny Desk.
The San Diego-based trio made its mark at the Tiny Desk with satin vocals and vintage melodies.
An 18-minute flex that proves the artist is the modern personification of funk.
The Polish pianist and composer blurs the lines of ambient, classical and house in this performance.
The U.K. singer-songwriter recasts four of her electro-pop songs in fresh arrangements.
The band's unique sound, driven by its peculiar blend of trumpet, winds and strings, seems like a compelling soundtrack for an age when music genres are becoming increasingly arbitrary.
The Rwandan group's determination to spread its musical message is an inspiration.
The Chihuahuan artist transfigures traditional Sinaloan instrumentation into folky new styles.
Sunny Jain's music promotes the idea of not just crossing boundaries but obliterating them all together.