The Tiny Desk becomes a DJ booth for an office space dance party.
With her huge voice and an assist on trombone, Nika Roza Danilova offers up a curious combination.
The band strips down its electronic sound with the aid of a spaghetti strainer and a paint bucket.
With 23 members, the performance-art marching band is the biggest ever to play the Tiny Desk.
Reilly sings and plays guitar alongside Tom Brosseau and Lavender Diamond's Becky Stark.
The Nashville singer writes with acidic wit in lines worthy of his old mentor, Shel Silverstein.
Even without its confetti cannon, the band brings a fun mix of brass and brash to the NPR offices.
The producer presides over an all-instrumental, free-form trio with Brian Blade and Jim Wilson.
The Phish star was in town to put on a huge show, but the songs here feel more personal than that.
Watch our favorite hamsters play their twee-as-all-get-out holiday pop-punk song, "Snow Day."