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Clem Snide's Eef Barzelay performs a Tiny Desk Concert at the NPR Music offices. i

This is Eef Barzelay performing his Tiny Desk Concert. Like everyone else who's ever been on All Songs Considered, he'll eventually pop up on the amazing new All Songs 24/7 Music Channel. Mito Habe-Evans/NPR hide caption

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Clem Snide's Eef Barzelay performs a Tiny Desk Concert at the NPR Music offices.

This is Eef Barzelay performing his Tiny Desk Concert. Like everyone else who's ever been on All Songs Considered, he'll eventually pop up on the amazing new All Songs 24/7 Music Channel.

Mito Habe-Evans/NPR

Just when I think NPR Music has unleashed the coolest things it's ever going to deliver (such as great bands performing eight feet from my desk), it comes up with something I like even more.

They've just launched the All Songs 24/7 Music Channel, which consists of a stream of every song they've ever played in 10 years of All Songs Considered. No, really. It's basically NPR Music Radio, which is a "Santa got my letter" moment, as far as I'm concerned. You can sit at your computer and let it entertain you (as I am doing right now), or you can take it with you using the NPR Music app.

Don't tell them I said so, but it's a real embarrassment of riches over there.

(No, don't tell them! They did not solicit this post, and I am trying to maintain my cool sense of detachment.)

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