The young English singer brings warmth to electronic music and a swooning quality to her own pop.
The singer's lyrics reflect deeply felt emotions in this performance with cellist Daniel de Jesus.
Stokes' songs feel familiar; they're old friends before you're done hearing them for the first time.
James Snyder's euphoric punk anthems become raw and uplifting confessionals in this acoustic set.
In a beautifully stark performance, the band plays two songs from Kintsugi and two older favorites.
Performed softly in the light of day, these three songs feel fresh and lovable.
Tiny Desk Concert with Anonymous 4 on March 4.
The a cappella quartet, with banjo and fiddle, offers popular songs from the Civil War era.
Before the wide-ranging band plays, the audience sings "Happy Birthday" to mandolinist Chris Thile.
The duo plays visionary Beethoven, heartbreaking Janáček and Glass that unfolds like a lullaby.
The singer beat out nearly 7,000 other submissions to win NPR Music's Tiny Desk Concert Contest.