Tiny Desk Intimate concerts, recorded live at the desk of All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen.

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Florist

Emily Sprague performs three quiet, delicate songs in the NPR Music offices with help from members of New York's Epoch collective.

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Peter Frampton

Forty years after the classic album Frampton Comes Alive!, Peter Frampton brings his songs and his voice (but no talk box) to the Tiny Desk. We couldn't help but sing along.

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Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds

The New York band's punchy horn section, bluesy vocals and uniquely transformative harmonica solos instantly demand attention.

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Julia Holter

The most minute details suddenly become a grandiose spectacle in Julia Holter's cosmic cabaret. Her new arrangements at the NPR Music offices unravel amid moments of both quiet and bombast.

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Benjamin Clementine

There are intimate moments of revelation in Clementine's immersive, breathtaking performance, recorded live in the NPR Music offices.

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Seratones

The Louisiana band takes gospel into the garage, and what comes out is fiery rock 'n' roll. Watch Seratones perform three songs in the NPR Music offices.

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Palehound

Ellen Kempner and her band perform three tense and evocative songs from last year's Dry Food, set amid the pin-drop silence of a rapt crowd.

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Mothers

Mothers' members chose a few of their slowest, most languid and fragile songs to perform in the NPR Music offices.

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PWR BTTM

The queer, glammy, wildly dressed duo has a keen sense of mischief and a gift for honest, punk-infused, tongue-in-cheek pop gems. Watch PWR BTTM perform four songs in the NPR Music offices.

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Ane Brun

The Norwegian singer-songwriter isn't afraid to face her demons. Watch Brun play three new songs, each of which speaks to newfound freedom and fresh opportunities.

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Anthony Hamilton

The soul star, his backup singers in The Hamiltones, and his band visit the NPR Music offices to perform "Amen," followed by three songs that have defined his career.

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Tedeschi Trucks Band

Singer-guitarist Susan Tedeschi and guitarist Derek Trucks celebrate the blues, jazz and much more.

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Graham Nash

In a short set that spans 50 years, the CSNY veteran's voice resonates and cuts to the core.

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Gaelynn Lea

Watch the singer and violinist who stood out from 6,000-plus entries in NPR's Tiny Desk Contest. Gaelynn Lea performs two of these four songs with fellow Duluth, Minn., musician Alan Sparhawk of Low.