In further celebration of the 25th anniversary of Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).
The indie rock supergroup graces the quiet corners of NPR’s Tiny Desk for a soothing, comforting twelve-minute set.
Three-song appearance featured selections from last year’s High as Hope and 2015’s How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.
The Chicago-based rapper rolled out “Busy/Sirens”, “Logout”, and “Heaven All Around Me/Life”, with accompaniment from his father, Chandlar.
The neo-soul legend performs tracks from her first two studio albums.
Our Live Act of the Year performs “New York”, “Los Ageless”, and “Slow Disco”.
Billy Corgan performs Ogilala tracks and a Smashing Pumpkins classic for NPR Tiny Desk Concert: Watch
All while bundled up in a down jacket and thick scarf.
Stripped-down versions of “Hard Times”, “26”, and “Fake Happy”.
Chicago’s finest covers “They Won’t Go When I Go” and also performs a mellowed version of “Juke Jams”.
Reunited shoegaze icons will return for a new round of dates before year’s end.
A mix of new cuts “3WW” and “In Cold Blood” with two older songs.
David Byrne defends federally funded arts programs: “It is by far one of the best investments the government can make”
President Trump recently announced plans to strip funding of the NEA, NEH, and Corporation for Public Broadcasting.