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Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers perform a Tiny Desk Concert on Sept. 15, 2017. (Christina Ascani/NPR)NPRhide caption

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Steve Martin And The Steep Canyon Rangers

It's hard to think of an artist who's brought more joy to more people, across more generations – and in more ways – than Steve Martin.

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Giant Claw's Mecha-Chamber Music Will Rewire Your Senses

Keith Rankin's biomorphic compositions are covered in steel, but made with a beating heart... you know, like RoboCop. Sabrina Ratté creates surreal digital vistas for "Soft Channel 006."

Bomba Estereo performs a Tiny Desk Concert at NPR's Washington, D.C., headquarters on Aug. 18, 2017.Emily Bogle/NPR/NPRhide caption

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Bomba Estereo

Bomba Estereo is not known as a hushed band. Member Simon Mejia said this Tiny Desk performance was the group's quietest, a stripped-down treatment that illustrates the inherent quality of the music.

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SsingSsing

It's safe to say this Korean, cross-dressing rock band looks and sounds like no one who's ever performed at the Tiny Desk.

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'When You Gonna Get A Real Job?': Philip Glass And Devonté Hynes Compare Notes

Watch the two musicians, nearly 50 years apart in age, talk about the pains of striking out on your own, the pulse of New York, and the role of the artist today. Plus about a hundred other ideas.

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Watch Jamila Woods Perform 'HEAVN,' Shrouded In Blue Velvet

Before her show at New York's PUBLIC ARTS venue, the rising R&B star played a stripped-down version of the title track of her debut record for our Night Owl series.

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Perfume Genius' Crowd Can Dance

The artist asked fans to submit videos of their choreographed interpretations of his song "Wreath," from which he compiled a touching, diverse video.