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DAY 16: AMSTERDAM

DAY 16: AMSTERDAM

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The YouTube video DAY 16: AMSTERDAM by the YouTube channel Marc Rebillet.

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Liana Flores – Rises The Moon

Rises The Moon

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The song Rises The Moon by Liana Flores from the EP / music album Recently.

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Released on: 2019-04-10

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Brittany Davis: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

Brittany Davis: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

What Is It?

The YouTube video Brittany Davis: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert by the YouTube channel NPR Music.

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The Tiny Desk is working from home for the foreseeable future. Introducing NPR Music’s Tiny Desk (home) concerts, bringing you performances from across the country and the world. It’s the same spirit — stripped-down sets, an intimate setting — just a different space.

Stephen Thompson | April 13, 2022
It’s a testament to Brittany Davis that this Tiny Desk home show feels like a true live concert — one with real live energy, as if it’s playing out in front of a massive crowd you can’t quite see or hear. It’s hard to replicate the spirit of the Tiny Desk outside of the NPR offices: You don’t get the visual sense of place, you don’t get NPR engineers managing the sound mix onsite, and you don’t get the exchange of energy between musicians and audience members who are often excitedly discovering your music for the first time. Still, this set swims in that much-missed alchemy where everyone in a given room is carried forward by the same sounds.

A blind, Black, nonbinary musician from Seattle, Davis presides over a backing band that features six hard-hitting women. Together, they fuse rock, soul, hip-hop, pop and R&B in four songs — all drawn from Davis’ debut EP, I Choose to Live — that teem with insights about identity, injustice, authenticity, motivation and power. Each song in this set moves at a different pace, from the righteous hip-hop fury of “I Choose to Live” to the plaintive slow burn of “Loud Loud World.” But all four convey a clear sense of purpose.

Davis is signed to Loosegroove Records, the hometown label co-founded by Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard, and Gossard has already figured prominently in Davis’ career: The two share a supergroup called Painted Shield, which also features folksinger Mason Jennings and drummer Matt Chamberlain. If this set is any indication, Davis may well become the biggest name of them all.

SET LIST
“I Choose to Live”
“Loud Loud World”
“Pink Flowers”
“Madd”

MUSICIANS
Brittany Davis: vocals, keys
Divinity Roxx: bass
Queen Cora Coleman: drums
Kat Dyson: guitar
Marina Albero: keys, soundscape
Marissa Garret: backup vocals/soprano
Darla Rae: backup vocals/alto

CREDITS
Director, 1st camera: Bootsy Holler
Director of photography, 2nd camera: Niffer Calderwood
Editor, 3rd camera: Dan Thornton
Documentary videographer: Drake Gordon

AUDIO TEAM:
Lead engineer: Josh Evans
1st assistant engineer: Jon Roberts
2nd assistant engineer: Chris Mosher

PRODUCTION TEAM:
Producer: Om Johari
Production assistant: Stephanie Allison
Executive producer: Regan Hagar
Producer: Billie Jean Sarullo
Executive producer/runner: Stone Gossard

TINY DESK TEAM
Producer: Bob Boilen
Video Producer: Michael Zamora
Audio Mastering: Josh Rogosin
Tiny Production Team: Bobby Carter, Kara Frame, Joshua Bryant, Maia Stern, Ashley Pointer
Executive Producer: Keith Jenkins
Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann

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Tiny Desk Meets SXSW: KAINA

Tiny Desk Meets SXSW: KAINA

What Is It?

The YouTube video Tiny Desk Meets SXSW: KAINA by the YouTube channel NPR Music.

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Every year, NPR Music participates in the SXSW music festival, whether it’s curating a stage or simply attending hundreds of shows at the annual event in Austin, Texas. In 2020, the festival was canceled due to the pandemic, but it returned last March as an online festival. We programmed a virtual “stage” of Tiny Desk (home) concerts in 2021 in a series called Tiny Desk Meets SXSW. This year we return again, virtually, with another round of Tiny Desk Meets SXSW: four videos filmed in various locations, all of them full of surprises.

Anamaria Sayre | March 22, 2022
Setting the scene with a winding tour of the jam-packed gathering of musicians in a mystical recreation of her childhood casita, Chicago-based singer KAINA offers her Tiny Desk (home) concert viewer a temporally unhinged invitation to come over to her house after school.

It doesn’t take much to imagine what it was like in the vocalist’s childhood home: salsa bouncing off the walls, arepas flowing from the kitchen, no one allowed to go home unfed (thanks in part to her Venezuelan and Guatemalan parents). KAINA is channeling that same casita-born energy into her performance here. She opens the performance with the title track to her new album, “It Was a Home,” a twinkly piece complete with nostalgic riffs and soft percussion. She mentions that she was featured in Saba’s 2018 Tiny Desk, but this is her first time owning the performance herself — and she hardly takes a beat after the song is over to bask in the glory of her center-stage experience before she takes her time naming every person on stage – and off – who built the 15-minute performance. Moving on to her upbeat, zanier number, “Apple,” she brings more “friends” (instrumentalists, vocalists and puppets included) on screen for the performance. Closing with a full-bodied, chorally-backed performance of “Casita,” she once again takes the time to give the voices around her equal space alongside her own.

But her community – these featured musicians, the city of Chicago, Latinas across the country – aren’t the only people she’s elevating here. She’s using this space, her casita and this moment in her career to speak to her inner child, as she describes in “It Was a Home.” She’s assuring her that when she’s all grown up she’ll use her voice to shine a light on her casita, beseeching the entire world to marvel at its beauty.

SET LIST
“It Was a Home”
“Apple”
“Casita”

MUSICIANS
KAINA: vocals
Michael Hilger: keyboards
Sen Morimoto: keyboard, vocals
Ryan Person: drums
Brian Sanborn: guitar
Quinn Cochran: guitar, vocals
Michael Cantella: bass
Background Vocalists: NNAMDÏ, Paige Pohlad, Kara Jackson

CREDITS
Directed & Produced by: Bitchcraft Collective
Cinematographer: Matt Hatleberg
Edited by: Jack Cronin
Audio: Brok Mende
Puppeteers: Frances Farlee, Ashley De La Torre, Quinn Regan, Izzi Vasquez
Producer: Kaleb Eisenmann
Executive Producers: Saró & Matt Hatleberg
Co-Directors: Kaden Maloney & Rachel Cole
UPM: Alexis Vergara
1st Assistant Director: Erica Martens
Set Designers: Kaden Maloney, Rachel Cole & Alexis Vergara
Steadicam Operator: Brian Delisi
B Cam Operator: Luciana Salinas
1st Assistant Camera: Doug Birch
Gaffer: Ted Holmwood
Key Grip: Chris “Skoach” Owsiany
Colorist/DIT: Spencer Hagerman
Friends of Friends Recording

Special Thanks:
Bryan Casallo
Pogi Studios
Camera Ambassador
Atlas Lighting
Magnanimous Media
Josh Jones

TINY DESK TEAM
Producer: Bob Boilen
Video Producer: Joshua Bryant
Audio Mastering: Josh Rogosin
Tiny Production Team: Bobby Carter, Kara Frame, Maia Stern, Ashley Pointer
Executive Producer: Keith Jenkins
Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann

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