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Lo Moon: Tiny Desk Concert

The LA band's signature sound is intimate and demonstrative, haunting yet uplifting, an old-fashioned rock beat under glimmering guitar and keys. And at the Tiny Desk, it was at ease.
Lo Moon performs a Tiny Desk Concert on Nov. 8, 2017 (Christina Ascani/NPR). Source: Christina Ascani

They drove into the NPR garage crammed into an extended cargo van, 9 feet tall, instruments and luggage crammed all the way to the ceiling. They didn't use

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