The Dreamville supergroup hit the altar with a stirring four-song medley of selections from their 2020 album, Spilligion.
NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series is broke out of the at-home format this week with an appearance from Spillage Village.
Marking their debut with a four-song set, the Dreamville supergroup ran through stirring live renditions of four songs from their new album, Spilligion. With a massive band filling out the altar in a church, the performance commenced with “End of Daze,” which could double as a chopped and screwed edit of D’Angelo’s “Left & Right.” The show pushes forward with a fitting and fiery take on “Baptize,” before slipping into the twangy “Hapi,” and the pop-tinged album closer, “Jupiter.”
The performance follows recent installments of Tiny Desk with Ozuna, Jhene Aiko, Oddisee, and Conway The Machine, spanning a range of venues, including a diner and various home, as well as actual, studio settings.