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TV on the Radio, Live at the Crystal Ballroom

Over the course of more than a decade and five albums into their career, there is still no band like TV on the Radio.  They are… 800 more words

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Sow seeds, reap harvest

The narrative seems straightforward enough. Band releases low-key follow-up to a strident, populist career-best. One of the band passes, tragically, nine days after the album’s launch. 543 more words

Music

LIVE: Seeds // TV on the Radio

Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, TV on the Radio is an indie rock band that’s been around for over a decade.

Formed in 2001 by the band’s core lineup –  Tunde Adebimpe (vocals/loops), David Andrew Sitek (guitars/keyboards/loops), Kyp Malone (vocals/guitars/bass/loops), Jaleel Bunton (drums/vocals/loops/guitars), and Gerard Smith (bass/keyboards), who died of lung cancer in 2011, TV on the Radio was a fairly obscure band until the release of their third studio album “Dear Science” in 2008. 582 more words

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Review: TV on the Radio - Seeds

It’s almost absurd that I have waited this long to formally write up a review of Seeds considering how often I have listened to it since it was released last month.   739 more words

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[16] TV On The Radio, 'Careful You'

How Brooklyn math-rock scuzz-punks TV On The Radio have smartened up their act. New album Seeds is clean, sharp and somewhat sentimental – but no worse than Desperate Youth or Return To Cookie Mountain. 122 more words

2014 Top 20 Singles

Like a Lot of People Wanting More

Another one of my most anticipated albums of 2014 dropped last week, but this is the first one to be a true disappointment. Before I begin I would encourage you to listen to the record before you read my reaction to it. 572 more words

Flavour Of The Week

TV on the Radio - Seeds

by Patrick Williams

TV on the Radio’s music has pretty much always been a grab bag of sorts. Their albums are predominantly stimulating, but they contain certain tracks that are dull enough to temporarily throw off the mood (see “Province” on Return to Cookie Mountain). 434 more words

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