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Battles, a band with a capital ‘B’

Back in 2008, when they released their third album Dear Science, the world was justifiably TV On The Radio’s to take. The album was a bold statement as to the waters in which rock music should tread—sonically and politically bold—and it was also enormously fun. 344 more words


Live Review: TV on the Radio Sow Their Seeds

TV on the Radio

Camden Roundhouse, London (30/08/15)

The first of their two London sets this summer found TV on the Radio at an odd juncture. 666 more words

The Music World

Screw Television, I Crave TV on the Radio

The morning after my wedding, I immediately purchased three recently released albums for the long, honeymoon road trip down to New Orleans: Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly… 338 more words

True Love: Music

The Mysterious Sound of TV On the Radio

I mentioned recently that one of the newer bands that I like a lot is TV On the Radio.  I might have included their new album… 1,055 more words

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


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


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