Even after 27 years, four albums, and a few line-up changes,
Jane's Addiction is holding on strong.
In fact, Perry Farrell and company's latest album, The Great Escape Artist, made it to the third spot on Billboard rock chart. So rather than kick the habit in
2012, these '90s alt-rock gods are k ... More >>
Photo by Marta Xochilt PerezTV on the Radio vocalist Tunde Adebimpe.TV on the Radio
Fillmore Miami Beach
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Better Than: Being blinded by Nine Types of Light.
On the one hand, this past year's been a really tough one for arty Brooklyn indie band TV on the Radio ... More >>
Even if Tunde Adebimpe has never been a household name, TV on the Radio, the band he formed with David Sitek in 2001, has persevered and thrived longer than many of their more conventional brethren. By putting out one fully realized musical art project after another, the New York group kept criti ... More >>
Have you've seen (or, well, heard) Nine Types of Light? It's the new-ish album by Brooklyn's TV on the Radio and it's so blindingly brilliant that if a weak-eyed, sensitive-eared indie kid such as yourself isn't very, very, very careful (i.e. UV-shield sunglasses and silicone), he or she could e ... More >>
Photo by Ian WitlenTo view a slideshow of photos from the show, click here.Holly MirandaWith Tegan and SaraSunset Cove AmphitheaterFebruary 21, 2010Better Than: Having to brave a bunch of Brooklyn hHipsters for some true New York cool The Review:Had Holly Miranda heard that I came ... More >>
Photo by Sebastian MlynarskiHolly MirandaVocally, Detroit-born, Brooklyn-based neo-pop folk songstress Holly Miranda might bring to mind Chann Marshall. But mood-wise she's got much more in common with, say, American dream pop duo Azure Ray. Both find solace in sleep, and the things that go bump in ... More >>
Brooklyn's Telepathe has been creating a stir for a little over a year now. Made up of Melissa Livaudais and Busy Gangnes, the duo's synth-heavy, atmospheric pop is reminiscent of TV on the Radio, just really girly and not as full-sounding. (TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek produced Dance Mother, Tel ... More >>