TV on the Radio Spotify's Music Loves Art Ricochet Bar & Lounge Thursday, December 1, 2011 Better Than: A Big Mac. Last night, eating a double cheeseburger, drinking a Perrier, and considering trying Spotify's Kool-Aid, about two hundred people took iPhone pictures of TV on the Radio at R ... More >>
Photo by Marta Xochilt PerezTV on the Radio vocalist Tunde Adebimpe.TV on the Radio With Sorne 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 >>
While there's reason to rage against the media saturation inherent to the internet (e.g. too many chill/witch/triangle clone bands uploading from their bedrooms), you've got to celebrate the World Wide Web for the incomparable access it grants to musical worlds previously impossible to connect ... 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 >>
America's rock and roll nerds got put back in their place, and we all benefited.
In 2008, independent rock returned to the underground, where it belongs. Given the grand catastrophe that is today's record industry, most major-label executives don't have the time or energy to convince music fans they might like something a little out of the ordinary. They're too busy recycling v ... More >>
Dear Science (DGC/Interscope)
What's indie rock? Who cares? Ten great CDs that will blow you away, no matter your definition.
TV on the Radio break through the tedium to release one of the year's best albums
Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes (Touch and Go)