TV On The Radio

By Marcus Kagler

TV on the Radio was still gestating when New York City became an indie rock hot bed around the year 2000. In hindsight, missing out on The Strokes bandwagon or the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s hype machine and certainly the abysmal foe-art electroclash dance party, was probably the best thing that could have happened to such a belligerently high concept/ high art rock band like the Brooklyn based quintet. Reveling in dense swaths of electronics, waves of guitar distortion, and the surreal poetry of singer Tunde Adebimpe, TV on the Radio are hardly radio friendly.  Since their inception in... Read More

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