Ian S. PortTV on the Radio at the Independent last night.TV on the Radio IO ECHOTuesday, May 10, 2011@ The IndependentBetter than: Must See TV What's great about a TV on the Radio show? Well, there's the fact, for better and occasionally for worse (mostly when the sound personnel aren't up to th ... More >>
TV on the RadioFrom SF Weekly's latest print music section: TV on the Radio: Nine Types of Light is also the first TV on the Radio album to be recorded away from the band's comfy boho surroundings in north Brooklyn. And then some: The band decamped to a mall-based studio near Rodeo Drive th ... More >>
Jim Jones wants those fucking transistors out of his amplifier. No surprise that SXSW -- a four-day confab of cool kids, corporate sleaze, would-be famous people, and free booze -- leads to some pretty outrageous jaw-flapping. Here, 10 of the most memorable quotes we heard at SXSW this year."I im ... More >>
After releasing a few highly touted albums with his band TV on the Radio, and producing a couple more for the likes of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Scarlett Johansen, and Foals, Dave Sitek must find it difficult to distance himself from his particular sonic stylings and usual bag of trademark production tricks. ... More >>
By Michael Roberts 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'r ... More >>
Well, lots of things, actually
TV on the Radio keeps a social conscience
Though difficult to nail down, TV on the Radio's debut is unmistakably genius.
Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes
TV on the Radio: Add a pinch of electro, a gallon of guitar fuzz, and...Peter Gabriel?