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Live Session (iTunes Exclusive) - EP

TV on the Radio

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The other TV On The Radio

AS I had always suspected, TVOTR are a completely different beast live. Having see them on their last tour with SUBTLE (by the way, another greal studio and live band) they just completely cleaned the place up. These guys have definitly made their sound bigger and better with the bigger line up. These guys still use all that is art punk blended with R&B and continue to make it bigger and better. Afro Jazz, shoe gazing, indie dance tunes are blended up and spit out new and fresh remakes of faves from their catalog. Simply incredible. THey just keep getting better...

OMG! More live TVOTR!

You need to see this band live. That's it, it's something you must do. It's more than a show... it's an experience and this 5 track EP attempts to capture the energy of their live performance. Does it do an adequate job? That's not for mortals to decide. Just listen and feel the experience. You will not be disappointed.

tv on the radio is the best band ever

with all of this horrible mainstream music selling all of the records, getting all of the airtime and getting all the pubilictly, you cant help but wonder why bands like tv on the radio aren't getting any of the airtime or pubilictly that people like pink do. if you listen to wolf like me than any pink song, you notice a slight differnce it haw good the songs are. so sad. in 15 years people will realized how good tv on the radio is


Formed: 2001 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Brooklyn-based group TV on the Radio mix post-punk, electronic, and other atmospheric elements in such a creative way that it only makes sense that their core duo, vocalist Tunde Adebimpe and multi-instrumentalist/producer David Andrew Sitek, are both visual artists as well as musicians. Adebimpe is a graduate of NYU's film school and specializes in stop-motion animation, which his Brothers Quay-like video for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs single...
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