Tv On The Radio


No wonder why they won the Shortlist Prize this year...I can't find the words to describe this music, I recommend it though...

>>By CHARLOS   (Wednesday, 15 Dec 2004 02:22)

If you like a unique vocalist (actually 2 of them) then give this a listen. Unique hooks and catchy progressions lodge their songs firmly in your head. Slow and rythmic to start, with overwhelming vocals, build to a casual intesity - if there is such a thing. If you have listened to Junior Boys or perhaps wanted a darker take on Broken Social Scene, maybe this will work. Notable songs include "Staring at the Sun" and "Young Liars".


>>By Johnny L   (Sunday, 5 Feb 2006 22:33)

Any news from Europe on Return To Cookie Mountain?
Unfortunately, it won't be out until August in the US.
I've listened to their new song with David Bowie and a couple of other very good tunes, but how's the rest of the album?

>>By CHARLOS   (Sunday, 9 Jul 2006 07:11)

What a bizarre thing...."TV on the radio" used to be the catchphrase of BBC radios ' "Rock DJ" Tommy Vance whose show I remember listening to avidly as kid on Friday nights, keeping the volume down so as not to disturb my parents, and trying to keep awake til midnight after a long week writing on slate at school or working as a chimney sweep (OK, OK..... part of that might be a bit fanciful ;) )

>>By planet ear   (Sunday, 9 Jul 2006 10:24)

It's been recieved quite well so far by music reviews:

"Maybe that's why this album has such an incredible pull: It doesn't make an atmosphere so much as a space to spend time in, and Adebimpe doesn't become a narrator so much as a witness."

And given a 9 out of 10. But it will never be heard on any radio station here. Is that good or bad?

>>By Johnny L   (Sunday, 9 Jul 2006 17:35)

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