Brian Josephs still thinks “DLZ” was that “heat for the streets.”  It’s tough describing TV on the Radio without bordering hyperbole. For almost a decade, the group has been making very familiar, yet complex concepts — death, love, carnal fucking — an articulate focus through a sonic expanse. Rock is a genre of catharsis and […]
Douglas Martin orders take out like nobody is watching. In the beginning, there was Young Liars. A lot of TV on the Radio reviews open with some variation of the same phrase, and for good reason. The immensely dense brick of guitar noise. The late night, dimly lit streets of pre-gentrification Williamsburg. The chemistry of […]
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