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TV on the Radio

TV on the Radio are a trio that play atmospheric post-punk music. Mixing in elements of soul, R&B, and jazz the band creates something truly unique and interesting. The music is dark and atmospheric, yet TV on the Radio manage to mix in enough hooks and deep melodies so that things stay interesting. The music is mellow and relaxing, quirky horn lines, dark electronic effects, and smooth guitar lines. That's what this three man trio from Brooklyn is all about.

Similar Bands: Gnarls Barkley, Wolf Parade, Broken Social Scene, Vampire Weekend, Yeasayer

LPs
Seeds
2014

3.2
131 Votes
Nine Types of Light
2011

3.7
343 Votes
Dear Science
2008

4
792 Votes
Return to Cookie Mountain
2006

3.8
595 Votes
Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes
2004

3.8
267 Votes
EPs
New Health Rock
2004

3.5
25 Votes
Young Liars
2003

4.1
125 Votes
Compilations
Read Silence
2009

3
2 Votes
OK Calculator
2002

2.5
48 Votes

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