Yes, it’s true: on August 17, 2011 the Heineken billboard on Lafayette and Great Jones Streets in New York became occasionally perfect. Don’t believe us? Check this video out.
We Were One is the debut album by Columboid. Shattering orthodox approaches, their brand of brooding anthems are a cross between the heightened awareness of Nick Cave and the darkly sexy, throbbing keyboards and twisted party-times of TV On The Radio. [audio:http://www.la-soc.com/singlemp3s/Columboid_Statehoarders.mp3]
Maximum Balloon is the debut release from David Andrew Sitek (TV On The Radio). We have a prize pack to give away to five LAEM subscribers featuring the 7″ vinyl single Tiger, Groove Me single (feat. Theophilus London), and two Maximum Balloon red balloons! To enter, just tell us the city you’re in under this post.
A Time For Lions is the new album from the Portland based trio Stars of Track and Field. The album was produced by John King of the Dust Brothers (Beastie Boys, Beck, Linkin Park, Carlos Santana), along with Stars of Track and Field who co-produced 5 of the 11 tracks. We checked in with Kevin [...]
I love Kyp Malone. I’d love him even if he weren’t guitarist and singer for one of the best bands out there, TV On The Radio. See, Kyp’s just a rock solid, totally unpretentious, good guy. He gives good hugs. Our kids play together and have sleepovers. I had mostly forgotten that Kyp was a rock star.
We asked Paul Dempsey, the frontman of Australian indie-rock band, Something For Kate, about the music that inspired his own soon to be released solo album, and he started by propping Brooklyn group TV On The Radio‘s Dancing Choose: ‘This track has so much manic energy: buzzsaw synth-bass, mad shuffling drums and a rapid-fire lyrical [...]