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CocoRosie | Grey Oceans

Freak-folk fans disappointed by the relative accessibility of recent efforts by Devendra Banhart and Joanna Newsom should check out CocoRosie’s latest.
Sub Pop (2010)
By MIKAEL WOOD  |  May 21, 2010

Photos: TV on the Radio at House of Blues

TV on the Radio at House of Blues
TV on the Radio, live at the House of Blues, June 4, 2009
By ERIC BAUMANN  |  June 05, 2009

Hard act to follow

Shortly after Dirty Projectors completed their mind-blowing set opening up for TV on the Radio at the House of Blues, vocalists and multi-instrumentalists Angel Deradoorian and Amber Coffman came back on stage.
TV on the Radio + Dirty Projectors, live at House of Blues, June 4, 2009
By RYAN STEWART  |  June 05, 2009

Hit the deck

It's not that Celebration were ever a bad fit for 4AD. The echo-chamber organs, the tribal drumming, and the caterwauling vocals of Katrina Ford added up to a kind of desert-peyote and fringed-suede-jacket version of the more twisted stuff in the label'
Celebration's future is in the cards
By MATT PARISH  |  May 08, 2009

From two to five

At their inception, they were two: singer Tunde Adebimpe and musician/producer David Sitek.
TV on the Radio, Paradise Rock Club, October 14, 2006
By MATTHEW GASTEIER  |  October 16, 2006

TV on the Radio

Fearful that a major-label deal has ironed the kinks out of this Brooklyn-based collective?
Return To Cookie Mountain | Interscope
By MATT ASHARE  |  October 10, 2006


Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV on the Radio

The sun had started to set, the heat of the day has lost its grip on the city, and thousands – 10, 12, 15 thousand — were filing peacefully into City Hall Plaza long before the headlining Yeah Yeah Yeahs were due to take the stage. Slideshow: Yeah Yeah
City Hall Plaza, August 10, 2006
By MATT ASHARE  |  August 11, 2006


Like other East Coast indie-rock outfits such as Blonde Redhead and the Walkmen, Baltimore’s Celebration reflect their city’s tense energy with moody minor chords and complex rhythms that lurch and rattle like mass transit after midnight.
By MIKAEL WOOD  |  January 17, 2006


Katrina Ford, Karen O-ish with bangs in her face, shimmied, shook, shuddered, and shrieked both on and off stage.
Siren songs
By WILL SPITZ  |  January 13, 2006