Someone should buy me a scanner so I don't have to resort to taking photographs of magazine covers. Speaking of magazine covers, TV on the Radio is on the cover of the latest issue of dIW magazine. You can subscribe to this great magazine here. Here are a few highlights for your reading enjoyment.
On signing with Interscope records:
I don't believe in indie-anything anymore...there is no such thing as a sell-out. It's a joke. And besides, in my mind, indie just means 'half-assed.'
On leaving Touch and Go records:
When I was growing up, yes, I really believed in Touch & Go, but I also believed I could be an astronaut or president. Things change over time. We saw so much avarice and greed and deception after the release of (Desperate Youth), and we go so tired of it.
The band also talks about breaking into the mainstream, the leak of Cookie Mountain and a host of other topics. It's a great read and the issue is loaded with great interviews. Get your copy here.