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Keep It In Your Pants TV On The Radio: Audio Oysters

Find Keep My Heart?  Good luck, the song is called "Keep Your Heart" a deep bassy thunk thunk chain ganging beat sing along by TV on The Radio.
This is the song that you never really hear in a club but you identify only from its absurdly deep bass intro- there's your early hook. 
 
 So you will listen somewhat woozy in your stomach cuz that's what a bad bass line will do to you.  Not quite low enough to electrify your erogenous zones so to speak but that's what its for, its the thrust beat.  Anyone who says differently is wrong- the bass is the phallus of rock and roll and TV on The Radio got a big one.
 
Does size matter?
Well, yeah it does.
 
 Cuz the bigger the bass the bigger the vibe and the bigger the vibration the happier the fan.
But I gotta say they can keep my heart if they want cuz that for sure wasn't the win song in the handful I tossed around."No Future Shock' was the 10 card for me.  It gave me just enough head spin with vibe to feel like a good night on a filthy dance floor ending up with the walk of shame.  Been there, this one brought it back right down to the smeary eyeliner.
 
They're inconsistent in a good way going from sounding like Seal, yeah Mr, Heidi Klumm, to some what of a emo whine to that wtf tribal bird call moogy haunt in "New Cannonball Blues", this band is a grind your ass into your boyfriends crotch invoker.  Theres no dance to this this is sex with wires and nothing more.  The lyrics are pretty whacked but you wont really hear them cuz you'll be gasping.   
 
Not quite porn background music but this would make a nun blush.
 
The don't suck, they're dirty hipsters. 

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