One must be wary of expectations. When one has set a bar too high or has hyped up something too much, the object in question can get distorted in its value. When it comes to TV on the Radio’s latest work Seeds it didn’t necessarily meet fan’s expectations. For the avant-garde art rock group, this album seemed to be some of their most stripped down and accessible work to date. Yet, when looking deeper into Seeds, it becomes increasingly apparent that even this band’s “worst” record is still an excellent body of music. Even in accessibility, TV on the Radio’s sound remains as engaging, idiosyncratic, and unique as ever.