Radio 4 (band)

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Radio 4
Origin Brooklyn, New York, USA
Genres Dance-punk
Post-punk revival
Punk rock
Years active 1999–present
Labels Astralwerks
Associated acts Garden Variety
Members Anthony Roman
Greg Collins
P.J. O'Connor
Dave Milone
Past members Gerard Garone
Anthony Rizzo
Tommy Williams

Radio 4 is an American Dance-punk based in Brooklyn, New York. Formed in 1999, they claim their music is "made in New York, is about New York, and sounds like New York".

The band is a five-piece, comprising Anthony Roman (Vocals/Bass) (formerly of Garden Variety), David Milone (Vocals/Guitar) (who replaced original guitarist/singer Tommy Williams in 2005), Gerard Garone (Keyboards), Greg Collins (Drums), and P.J. O'Connor (Percussion), until April 2008 when Gerard Garone left the band.

The band was originally a trio, comprising Anthony Roman, Tommy Williams and Greg Collins.

They cite a variety of influences, including Gang of Four, Mission of Burma, Primal Scream and Zero Zero, though their lively punk sound combined with their militant political stance inevitably draws a strong comparison with The Clash.

Their name comes from a Public Image Ltd. song from that group's second album, which is itself a reference to BBC Radio 4.





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