By Andi Liao  LCD Soundsystem. A name most New Yorkers treat with utmost reverence. In a profound way, the band – James Murphy and crew – has breathed new life into what it means to be from New York. Sure, we’ve had our share of the Nationals, Interpols, Vampire Weekends and the countless scores of bands hailing, or claiming to hail, from this great city, but none have really showed the outsiders what we’re all about quite like LCD Soundsystem has. I grew up listening to the Talking Heads, Sonic Youth, the Ramones and the Velvet Underground. You know, the good stuff. The bands that really defined what music meant to us. Not since the great Jazz movement that began in the ‘20s and the obvious hometown shoutouts of my hip-hop heroes of youth, no artist – at least in the last 20 years – has really created something that…