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The March edition of our Monthly Mix series runs the gamut from South London mixtape hip-hop, to lady-baiting R&B, pop, to lady-fronted arpeggiated-vocal ukulele/sax funk. Or at least it runs that…   Read Story »
When Robin Pecknold has released solo material in the past it's been under his White Antelope moniker. Today's sneak-released three-song EP is credited simply to Robin Pecknold, tweeted from his…   Read Story »
In a few days the city's indie kids will make their way out to Coney Island for the Voice's annual Siren festival, chances are many of the same kids who made the trek last night to see Tweedy and Yo…   Read Story »
No secret we've been excited about this one for awhile. And as the band blogged, it's no secret that a transcode of the album is burning up torrent sites a bit earlier than anticipated. On the other…   Read Story »
Earlier this week the New York Times raised a few eyebrows with their profile on Dan Rossen's Department Of Eagles project. It's not surprising to see D.O.E. given such high-minded attention (they're…   Read Story »
Grizzly Bear began as the moniker for the nocturnal, lo-fi bedroom songcraft of Ed Droste in 2005, but the project has since expanded into a full fledged four person outfit.   Read Story »
Over the weekend, e-newsletter Thrillist sent 150 media folks to Las Vegas to drink and Twitter about their hangovers. Grizzly Bear's Ed Droste tagged along, and wrote about his Sin City weekend with…   Read Story »