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Nobody in music is making much money these days. We know that. Everybody knows that. Nobody buys music, and the very idea that we shouldn't download the stuff for free is sort of a generational…   Read Story »
Lately, we seem to be having on-weeks and off-weeks for videos, and this was an off-week. Last week brought a deluge, and this week, things have slowed down a bunch. But even in the off-weeks, there…   Read Story »
In the new clip for Grizzly Bear's "Yet Again," a female figure skater follows a strange path post-practice, beginning an adventure through a carnival and the woods that ultimately leads to madness.…   Read Story »
Last night, Grizzly Bear performed at Radio City Music Hall in support of their terrific new album, Shields. It was the band's first time performing at the venerable NYC venue, a perfect setting for…   Read Story »
Tomorrow is National Voter Registration Day, and the non-partisan group HeadCount is taking action by hosting registration events in 30 cities. Alongside that push comes a social campaign featuring…   Read Story »
It's not to say that the Album Of The Week selection for this second week of September has always been a foregone conclusion. This slate on September 18th is actually full of great efforts by a broad…   Read Story »
Tomorrow, Grizzly Bear release their dizzily complex, already-loved new album Shields. And on Friday night, the band stopped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon and played "Sleeping Ute," the album's…   Read Story »
As far as being a band in 2012 goes, Grizzly Bear has it pretty good. Critical darlings aren't often financially successful as artists and vice-versa. Yet, the Brooklyn troupe has spent the past…   Read Story »
Yesterday, Grizzly Bear took to WNYC's Soundcheck series to play some new cuts from the forthcoming Shields, including previous singles "Sleeping Ute" and "Yet Again." Watch the performance…   Read Story »
Next week, Grizzly Bear drop their sprawling, ambitious, feverishly anticipated follow-up to Veckatimest. The early tracks from Shields were all enormously promising: "Sleeping Ute," "Yet Again,"…   Read Story »