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Daniel Rossen, the man behind many of Grizzly Bear and Department Of Eagles' finest moments, and the child prodigy behind this insanely delightful Elvis impression, is releasing his proper solo debut…   Read Story »
Daniel Rossen, the Grizzly Bear member and Department Of Eagles frontman, is gearing up to release his debut solo EP. It's called Silent Hour/Golden Mile, and it's coming in a couple of months.…   Read Story »
Grizzly Bear's Chris Taylor, the man masquerading as CANT, has made a video for "Too Late, Too Far," one of the pheromone-soaked polyrhythmic slinkers from his debut solo LP Dreams Come True. The…   Read Story »
Though Feist's worldwide tour of Metals won't wrap up until next March, Leslie, tourmates Mountain Man and the gang took some time out to document the first leg with a Polaroid camera and film…   Read Story »
Though Feist played the CBC's 75th anniversary show about a month ago, only recently has the audio surfaced. So, on that note, here's Feist's duet rendition of Metals cut "Cicadas & Gulls" alongside…   Read Story »
Grizzly Bear's Dan Rossen produces this MP3 from BTW Family Band, recorded for Weathervane and WXPN's Shaking Through series of one-day song-recording documentaries. (Previously: Twin Sister, Reading…   Read Story »
CANT, the solo side project from Grizzly Bear member Chris Taylor, has already released debut album Dreams Come True; we posted his track "Believe." But Taylor isn't done releasing music. And below,…   Read Story »
It's CANT's live coming out party in NYC this week. At 1AM this morning, Grizzly Bear's Chris Taylor presented his (essentially) solo project's live-experience to an impressively packed Mercury Loung…   Read Story »
Grizzly Bear bassist/producer/vocalist/resident blond Chris Taylor releases his full-length debut LP this fall under the CANT moniker. The record comes on the back of his debut 7" "Ghosts"; both come…   Read Story »
New York just became the 6th largest state to approve same-sex marriage. Yes! The Senate bill passed 33-to-29, Governor Cuomo signed the measure shortly after, and the law goes into effect in 30…   Read Story »