An oldie but a goodie: Daniel Rossen playing a cover of “Too Little, Too Late” by JoJo live for The New Yorker Speakeasy on Valentine’s Day 2009
Chris Taylor and Daniel Rossen of Grizzly Bear - Asbury Park, NJ - 2009
Grizzly Bear is teaming up with Brian Eno and Nicolas Jaar for a Record Store Day release.
throwing it back oldschool part II
throwing it back oldschool
An old live session + interview that I resurfaced from AOL’s The Interface podcast in 2006
- On a Neck, On a Spit
- Little Brother
Click here to read an interview with Kris Moyes, director of Grizzly Bear’s “gun-shy” video
“What inspires and interests me is a solid idea that resonates with people and has the capacity to tap into some sort of emotional state. It’s interesting you telling me that when you had shown the video to your friends, some of them would grimace or wince. I think that change in facial expression is really good feedback - isn’t that why filmmakers do what they do? To evoke some sort of emotional response? Sometimes you just need the effects to present the idea and get that response.”
Menswear line Shipley & Halmos relaunched their website today with a new editorial section S&H journal, featuring an interview with Chris Bear and the previously posted video and the chopped and screwed “Plans” remix.
(Click here) for the interview, featuring touring rituals, what music he’s into currently and his favorite Grizzly Bear videos.
Chris Bear talks drum roll techniques and world records with S&H journal.
“Plans” Chopped Up, Not Slopped Up remix by Chris Bear
James Murphy, Ed Droste and Chris Bear (no further caption needed)
Chris Bear and some robots in Tokyo, Japan
Grizzly Bear on the cover of Blurt Magazine