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The Owl and Bear Podcast vol. 180


The lessons of the past were all learned with workers’ blood

Live Review: Lucinda Williams and Doug Pettibone at the Belly Up, January 9, 2013

Lucinda Williams

The songwriter and her guitarist played a rare show without a backing band

Video Premiere: The Burning of Rome – “Ballad of an Onion Sprout”

The Burning of Rome

We premiere the new video from one of San Diego’s most adventurous bands

The Owl and Bear Podcast vol. 167

Haven’t we paid our dues?

Video Premiere: The Silent Comedy – “Purple Heart”

The Silent Comedy

The San Diego band gives us the first look at its latest video

The Silent Comedy Join Edward Sharpe, Fruit Bats, Josh Ritter for Dave Matthews Band Caravan

The local favorites go from foot stomping to ants marching.

Interview: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

We chew the fat with Edwarde Sharpe’s skinny front man.

Bonnaroo 2010, Part 2: Friday & Saturday

Who knew jumbotrons could give birth?

O&B’s Guide to Bonnaroo 2010, Part 2: Who to See

In the second installment of our two-part guide, we give our picks for Bonnaroo’s must-see acts.

Coachella 2010: An O&B How-To

Our picks for the must-see bands at this year’s Coachella festival.

Owl and Bear’s Top Albums of 2009

The gang gets hyperbolic.

Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros – ‘Kisses Over Babylon’ (Video)

Edward Sharpe

Because good things always come in twelves.

Review: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros; November 3, 2009; Belly Up Tavern, San Diego

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes - November 3, 2009

Alex Ebert sure does like to reinvent himself. First a rapper, then the flamboyant front man for the goofy post-glam Ima Robot, Ebert has reformed himself once again—this time as the messianic mastermind behind Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. In the persona of Edward Sharpe, he presides over a dedicated troupe of musicians/followers who […]

Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros on Letterman (Video)

Remember that band Ima Robot, who had that catchy song “Dynomite” way back in 2003? Yeah, me neither. However, I won’t be forgetting former Ima singer Alex Ebert and his new band Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros. Talk about a 180: he’s gone from an indie/punk/dance band to a down-home folk collective that makes […]