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Live Review: Youth Lagoon and Lady Lazarus at the Irenic, April 16, 2013


Youth Lagoon

Youth Lagoon defied expectations at their San Diego show



The Owl and Bear Podcast vol. 170


Pour me another drink and punch me in the face



Poetic Memory: KNESSET (List)


The art rockers take us to music video school



Album Review: Cut Copy – “Zonoscope”


Cut Copy have created one of 2011’s first genuinely exciting albums.



Poetic Memory: Dinosaur Feathers (List)


The Brooklyn band shares its top five car repairs to make while on tour.



Stop, Drop, and Rumble at Bar Pink – This Saturday


Whatever show plans you have for Saturday night, get rid of them.



Review: Caribou with Toro y Moi; May 20, 2010; Casbah, San Diego


Last Thursday at the Casbah, Caribou dropped a fat beat all over a late-night dance party.



Owl and Bear’s Top Albums of 2009


The gang gets hyperbolic.



Poetic Memory: Boy Without God (List)


Boy Without God

Fact: there are more albums in existence today than ever before, and, as more albums are released in the future, that number will most likely increase. We, the intrepid writers for Owl&Bear, stand at the frothy frontline of this constant deluge of new music, bravely filling buckets with the good stuff and presenting it as […]



Review: Animal Collective; September 25, 2007 at the Cannery Ballroom; Nashville, TN


Review: Animal Collective; September 25, 2007 at the Cannery Ballroom; Nashville, TN

So I went to see the Animal Collective play again, this time in Nashville as opposed to Birmingham, which cut the drive in half. But let me tell you something. I would have driven to Iceland to see these guys again. I’m typically a fairly cynical guy, but seeing these guys is almost a spiritual […]



Review: Animal Collective; May 28, 2007 at the Bottle Tree Cafe; Birmingham, AL


Animal Collective

Birmingham is four hours from where I stay, so I don’t often visit just to see any flavor-of-the-week indie rock band. Nope, if I’m gonna invest the time in an epic journey across state lines, time, and space, it’s going to have to be special. Last time, it was Califone, this time the Animal Collective. […]