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Live Review & Photos: Father John Misty at House of Blues, November 1, 2013

The prolific songwriter played solo to a talkative crowd

The Owl and Bear Podcast vol. 161 (Best of ’11 Edition)

I will still love you to death and I won’t ever forget how

Owl and Bear’s Best Albums of 2011

Spoiler alert: Radiohead’s not on here

Video: Fleet Foxes – “The Shrine/An Argument”

The band releases and epic animated video

Video: The Cave Singers – “Black Leaf”

The Seattle band plans a return to San Diego

Poetic Memory: Fitz and the Tantrums (List)

Sultry singer Noelle Scaggs lists her top 10 driving tunes

Poetic Memory: Great Power (List)

The San Diego folk rockers play the Che Cafe on Saturday

Live Review and Photos: Fleet Foxes and Cave Singers at Spreckels Theatre, May 6, 2011

Indie-rock flower children Fleet Foxes played to a sold-out Spreckels Theatre last Friday

Video: Fleet Foxes – “Grown Ocean”

Fleet Foxes are coming to San Diego

A Mighty Wind Blows In

The San Diego band comes storming out of the gate with a 2-disc, 23-song debut.

Owl and Bear’s Most Anticipated Albums of 2011

Will 2011 mark the return of the rock star?

Interview: Shout Out Louds

Let’s call this the comeback.

Shout Out Louds Get To ‘Work’ (Video)

Watch “Walls”, the first video from the forthcoming Shout Out Louds album Work.

Review: The Avett Brothers – I and Love and You

I and Love and You

The Avett Brothers are all about feeling. On Emotionalism, their last proper full length, the Avetts certainly didn’t shy away from feeling; they celebrated it. The songs from Emotionalism were mostly led by banjo, upright bass, occasional strings and the just-twangy-enough vocals of one or both brothers. Everything about that setup said these guys were […]

Owl and Bear’s Top Albums of 2008

Owl and Bear writers’ favorite albums of 2008.

Promise to Vote, and Get Free Wilco/Fleet Foxes

From The Onion’s Audio/Visual Club: The A.V. Club is delighted to point you to a free download of a new live collaboration between Wilco and Fleet Foxes, a cover of Bob Dylan’s “I Shall Be Released” which was recorded in Bend, OR on the recent Wilco tour. Wilco’s working with, “a nonpartisan, non-profit organization […]

The New Up – Broken Machine

It is often said that you don’t know what you have until it’s gone. But sometimes it goes the other way, and you don’t know what you’ve been missing until you finally get it. Certain bands strike a chord because they fill a void that the fan hadn’t even realized was there. Whether it be […]