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GRIZZLY BEAR

Photo Gallery: Harvest Festival - Brisbane (18.11.12)

Harvest Festival wound up for the year in Brisbane's Botanic Gardens. Heath Carney braved the rain, hail, lightning and sunshine to capture it for us. Pictured: The Dandy Warhols.

Harvest Festival Sideshows Announced!

If you aren't able to get to any one of the Harvest Festival dates in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane or you're simply a hardcore fan of Ben Folds Five, don't fret! Below are details for each Harvest-band who are going to be performing headlining shows in Australia while they're in town for the November festival.

Album Review: Grizzly Bear - Shields (2012 LP)

Back in 2010, Grizzly Bear were almost impossible to avoid. After their single “Two Weeks” featured in a Volkswagon commercial aired during the Superbowl, Grizzly Bear officially owned the airwaves.

Harvest Festival announces the lineup for 2012!

We named Harvest Festival our favourite festival of 2011, and after a slight bit of worry that the Brisbane leg could be culled due to council concerns...well, to say we were thankful to hear that it would be back in all cities in 2012!

The lineup was announced on Triple J, and boy howdy...well, let's just get to it. It's out of this damn world.

CANT (Grizzly Bear’s Chris Taylor) announces Melbourne side show

Following the announcement that he will play as part of the Falls and Southbound festivals over New Year, Grizzly Bear’s Chris Taylor has announced another show in Australia, performing under the CANT moniker. The gig will be at Melbourne’s The Prince Bandroom this January, with tickets on sale now.

Grizzly Bear + Here We Go Magic + Kid Sam - Enmore Theatre (24.07.10)

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January 2010, Grizzly Bear at the Barracks in Sydney: easily one of the best live shows I’ve seen. Is there any way this band could possibly have gotten any better in 6 months? They certainly did.