Grizzly Bear

Album Title: Yellow House
Release Date: September 5, 2006
Genre: Indie Rock
Although they hail from Brooklyn, Grizzly Bear don't sound anything like what most have come to expect from the New York scene in this decade. It's no secret that the sounds of NYC are changing, and Grizzly Bear are a prime example. Creating dreamy, experimental indie pop, the four-piece sound more like they come from some remote place on the British Isles than the city that never sleeps. With a few pseudo-country elements thrown in, the multi-layered Yellow House makes for an interesting, if somewhat boring, listen. This isn't music one can dance to, and this isn't the sort of music one would throw on at a party. But it would be silly for those looking for where New York (and therefore, all) ears are headed next not to give Grizzly Bear a good once over.

Writer: Jaclyn Arndt

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