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Fleet Foxes Share Live Covers of The Strokes’ “Under Control” and Joni Mitchell’s “Hejira”

“Under Control” Features Uwade and “Hejira” Features Daniel Rossen and Greg Pecknold

Jun 13, 2023

​Indie folk trailblazers, Fleet Foxes have released covers of The Strokes’ “Under Control” featuring Uwade and Joni Mitchell’s “Hejira” featuring Daniel Rossen and Greg Pecknold, frontman Robin Pecknold’s father. More

Sharon Van Etten and Zachary Dawes Share New Song “Quiet Eyes” for A24’s “Past Lives”

Past Lives in Theaters in NY and LA Now, Out Nationwide June 23; Grizzly Bear’s Christopher Bear and Daniel Rossen Did the Score

Jun 07, 2023

A24 Music has shared “Quiet Eyes,” a new song performed by Sharon Van Etten and Zachary Dawes. It is set to be the end credit songs for the news romantic drama Past Lives, whose score was composed by Grizzly Bear’s Christopher Bear and Daniel Rossen. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Daniel Rossen, SASAMI, Toro y Moi, Vundabar, and More

Plus Hercules and Love Affair, !!!, TRAAMS, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Feb 25, 2022

Welcome to the eighth Songs of the Week of 2022. With Russia invading Ukraine on Thursday morning (and the increased threat of invasion earlier in the week), it was a bit hard to pull away from CNN and focus on new music. But nevertheless we were able to come up with a good list of songs we liked this week. More

Feb 22, 2022

Daniel Rossen of Grizzly Bear has shared a new song, “Unpeopled Space.” The song features Grizzly Bear’s Christopher Bear on drums and percussion, and it is the latest release from Rossen’s forthcoming debut solo album, You Belong There, which will be out on April 8 via Warp. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Hatchie, Nilüfer Yanya, Daniel Rossen, Beach House, and More

Plus Jenny Hval, A Place to Bury Strangers, Darkside, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Jan 21, 2022

Welcome to the third Songs of the Week of 2022. This week there were some exciting new album announcements (Hatchie, Daniel Rossen, Melody’s Echo Chamber, Jenny Hval) and Beach House put out another five songs from their new album. More

Jan 20, 2022

Daniel Rossen of Grizzly Bear has announced the release of his debut solo album, You Belong There, which will be out on April 8 via Warp. He has also shared the album’s lead single, “Shadow in the Frame,” and announced a 34-date North American and European tour in support of the album. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Beach House, Friendly Fires, Hatchie, Say Sue Me, Jon Hassell, and More

Plus Daniel Rossen, Eleanor Friedberger, Ryley Walker, Jess Williamson, Melody's Echo Chamber, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Apr 06, 2018

Songs of the Week is fairly easy to put together, there are obviously standout tracks and it’s just a case of working out the order. Other weeks there are few great tracks and it’s a real struggle. This week there was an obvious #1 in Beach House and then there were so, so many other tracks to decide between to come up with a Top 10. More

Daniel Rossen of Grizzly Bear Shares New Solo Song “Deerslayer”

12-inch Single Due Out on Record Store Day (April 21) via Warp

Apr 05, 2018

Daniel Rossen of Grizzly Bear and Department of Eagles has shared a new solo song, “Deerslayer.” It will be released as a 12-inch single on Record Store Day (April 21) via Warp, with the B-side being a cover of Golden Suits’ “You’re Crossing a River.” More

Full List of Record Store Day Releases Revealed - Arcade Fire, Courtney Barnett, and More

Plus Kevin Shields and Brian Eno, Mac DeMarco, The National, The Cure, Fleet Foxes, and Others

Mar 06, 2018

The full list of 2018 Record Store Day releases has been revealed. Record Store Day goes down on April 21 and just in case you don’t already know, the basic idea is to get music fans out to their local independent record store, with the bait being a slew of exclusive limited edition releases. More

Apr 11, 2016

Next month The National-currated Grateful Dead tribute compilation Day of the Dead will be released. So far they’ve shared several songs featured on the compilation. Today they continued the trend, sharing the video for their cover of 16 minute epic “Terrapin Station.” More

Dec 06, 2013

Grizzly Bear guitarist Daniel Rossen has announced plans for his first-ever solo tour. More

Nov 12, 2012

As Grizzly Bear continue to ride the success of their newest album Shields, guitarist Daniel Rossen has followed up his own recent solo EP Silent Hour/Golden Mile with a number of out-of-the-blue tracks. More

Listen: Daniel Rossen - “Silent Song”

Grizzly Bear Member's Solo Outing Out March 20

Feb 01, 2012

Last month Grizzly Bear multi-instrumentalist Daniel Rossen announced that he would be releasing a solo EP called Silent Hour/Golden Mile on March 20 via Warp. More

Jan 18, 2012

Grizzly Bear multi-instrumentalist Daniel Rossen has announced plans to release a solo EP entitled Silent Hour/Golden Mile. More



Interviews

Apr 26, 2022

In the summer of 2019, I emailed Daniel Rossen out of the blue because I had been listening to the Department of Eagles and felt like conveying how much his music moved me. By then, it had been two years since Grizzly Bear’s Painted Ruins and seven years since Rossen’s solo EP Silent Hour/Golden Mile. Rossen released the single “Deerslayer” for Record Store Day in 2018, but I hadn’t heard it until long after I reached out, which I did by visiting his then-spare website, the only text displaying a brief note to fans that he was taking some time for himself and his family, the possibility of new music real, if a little distant. More


Reviews

Apr 07, 2022

The problem faced by artists that come to define an era in music, however populist or niche it may be, is that the same era begins to define them too. More

Mar 20, 2012

“If I had a chance to see the friends I’ve loved and lost/And beg for their return,” an insidious line from the orchestrated waltz splendor “Silent Song,” is the key motif to unlocking Daniel
Rossen’s knockout punch of an EP Silent Hour / Golden Mile. More