CHEAP! Grizzly Liars

As both have good new records out, we have a bunch of back catalogue Grizzly Bear and Liars records at reduced prices. Get in while they are hot and people are remembering them. 
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Grizzly Bear
Veckatimest

Grizzly Bear’s ‘Veckatimest’ is pretty hard to pinpoint to any particular genre. It’s got elements of pastoral folk, flourishes of psychedelia, hints of autumnal indie rock and warm chamber pop. The Brooklyn group hit a home run with the crossover hit ‘Two Weeks’, seemingly because they opted for more structured songwriting rather than the pastoral sprawl of their first two records.

Grizzly Bear
Shields

Always good for a tune, old Grizzly Bear. The New Yorkers had a point to prove on ‘Shields’ – after all, this 2012 LP was the first full-length that the band released since their 2009 LP ‘Veckatimest’ pushed them into the upper-echelons of the alternative rocksphere. Mind you, if Grizzly Bear were feeling the pressure then they didn't show it here, pooling their considerable songwriting resources to come up with another set of harmonious indie-rock anthems.

Grizzly Bear
Shields: Expanded

It's like that Grizzly Bear album Shields, but with even more palatable indie rock! The band's frozen tundra of a third record expanded their gorgeous, knotty sound while zoning in on melodies to make them even more indelible; in terms of their lineage, it sounds like an updated Veckatimest with a stronger focus on making a full album, rather than concentrating on certain ubiquitous pop songs. This version features some bonus material and even some demos, if you prefer your Grizzly Bear scratchy. Plus, Nicholas Jaar remixes "Sleeping Ute". 

Grizzly Bear
Shields: B-Sides

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Liars
Mess

'Mess' is the seventh studio album from the L.A. experimental rock group. They've added a healthy dose of electronic sounds to their music before, but have never gone as full-blown electronica as showcased here on 'Mess'. Full of squelchy synths, alt. dance beats, upbeat industrial and in-your-face melodies and noise, this record is perhaps the biggest departure from a band who confound as much as delight.

Liars
Liars

Possibly the most famous of the Liars LPs (though ‘Drums Not Dead’ may have something to say about that), the band’s 2007 eponymous effort still confounds and thrills in equal measure. There’s noisy, couched rock in here - think the outer fringes of pre-‘Float On’ Modest Mouse - but this often comes up against a whirligig post-industrialism reminiscent of Coil. The influence of Liars’ Berlin forebears Einstürzende Neubauten can also be felt.