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There's no sign that Grizzly Bear will release a new album anytime soon, but in the meantime, producer and bassist Chris Taylor has gone in

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There's no sign that Grizzly Bear will release a new album anytime soon, but in the meantime, producer and bassist Chris Taylor has gone in a completely different direction with his solo project, CANT, releasing his debut album, Dreams Come True, on Sept. 13. Taylor trades in Grizzly Bear's folk reveries for vintage-sounding electronica, something there's been no shortage of around Seattle with Twin Shadow passing through town last week and Neon Indian playing the Crocodile on Oct. 5. But as Erin Thompson says in this week's Short List, it might be Taylor's production abilities that set his music apart:

Standouts like the album's thrumming opener, "Too Late Too Far," and the creamy-smooth "Believe" reflect Taylor's further talent as a producer (he produced Twin Shadow's Forget)--Dreams Come True sounds squeaky clean and impeccably sharp.

Tickets cost $15 and doors open at 8 p.m.

CANT - Believe (taken from Dreams Come True - Terrible Records / Warp Records) by Warp Records

 
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