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In anticipation of the upcoming album The Cautionary Tales Of Mark Oliver Everett, Eels have been releasing a trickling stream of new music. We got "Agatha Chang" in January, in March we got…   Read Story »
After taking a few years off, Mark Oliver Everett's long-running band Eels came back full force last year with Wonderful, Glorious, and now he's got another new one coming out soon. But while that…   Read Story »
Mark Oliver Everett, the man best known simply as E, has built up a massive and wide-ranging discography over the past 19 years as the mastermind and only constant member of the alt-rock project…   Read Story »
At least in music-career terms, the story of Mark Oliver Everett is anything but a cautionary tale. Everett's Eels project could've disappeared forever into the one-hit wonder abyss after 1997's…   Read Story »
Eels frontman and sole constant member Mark Oliver Everett, better known as E, has had a pretty interesting life: Teenage juvenile-delinquent status, a short run as a mid-'90s post-Beck one-hit…   Read Story »
Love was in the air as Eels kicked off their tour in Santa Ana at the Observatory in support of their new album Wonderful, Glorious. With a nod to Run-DMC and Wes Anderson, Eels rocked their Adidas…   Read Story »
Things had been pretty quiet from Mark Oliver Everett's long-running band Eels over the last couple years. At least they were until last month when we got news of a new song off a new album being…   Read Story »
I haven't seen Judd Apatow's new film, This Is 40, so I can't really comment on its flaws or virtues, but I will say that I'm impressed by the film's deep connection to music. That's essential to the…   Read Story »
Between 2009 and 2010, Mark Oliver Everett's Eels released a trilogy of full-lengths in rapid succession, but the project has been mostly silent since then. Next year, however, Everett and Eels…   Read Story »
The previously "Looking Up” appears toward the close of Eels' Tomorrow Morning. The endlessly optimistic "Baby Loves Me" shows up toward the beginning, immediately following "Spectacular Girl." No…   Read Story »