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Mount Eerie, aka the prolific Phil Elevrum, has announced the release of a new double album called Sauna. It was recorded over the last 15 months in his studio in Anacortes, Washington and, according…   Read Story »
On 9/11/92 Nirvana played a homecoming stadium show in Seattle after igniting nationwide grunge-mania with Nevermind. MTV News was there to interview the locals, including Kurt Cobain and Krist…   Read Story »
Phil Elverum has finally thrown his hat into the on-going "Are Pants Art?" debate, and it's a resounding "No." Elverum (who put out an excellent re-working of his song "Lone Bell" last week) posted…   Read Story »
The forever restless Phil Elverum better known as Mount Eerie (and formerly known as the Microphones) has a new release out soon called Pre-Human Ideas which features remixed, auto-tuned, and…   Read Story »
Until about six weeks ago, Phil Elvrum hadn't released a single video during his entire 14-year career, a streak broken with his self-created and -produced "The Place Lives," from Mount Eerie's…   Read Story »
Here's another single from Mount Eerie's new one, Ocean Roar, a slowly unfurling ode called "I Walked Home Beholding." It's a song that finds Phil Elverum finding some space inside a moody atmosphere…   Read Story »
Mount Eerie will put out Ocean Roar next month but the outfit also recently chipped in a single to Graveface's Charity Series, a program that benefits Friends Of The ACL. Today that single showed up,…   Read Story »
After two tracks of creepy, black-metal-derived ambient weirdness -- "Pale Lights" and "The Place Lives" -- I kind of expected all of Mount Eerie's sure-to-rule Ocean Roar to fit that template. But…   Read Story »
Right now, Phil Elverum is doing more with the basic elements of black metal than most black metal bands. The first bit of music we heard from his tantalizing forthcoming LP, Ocean Roar, an excerpt…   Read Story »
It's already been a pretty excellent year for Phil Elverum (and Phil Elverum fans): Clear Moon, the first of two planned 2012 LPs from his Mount Eerie project, was an absolute stunner. Now, the first…   Read Story »