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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 »
Phil Elverum, the haunted lo-fi singer-songwriter sound-artist who used to record as the Microphones and who now records as Mount Eerie, intends to release two new album this year. The first, Clear…   Read Story »
Phil Elverum's stellar 2012 steams on: So far we've had the limited 7" "House Shape" and word of two full-lengths, one titled better than the next. (That's Clear Moon and Ocean's Roar, both of which…   Read Story »
Working under his Mount Eerie pseudonym, former Microphones guy Phil Elverum has been responsible for lots and lots of stark, powerful music over the last few years. He's planning on releasing two…   Read Story »
This year Phil Elverum will release two albums as Mount Eerie, his nom de plume since 2004. And they are two perfectly titled albums, too, if you know a thing about Mount Eerie: Up first is Clear…   Read Story »
Pac NW champion Phil Elv(e)rum, prodigal tape-hiss troubadour behind the monumental Microphones LP The Glow Pt. 2 and myriad Mount Eerie recordings, has a new studio product for your consumption.…   Read Story »
This year was the L Magazine's third stab at its Williamsburg-based, CMJ-reminiscent Northside Festival. And from all accounts and perspectives, it was its most successful. It was the most Northside…   Read Story »
Regular readers of this blog know that our own Brandon Stosuy is a passionate metal fan. And in recent months we've seen an enthusiastic response to our occasional coverage of the genre. So starting…   Read Story »
Last year Phil Elverum (Mount Eerie, the Microphones) put out Lost Wisdom, a collaboration with Eric's Trip's Julie Doiron and Fred Squire, but the dark, multi-textured, black metal and…   Read Story »