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3. The Microphones - Mount Eerie

Pitchfork rating: 8.9

My rating: 8.2

Despite his canonization in the world of lo-fi indie, I had little experience with Phil Elverum and his music before this year. 489 more words

Cover of Mount Eerie's Stones Ode

On a near weekly basis, I want to be able to share a performance of either one of my own songs, or a cover of a song by one of my favourite artists. 243 more words

INTERVIEW: Mount Eerie's Phil Elverum

This feature was first published in Weightless in May 2013.

Phil W. Elverum is the mastermind behind lo-fi folk projects Mount Eerie and The Microphones. Known for his uniquely stripped-down songwriting and instrumentation and tapestry-turning lyrical imagery, Elverum’s works bridge the gap between the natural and the modern world with dense drone passages and somber acoustic guitars, revealing a path covered in autumn leaves and bathed in spectral moonlight. 1,184 more words


Mount Eerie: Clear Moon

More quiet than Wind’s Poem. Also shorter. I liked it I think, but nothing really stuck out for me. Maybe should give it another chance.

Mount Eerie: Wind's Poem

Supposedly influenced by black metal. I guess I hear it. But it’s not really any heavier than other albums. A lot of really quiet atmospheric songs. 18 more words

Weekly Top Ten

Bestsellers this week:

  1. Mount Eerie
  2. Lambchop
  3. Buena Vista Social Club
  4. Adele
  5. Mac Demarco
  6. Nicholas Krgovich
  7. Mclusky
  8. Swami John Reis
  9. Terry Malts
  10. Hiss Golden Messenger

Mount Eerie: Dawn

Mostly just Phil Elvrum solo. It’s pretty decent though. More of a Sunday morning album.