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Mount Eerie represents the latest evolution of Phil Elverum's musical vision. Formerly known as The Microphones, Phil changed his project's name to Mount Eerie while maintaining his subtle, lo-fi, and lyrically dense fuzz-folk aesthetic.
Elverum explained this change in an 2003 interview with Discorder, asserting that "Mount Eerie is a new project. The Microphones was completed, or at least at a good stopping point. I did it because I am ready for new things. I am new."
As Mount Eerie, Phil typically works with synthesizers, guitars, drums, and the accenting voices of Mirah, The Blow, and fellow K-Records/Anacortes, Washington friends. Mount Eerie's album "Seven New Songs of Mount Eerie" was also the first record...
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1) Earth is an American musical group based in Olympia, Washington, formed in 1989 and led by the guitarist Dylan Carlson. Earth's music is nearly all instrumental, and can be divided into two distinct stages. Their early work is characterized by distortion, droning, minimalism, and lengthy, repetitive song structures. The band's later output reduces the distortion while incorporating elements of country, jazz rock, and folk. Earth is recognized as a pioneer of drone metal, with the band's Earth 2 being regarded as a milestone of the genre.
Dylan Carlson founded the band in 1989 along with Slim Moon and Greg Babior, taking the title "Earth" from Black Sabbath's original ...
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1) OM is a duo from San Francisco, California, United States, formed in 2003 by the rhythm section of the stoner metal band Sleep. The band's first three albums feature Al Cisneros on vocals and bass and Chris Hakius on drums.
The band's music is similar in structure to Tibetan and Byzantine chant and is rich in rhythm and melody. Their music and lyrics lift off at the beginning and slowly mutate giving a feeling of evolution inside each song. The vocals have a monotone quality, producing, on some tracks, a noticeable hypnotic effect of the sort that tends to be appealing to the devotees of the many various genres of druggishly-bent, "space" music - but which not all music callin...
Geneviève Castrée Elverum (1981 – 9 July 2016) was a Canadian comics artist, illustrator, and musician from Quebec. She once recorded under the name Woelv and later switched to Ô Paon.
She was born in Loretteville, Quebec and later lived in the Pacific Northwestern United States. She was married to musician Phil Elverum, the leader of the indie rock groups The Microphones and Mount Eerie.
She was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2015, shortly after the birth of her and Elverum's only child. In June 2016, a GoFundMe account was set up by Elverum to assist with their finances.
Castrée died on July 9, 2016.
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Little Children is Stockholm based singer/songwriter Linus Lutti, who has been exploring the realms what his music can be with an ever evolving simplistic yet soaring sounds of indie-folk to psych-pop that has gained a growing international following. -
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