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Nana Grizol at the Vera Project / July 2017 / Photo: Liz Tollefson

Liz’s favorites of 2017: albums and shows that were great even though everything else felt crappy

I’m pretty sure once 2017 is over, and even after we get some space from it, I’ll still get a sour taste in my mouth thinking back to the turmoil it inflicted on the world. But, there were some high points that provided inspiration and comfort in these trying times – which I’ll share in […]

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Earth album release show with Mount Eerie and Low Hums!

My favorite Earth era is 90’s Earth: straight-ahead drone, somewhat melodic, altogether mesmerizing. I tend to not be the most generous music fan when bands I enjoy begin to incorporate elements and tweaking their sound, so when The Bees Made Honey In The Lion’s Skull came out, I was a bit disappointed. “What is this […]

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Wind's Poem


People familiar with Mount Eerie and its creative founder/leader Phil Elverum would hardly be surprised by anything he would try; though coming from Anacortes, the band’s expected dabbling in the harsh sonic swathes of Black Metal feedback may not be to the delight of some of their fan’s appreciation for ambience. This is a wonderful […]

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Prep for What the Heck with a new track from Mount Eerie

The artist formerly know as the Microphones, Phil Elverum, will be releasing a new album under the Mount Eerie moniker. The album, Lost Wisdom, features the likes of Julie Dorion and Fred Squire, and will be released October 8th. Here's a track from the upcoming release, featuring the aforementioned collaborators: Mount Eerie – "Flaming Home" […]

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