Mount Eerie

7.27.18

Everything Sucks So Here’s a Blog in Praise of Phil Elverum and Michelle Williams' New Marriage

The world is garbage so let's celebrate something that's not.

5.11.18

Robert Christgau on the Complexity of Mount Eerie's Survival Record

The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews Phil Elverum's 'Now Only,' Ry Cooder's 'The Prodigal Son,' and Jeffrey Lewis and the Deposit Returners' 'Works by Tuli Kupferberg (1923-2010).'

3.27.18

There's No Music Like the Unspeakable Grief of Mount Eerie's 'Now Only'

Phil Elverum's second record in two years deals more with the wide wake cast by the death of his wife. Playing these songs in front of strangers is a weird thing—let alone when Skrillex is involved.

3.14.18

Phil Elverum Didn't Get Lil Peep at First, Either

In an interview with Stereogum, the Mount Eerie leader says that he was initially put off by the late emo-rapper sampling his music.

1.26.18

Robert Christgau on Mount Eerie's 'A Crow Looked at Me,' a Brutal Listen

The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews Phil Elverum's unique album about loss and Mary Gauthier's 'Rifles and Rosary Beads.'

1.17.18

Mount Eerie's New Single Is an 11-Minute Meditation on Mortality

'Now Only,' due March 16, follows Phil Elverum's acclaimed 'A Crow Looked at Me,' which grappled with the death of his wife.

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3.24.17

A Conversation with Mount Eerie's Phil Elverum on His Devastating New Album

Following the death of his wife and co-creator Geneviève, Elverum discusses raising their child, the terrifying political future, and 'A Crow Looked at Me.'