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Mount Eerie Vinyl, CD & tapes by Mount Eerie at Norman Records

Few make music quite like Phil Elverum. A musician whose words and textures conjure vast, terrestrial imagery, his work has long felt singular and magical. After making shambolic lo-fi wonderings as The Microphones, he nonchalantly switched his moni...read more »

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Mount Eerie
Dawn

Who hasn't spent winter alone in a remote cabin in Norway? Certainly that's how Phil Elverum spent his 2002-  2003 winter (for the record mine was spent in Pudsey). It may have been cold and bleak there (Norway not Pudsey) but it gave Phil the time to sit down with his guitar and pen this the third Mount Eerie album which contains nineteen short songs some of which were reprises or different versions of previous Mount Eerie and the Microphones songs.   

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A Crow Looked At Me

Here is something very special indeed. A new Mount Eerie album is always something to be cherished but this one deals with the grief and loss suffered by Phil Elverum following the tragic passing of his wife. To put this sense of loss into his art ....well I just hope in some way it was cathartic for him. The results are almost unbearable - a tear-drenched simply recorded music on love and loss that is sure to be one of 2017's most important albums.  

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Now Only

The creative process for Mount Eerie's Now Only took place just after the release of the lavishly praised A Crow Looked At Me (winner of our own Album of the Year 2017, of course). Here, Phil Elverum continues his candidly lyrical and artistic exploration of the loss of his wife Geneviève. The record follows his powerful, affecting memories and the minutiae of their lives together.

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Lost Wisdom

Mount Eerie’s sophomore LP Lost Wisdom was a result of happenstance - ME main man Phil Elverum got a surprise visit from his mates Julie Doiron and Frederick Squire, and after a little coercing Elverum was roped into doing a record with them. Lost Wisdom takes its title and visual aesthetic from Burzum, but it’s at this point that any similarities with church-burning neo-Nazi Varg Vikernes’ black metal project ends. Instead, this is a record of tender Sufjan Stevens-ish anti-folk.

Mount Eerie with Julie Doiron
Lost Wisdom pt. 2

Eleven years after they first collaborated together on 2008’s Lost Wisdom, acclaimed songwriter Phil Elverum and former Eric’s Trip bassist Julie Doiron join forces again on a Mount Eerie album. Lost Wisdom pt.2 is more expansive and even more emotionally resonant than its predecessor, ruminating on love, mutual commitment and coping with release from it. 

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2 remixes by Wolves In The Throne Room

As it says on the tin, these are two remixes of songs off Mount Eerie's 'Wind Poem' by Olympia's Wolves in the Throne Room. The latter took the unmixed songs and added bits and bats of synth and bass to 'Lost Wisdom'. 'Mouth of Sky' was mixed in dub stylee using Lee 'Scratch' Perry inspired techniques and was made in real time. Comes on picture disc 7". 

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Clear Moon / Ocean Roar

Phil Elverum was busy in 2012 releasing two albums Clear Moon and Ocean Roar. If you missed out back then or have only recently come to his work via the 2017 Norman Records Album of the Year  A Crow Looked At Me  then now is your chance to get both on this limited edition twofer 2LP set. His work is always original and unique so this is a good time to wind back and get more of the story. 

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(after)

Following the decision to release the most personal album ever made in A Crow Looked At Me Phil Elverum went out on tour as Mount Eerie playing these heartbroken songs in front of gasping audiences across the US and Europe. Though no recordings were allowed, someone taped one of the shows and here it is in all it's fragile glory. Now happily married again, we may not see this kind of naked songwriting again from Elverum so this is a vital document of that troubled time. 

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Song Islands vol. 2

The second of Mount Eerie’s Song Islands collections emerges. Once you've had your fun with all the trinkets that come with this record (when we say fancy packaging, we mean fancy packaging) you'll find that there's a real variety of music on the LP. A lot of the tracks on Song Islands Vol. 2 have never seen the light of day before, and the ones that have been released previously only appeared on rare singles and compilations. Art-punk, anti-folk and songs for massed voice choir are just three of the wells drunk from by ME’s Phil Elverum here.
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