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  1. You are at the website of the label P.W. Elverum & Sun, ltd. for the music and objects of Mount Eerie and others, guests on Coast Salish land (Anacortes, Wash., U.S.A.) shipping plastics and cardboards to everywhere since 2004, until 2078.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Mount_EerieMount Eerie - Wikipedia

    Mount Eerie is the musical project of American songwriter and producer Phil Elverum. Elverum (also of The Microphones) is the principal member of the band, but has collaborated with many other musicians on his records and in live performances. Most of Mount Eerie's releases have been issued on Elverum's label P.W. Elverum & Sun, Ltd., and ...

  3. It was released on August 7, 2020, on frontman Phil Elverum's record label P.W. Elverum & Sun. Microphones in 2020 is a concept album consisting of one 44-minute song describing Elverum's life and musical career. The album was written and recorded entirely by Elverum.

  4. Aug 02, 2021 · In 2018, Michelle Williams stunned the world when she married indie musician Phil Elverum. Much like Williams, Elverum had suffered a horrific loss. His wife of 13 years, fellow musician Geneviève Castrée, died of pancreatic cancer in 2016, aged 35. The couple's daughter was just a year old when Castrée passed away.

  5. www.undertheradarmag.com › news › P26430Under The Radar Magazine

    Jun 24, 2009 · The lo-fi experiments of Phil Elverum aren’t just good, they’re downright spooky good! Whether you follow his work with The Microphones or most recently, Mount Eerie, the Anacortes, Washington native is the epitome of the avant-garde lone wolf. You can’t find too many chinks in this guy’s armor.

  6. Jan 22, 2016 · [Verse] I'm a mothafuckin' Schema' boy, I'm a dreamer boy I love a girl that don't even fuckin' need a boy Baby, I'm a beamer boy, I need a beamer, boy I want a Z3, that's a two-seater, boy Okay ...

  7. Geneviève Castrée, edited by Phil Elverum, trans. from the French by Phil Elverum and Aleshia Jensen. Drawn & Quarterly, $99.95 (562p) ISBN 978-1-77046-618-0.

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