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Phil Elverum

Phil Elverum

Phil Elverum


Phil Elvrum (no e) was the sole permanent member of the Olympia, Washington-based indie rock band The Microphones. In 2003, he changed the name of his band to Mount Eerie. Elverum is infamous for his manipulation of analog recording devices and unique recording approach. His records have a distinct, natural sound. Most of the Microphones catalogue was recorded on a broken 24 track reel to reel and 2005's 'No Flashlight' was recorded on reel to reel 8 track. Read more on Last.fm
Phil Elvrum (no e) was the sole permanent member of the Olympia, Washington-based indie rock band The Microphones. In 2003, he changed the name of his band to Mount Eerie. Elverum is infamous for his manipulation of analog recording devices and unique recording approach. His records have a distinct, natural sound. Most of the Microphones catalogue was recorded on a broken 24 track reel to reel and 2005's 'No Flashlight' was recorded on reel to reel 8 track. Elvrum currently operates P.

W. Elverum & Sun Ltd., from which he sells records by Mount Eerie as well as Thanksgiving. Elvrum added an additional 'e' to his own name, as well as the name of his company, after he spent a winter in Norway. The additional 'e' reflects the spelling of the Norwegian town Elverum. Phil Elvrum used to drum for the Olympia, Washington-based band Old Time Relijun, before he formed Mount Eerie.

He also worked with the band D+ while fronting the Microphones. In addition to his albums, Elverum has released a few self-published poetry books. He is also a painter, and has provided the artwork for most of his albums and many t-shirts and posters sold during his tours. Elverum has been credited as a producer on many other artists albums, including Beat Happening's 2000 single Angel Gone and Mirah's 2002 album Advisory Committee. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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