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Mount Eerie, previously known as The Microphones, is the recording project of Washington state based musician Phil Elvrum. Phil Elvrum is best known for his seminal 2001 lo-fi record, The Glow Pt. 2, released as The Microphones. He remains active as Mount Eerie, and is one of the most prolific lo-fi musicians today. 

He changed his name from The Microphones to Mount Eerie in 2003. He said he did this because he considers "The Microphones" as a project to be completed, and "Mount Eerie" is his next project. Regardless, he released a live album as The Microphones in 2004, and has released a couple of singles throughout the years as The Microphones, although Mount Eerie remains his primary moniker. 

Discography[]

As The Microphones[]

LPs[]

  • Microphone (1995)
  • X-Ray Means Woman (1996)
  • Wires and Cords (1997)
  • Tests (1998)
  • Don't Wake Me Up (1999)
  • Window (2000)
  • It Was Hot, We Stayed in the Water (2000)
  • The Glow Pt. 2 (2001)
  • Mount Eerie (2003)

EPs/Other Albums[]

  • Blood (2001)
  • Little Bird Flies into a Big Black Cloud (2002)
  • Song Islands (2002)
  • The Singing from Mount Eerie (2003)
  • The Drums from Mount Eerie (2003)
  • Live in Japan (2004)

As Mount Eerie[]

LPs[]

  • "No Flashlight" Songs of the Fulfilled Night (2005)
  • Lost Wisdom (2008)
  • Dawn (2008)
  • Wind's Poem (2009)
  • Clear Moon (2012)
  • Ocean Roar (2012)
  • Sauna (2015)
  • A Crow Looked At Me (2017)

EPs/Other Albums[]

  • Seven New Songs of "Mount Eerie" (2004)
  • Live in Copenhagen (2004)
  • Mount Eerie Dances with Wolves a.k.a. Two New Songs of "Mount Eerie" (2004)
  • The Drums from "No Flashlight" by Mt. Eerie (2005)
  • SINGERS (2005)
  • Eleven Old Songs of Mount Eerie (2005)
  • Mount Eerie pts. 6 & 7 (2007)
  • Black Wooden Ceiling Opening (2008)
  • White Stag (2009)
  • Black Wooden (2009)
  • Song Islands vol. 2 (2010)
  • Live in Bloomington (2013)
  • Pre-Human Ideas (2013)
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