Mount Eerie - No Flashlight

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Doesanyone have any info on Phil's new album "No Flashlight"?
I heard it's supposed to come out in August.

Judging by the live versions of a few new songs it may well be the the best Microphones / Mount Eerie album yet.

Marc-, Tuesday, 31 May 2005 17:41 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

being the best Mount Eerie album yet won't be too difficult of a task to pull off.

jonviachicago, Tuesday, 31 May 2005 17:48 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

no mention of it in the last update i got from K, but the last update didn't say much about anything if i recall.

b b, Tuesday, 31 May 2005 17:50 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

The No Flashlight songs sounded great live, very concise, lyrics that jumped out at me after hearing them only twice. Can't wait.

Went to his art show in Seattle last Thursday. The subject was 'Utopia' (actually some long phrase with that in it but I can't remember) and his work was fascinating: letters and photographs and hand-drawn covers and handwritten lyrics and sheet music, hundreds of pieces of musical ephemera. He spoke for a while about the stuff and told some stories. Quite a interesting and likeable character. Should have asked him when the record was coming out.

jergins (jergins), Tuesday, 31 May 2005 20:04 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Do you have the tracklist for it?

Marc-, Tuesday, 31 May 2005 21:42 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

just hearing about this has made my day. i'm trying to imagine how excited i'll be when it actually comes out.

jonathan - stl (jonathan - stl), Wednesday, 1 June 2005 00:25 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

one month passes...
i heard something about it being released as a CD/Vinyl so you get both formats even if you just want one or something like that.

That One Guy (That One Guy), Monday, 11 July 2005 14:45 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

that should say "CD/Vinyl Package"

That One Guy (That One Guy), Monday, 11 July 2005 15:03 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

So it's leaked. The first track's mesmerizing, minimal and without strong melody. The rest is the same, but (on first listen) not as good. Much more Talk Talk/Mark Hollis than Sebadoh, and it sounds more like early Microphones than Mt Eerie.

sean gramophone (Sean M), Monday, 11 July 2005 15:57 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

not neccesarily a bad thing, i still love The Glow Pt.2. when i saw him live earlier this year he was great, kinda clumsy in a charming way and a great guitarplayer

Rizz (Rizz), Monday, 11 July 2005 16:09 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

one month passes...
When does this come out?

Christopher Costello (CGC), Monday, 15 August 2005 21:35 (thirteen years ago) Permalink


cutty (mcutt), Monday, 15 August 2005 21:53 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

is it going to be available in stores?

Christopher Costello (CGC), Monday, 15 August 2005 21:54 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

god the pitchfork review is so predictable and retarded.

Kevin Erickson, Wednesday, 17 August 2005 00:18 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

god the pitchfork review is so predictable and retarded.

Well, dude makes a point, Elverum's not so progressive. I don't agree with the 5, though. seems like a moody 5.
You put this shit in surround sound, it's definitely serene, paints an awesome backdrop.

mox twelve (Mox twleve), Wednesday, 17 August 2005 03:45 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

I'd give this record a 6. It's not superb, it's not terrible, it's just there, and that isn't enough.

Raymond Cummings (Raymond Cummings), Wednesday, 17 August 2005 10:57 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

I thought it was a pretty excellent review, actually. Makes up for the make-me-puke Wooden Wand piece from Monday.

sean gramophone (Sean M), Wednesday, 17 August 2005 10:58 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Yeah, the No Flashlight review really hit the nail on the head.

Haven’t read the Wooden Wand review yet, but I thought the 8.0 was about right.

Raymond Cummings (Raymond Cummings), Wednesday, 17 August 2005 12:01 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Haven’t read the Wooden Wand review yet, but I thought the 8.0 was about right.

I think a 1.0 would be about right. Talk about an album of shit with nimrods running around it coo'ing "wowzers! psych folk!"

sean gramophone (Sean M), Wednesday, 17 August 2005 13:06 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

eleven years pass...

anybody know how the show in Anacortes went last week? I know Phil implored everyone not to come after it got picked up and publicized, just curious if anyone was there to do a write up or record it...

flappy bird, Friday, 13 January 2017 18:33 (one year ago) Permalink

this is probably going to be a depressing listen

Dinsdale, Wednesday, 25 January 2017 15:04 (one year ago) Permalink

That is devastating

Evan R, Wednesday, 25 January 2017 15:37 (one year ago) Permalink

Oh god this backstory

Mount Eerie, the longstanding musical outlet of Phil Elverum, has announced the release of A Crow Looked At Me. It will be released on Elverum’s label P.W. Elverum & Sun on March 24th 2017. The album is a deeply personal and unflinchingly honest reaction to the death of Elverum’s wife, the artist Geneviève Castrée, last year. He has shared “Real Death,” a candid expression of stark domestic grief that is unlike anything else in the Mount Eerie discography.

Elverum has shared the following statement about why he made A Crow Looked At Me, and why he is sharing it with the world:

“Why share this much? Why open up like this? Why tell you, stranger, about these personal moments, the devastation and the hanging love? Our little family bubble was so sacred for so long. We carefully held it behind a curtain of privacy when we’d go out and do our art and music selves, too special to share, especially in our hyper-shared imbalanced times. Then we had a baby and this barrier felt even more important. (I still don’t want to tell you our daughter’s name.) In May 2015 they told us Geneviève had a surprise bad cancer, advanced pancreatic, and the ground opened up. ‘What matters now?’ we thought. Then on July 9th 2016 she died at home and I belonged to nobody anymore. My internal moments felt like public property. The idea that I could have a self or personal preferences or songs eroded down into an absurd old idea leftover from a more self-indulgent time before I was a hospital-driver, a caregiver, a child-raiser, a griever. I am open now, and these songs poured out quickly in the fall, watching the days grey over and watching the neighbors across the alley tear down and rebuild their house. I make these songs and put them out into the world just to multiply my voice saying that I love her. I want it known.

“DEATH IS REAL could be the name of this album. These cold mechanics of sickness and loss are real and inescapable, and can bring an alienating, detached sharpness. But it is not the thing I want to remember. A crow did look at me. There is an echo of Geneviève that still rings, a reminder of the love and infinity beneath all of this obliteration. That’s why.”

Elverum has stated that he will be playing these songs in front of audiences later in the year.


In 2015 Elverum’s wife, the French Canadian cartoonist and musician Geneviève Castrée, was diagnosed with a bad cancer just after giving birth to their first child. She died a year later. Elverum wrote and recored the album throughout the fall of 2016 in the same room where Geneviève died, using mostly her instruments; her guitar, her bass, her pick, her amp, her old family accordion, writing the words on her paper.

The songs are about the brutal details of that experience, from the hospitalizations to the grieving, the specific domestic banalities that become existential in the context of such huge and abrupt loss. These songs are not fun. They are pretty and they are deep, and they find a love that prevails beneath the overwhelming and real sorrow. It is unlike anything else in the Mount Eerie catalog in its unvarnished expressions of personal grief, metaphor-free.

Evan R, Wednesday, 25 January 2017 15:46 (one year ago) Permalink

Yeah, this is just heartbreaking.

"Nothing wise or learned, just the described experience of living through unimaginable domestic obliteration, with names and dates"

devvvine, Wednesday, 25 January 2017 15:51 (one year ago) Permalink

That verse about the backpack she ordered for her daughter :(

"collapsed there on the front steps I wailed." I am sobbing.

Evan R, Wednesday, 25 January 2017 16:02 (one year ago) Permalink

Has always been amazing at conveying moments of being hit with a wave of emotion or sadness, but that verse is brutal.

another song from the album

devvvine, Wednesday, 25 January 2017 16:08 (one year ago) Permalink

christ this is gonna be brutal

a serious and fascinating fartist (Simon H.), Wednesday, 25 January 2017 19:17 (one year ago) Permalink

cant bring myself to listen to this yet

flappy bird, Wednesday, 25 January 2017 19:19 (one year ago) Permalink

I don't really know what to say about this but it is so strong and raw

ogmor, Wednesday, 25 January 2017 23:53 (one year ago) Permalink

man this song

just sayin, Thursday, 26 January 2017 10:46 (one year ago) Permalink

This is brutal. So powerful.

Eine Kleine Nakh Musik (Le Bateau Ivre), Thursday, 26 January 2017 11:58 (one year ago) Permalink

I love Phil and will always support him...raw stuff

Everything Moves Towards The Sun (Ross), Sunday, 29 January 2017 01:37 (one year ago) Permalink

Yeah, likewise.

Phil was already incredibly direct but here he just immediately lets it know that "poetry is dumb" in light of what he's feeling the effect is unlike anything I've listened to before. I can't even really place the emotions listening to these songs and describing them as sad feels equally silly.

yesca, Sunday, 29 January 2017 05:22 (one year ago) Permalink

wrote a review of the show here. hard to do justice to how heavy it was.

fits, Wednesday, 1 February 2017 17:29 (one year ago) Permalink

Thanks for sharing that, very nice and thoughtful review.

I can't recall anticipating an album this much yet feeling almost 'scared' to listen to it...

Le Bateau Ivre, Wednesday, 1 February 2017 17:38 (one year ago) Permalink

Hi Fits,

Thank you! Really appreciate you posting that piece.

Everything Moves Towards The Sun (Ross), Wednesday, 1 February 2017 21:21 (one year ago) Permalink

yeah, great piece!

sean gramophone, Wednesday, 1 February 2017 21:26 (one year ago) Permalink

v nice piece on the show.

in twelve parts (lamonti), Wednesday, 1 February 2017 23:17 (one year ago) Permalink

wrote a review of the show here. hard to do justice to how heavy it was.

― fits

but you pretty much did! great writing, and i can tell you're v v well-versed in his musical output.

Karl Malone, Wednesday, 1 February 2017 23:36 (one year ago) Permalink

great piece, fits.

love that he walked out as soon as he was done

flappy bird, Wednesday, 1 February 2017 23:38 (one year ago) Permalink


Le Bateau Ivre, Wednesday, 15 February 2017 17:14 (one year ago) Permalink


Le Bateau Ivre, Wednesday, 15 February 2017 17:14 (one year ago) Permalink

oof. hold on to the ones you love.

Karl Malone, Wednesday, 15 February 2017 17:22 (one year ago) Permalink

True words. I am actually nervous for this album... Ravens alone reduced me to a sobbing mess.. :-/

Le Bateau Ivre, Wednesday, 15 February 2017 18:18 (one year ago) Permalink

maybe i haven't seen any other recent pictures of him, but man Elverum looks like he's aged years and years in the new press pic on p4k. i gotta hold off on listening to this until it comes out... the first single was so brutal

flappy bird, Wednesday, 15 February 2017 18:26 (one year ago) Permalink

absolutely terrific piece on the show up there, fits. i read it on a lunch break and sat there and cried into my burrito

these songs are just devastating to listen to. the backpack bit ...

he announced some tour dates today, in case anyone missed it:

04-04 Eugene, OR - WOW Hall
04-06 Big Sur, CA - Henry Miller Library
04-09 Santa Ana, CA - When We Were Young Fest @ Observatory
04-10 San Diego, CA - Irenic
04-11 Los Angeles, CA - The Masonic Lodge @ Hollywood Forever
04-14 Oakland, CA - Starline Social Club
04-17 Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios
04-18 Olympia, WA - Obsidian
04-12-14 Arcosanti, AZ - FORM Arcosanti

alpine static, Friday, 17 February 2017 01:21 (one year ago) Permalink

Seems like he has no intention of coming back to Vancouver after that shambolic show years back. I'm with flappy bird - want to listen to this and will support him $, but there's so much grief and death in our culture, that I'm not sure I can handle this atm.

Everything Moves Towards The Sun (Ross), Friday, 17 February 2017 01:24 (one year ago) Permalink

three weeks pass...

One hell of a read.

Ned Raggett, Monday, 13 March 2017 16:53 (one year ago) Permalink

It is.

Le Bateau Ivre, Monday, 13 March 2017 17:07 (one year ago) Permalink

agree with the above. the notion that it's hubristic or even insensitive to criticise this as music is deranged

imago, Sunday, 11 March 2018 11:09 (eight months ago) Permalink

phil's a big lad, he can look after himself

imago, Sunday, 11 March 2018 11:14 (eight months ago) Permalink

you don’t have to twist yourself into a pretzel justifying your criticism. Phil put this music out, we didn’t break into his house & listen to it. the idea of any music being beyond reproach is incredibly silly

flappy bird, Sunday, 11 March 2018 16:17 (eight months ago) Permalink

i didn't say it's insensitive or unfair to criticize the music. i said it doesn't matter what anyone thinks or feels about this music except Phil.

i was reacting to this bs: "I feel like it's abusive toward a listener-with-a-critical ear to inflict upon them music like this."

reading your own interpretation into others' words is deranged and silly.

alpine static, Sunday, 11 March 2018 19:45 (eight months ago) Permalink

to clarify, i disagree w both statements

lowercase (eric), Sunday, 11 March 2018 19:56 (eight months ago) Permalink

i brought up judgment bc if no one else's opinion matters, there's no point in criticism. not that it's wrong, just meaningless, both of which don't work for me

lowercase (eric), Sunday, 11 March 2018 20:06 (eight months ago) Permalink

i didn't say it's insensitive or unfair to criticize the music. i said it doesn't matter what anyone thinks or feels about this music except Phil.

this applies to all music criticism. eric otm

flappy bird, Monday, 12 March 2018 01:33 (eight months ago) Permalink

thinking back to the times when i would ask artists for autographs, age ~13-15, these weren't just "regular people": these were adults who looked cool as hell who made music that stirred your teenage soul who were in town for one night only. they were archetypal cool role models who inspired you to start a band. if they weren't my parents or teachers or used book and camera store clerks, how would i have any sort of regular social relationship with them?

as an adult i definitely sympathize with phil's position but i do hope that it doesn't hurt his soul when teenagers ask for his autograph

scoff walker (diamonddave85), Monday, 12 March 2018 17:28 (eight months ago) Permalink

i said it doesn't matter what anyone thinks or feels about this music except Phil.

on a message board with people with opinions about music

morning wood truancy (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Monday, 12 March 2018 17:32 (eight months ago) Permalink

good review:

it does a better job of describing how 'now only' is different in concept and execution than "a crow looked at me", and it's clear the writer is deeply familiar with elverum's music

Karl Malone, Friday, 16 March 2018 05:44 (seven months ago) Permalink

This album is astonishing

Davey D, Friday, 16 March 2018 06:40 (seven months ago) Permalink

certainly different to the last, but maybe just as good.

jamiesummerz, Friday, 16 March 2018 12:15 (seven months ago) Permalink

I really love this album, much more than ACLAM which I respect but never really want to listen to. possibly my favourite of his since The Glow pt. 2

it feels more melodic than ACLAM and the long track lengths give room for the music to shift with the lyrics. the lyrics being a bit greater in scope than just the raw grief does help to make it an easier listen

ufo, Friday, 16 March 2018 15:24 (seven months ago) Permalink

He figured out how to make Kozelek's current shtick listenable/meaningful.

Evan, Friday, 16 March 2018 18:14 (seven months ago) Permalink

Yeah the similarities to Mark Kozelek's recent stuff are definitely there, but such different dudes. The paintings song is the one I'm going back again and again. Thanks to the poster upthread who posted the image also.

in twelve parts (lamonti), Friday, 16 March 2018 21:33 (seven months ago) Permalink

no prob! i didn't know anything Astrup before hearing the song. His work is amazing and I'd love to see it in person. "Midsummer Eve Bonfire" is actually a series of paintings, so it took a while to figure out which one he was referring to specifically.

Karl Malone, Friday, 16 March 2018 21:38 (seven months ago) Permalink

although i do think that Now Only is definitely so much more than just ACLAM pt 2, i can definitely sympathize with those upthread who still find the subject matter too uncomfortable to bear. like ufo said, the lyrics have an expanded scope, but there are still lots of very intense, painful, ACLAM-style passages.

Karl Malone, Friday, 16 March 2018 21:42 (seven months ago) Permalink

lots of press/interviews for Now Only that i haven't gotten around to reading yet:

Karl Malone, Friday, 16 March 2018 21:44 (seven months ago) Permalink

Totally agree, in that people might refrain from the new one, but 'Now Only' is indeed so much more that ACLAM pt 2. We have a rolling worst P4K thread, wholly justified, but that review you posted KM is absolutely wonderful. So understanding, down to the nitty-gritty, and so compassionate in judging this new album on its merits, instead of just on its narrative. The latter, I can see why, would scare away a lot of people. But 'Now Only' is a beautiful beast, in its own right.

Google Atheist (Le Bateau Ivre), Friday, 16 March 2018 21:54 (seven months ago) Permalink

from that atlantic interview, it sounds like there might be more to come in this vein:

Kornhaber: Was there any trepidation about doing two albums in a row in the same mode, on this same topic?

Elverum: Not at all. It wasn’t over. I had more to say still. And I didn’t want to stay in that feeling of A Crow Looked at Me. I knew the only way out of it was to continue writing songs. There wasn’t even really a gap in the production. I just kept writing.

I almost made Now Only a lot longer—there was this one song I’ve been trying to write for a long time, and I’m still chewing on that. That would be part three. Three seems like a good number to wrap up with and then do something else.

Kornhaber: So it might be a trilogy.

Elverum: Maybe, but I’m not holding too tight to that idea. I have been feeling happier lately, and more healed. I don’t think there’s going to be an end to grief. It’s a lifelong process and this loss will be with me forever. But lately I’ve been not dwelling in it so much.

Karl Malone, Saturday, 17 March 2018 00:53 (seven months ago) Permalink

in a reddit AMA recently he mentioned that Benji was an influence on the lyrics of the last two albums, as it helped him to realise that poetry and metaphor could be abandoned for blank honesty

of course, this album is much much better than any of Kozelek's recent material

ufo, Saturday, 17 March 2018 01:11 (seven months ago) Permalink

there's a little bit on that in the atlantic interview, too:

Kornhaber: Death is one of the great topics of art through history. Did anything about how culture has portrayed grief ring false to you once you went through it yourself?

Elverum: It all felt false. In my time of being just destroyed, I went through all my poetry books and nothing spoke to me.

No, that’s not true—there’s this one Gary Snyder poem [“Go Now”] that cracked things open for me in a really useful way. It’s written basically in the same style as A Crow Looked at Me, very graphic about the mechanics of disease and the death of his wife: the cremation, the smell, her teeth jutting out. No poetry involved. Just describing it. That opened up for me the idea of I don’t have to interpret this. I don’t have to make it pretty or find wisdom in it at all. It’s okay to just describe what happened, then leave it at that. There’s no lesson.

Karl Malone, Saturday, 17 March 2018 01:12 (seven months ago) Permalink

Listened to this straight through today, sat in my local university library staring st the snow. It was perfect. I can remember entire sections of the lyrics, impressionistically at least - like it was transfusion as much as listening. Almost tempted to say I'll never listen to it again.

The shard-borne beetle with his drowsy hums (Chinaski), Saturday, 17 March 2018 20:04 (seven months ago) Permalink

four months pass...

Meet Phil Elverum, Michelle Williams’s husband. The actress married the acclaimed singer-songwriter (who performs as Mount Eerie) this month.

— VANITY FAIR (@VanityFair) July 26, 2018

wayne trotsky (Simon H.), Thursday, 26 July 2018 16:24 (three months ago) Permalink



Karl Malone, Thursday, 26 July 2018 16:30 (three months ago) Permalink

I really don't care about this sort of thing at all normally but this is cuet, good for them imo

wayne trotsky (Simon H.), Thursday, 26 July 2018 16:32 (three months ago) Permalink

yeah good for them! also what

princess of hell (BradNelson), Thursday, 26 July 2018 16:33 (three months ago) Permalink

yeah, it's like cool, but also, wait what?

Karl Malone, Thursday, 26 July 2018 16:33 (three months ago) Permalink

i know this is terrible but i'm imagining the next album being a similarly blunt, stream-of-conscious style take on meeting billy crystal backstage at the people's choice awards or something

Karl Malone, Thursday, 26 July 2018 16:34 (three months ago) Permalink

huh, shitty to name his daughter when he seemed pretty against it in every interview from the past couple of years, hope they're all happy though.

devvvine, Thursday, 26 July 2018 16:34 (three months ago) Permalink

Relevant section from the main article:

By the time you read this, she and her partner, singer-songwriter Phil Elverum, whom she met through a mutual friend, will have been married in a secret ceremony in the Adirondacks, witnessed by only a handful of friends and their two daughters. Her new husband, an indie musician who records and performs under the name Mount Eerie (and, before that, the Microphones), also lost a partner in tragic circumstances while parenting a small child. His late wife, illustrator and musician Geneviève Castrée, was diagnosed with inoperable stage-4 pancreatic cancer in 2015, four months after the birth of their daughter, and the two very private artists went public with a GoFundMe page to help defray medical costs. Castrée died 13 months later, in July 2016, leaving Elverum with an 18-month-old daughter. In the past two years, he has released two raw, critically acclaimed albums, A Crow Looked at Me and Now Only, that unflinchingly explore grief, death, and the utility of art in the face of loss. Williams calls her relationship with Elverum “very sacred and very special.” In July, he packed up his home in Anacortes, Washington, and drove across the country to live with her and their daughters in Brooklyn.

“I never gave up on love,” she later tells me, saying that she has spent the 10 years since Ledger’s death looking for the kind of “radical acceptance” she felt from him. “I always say to Matilda, ‘Your dad loved me before anybody thought I was talented, or pretty, or had nice clothes.’ ” I can hear her voice crack. She sometimes can’t believe that she’s found this kind of love, at last. “Obviously I’ve never once in my life talked about a relationship,” she says, “but Phil isn’t anyone else. And that’s worth something. Ultimately the way he loves me is the way I want to live my life on the whole. I work to be free inside of the moment. I parent to let Matilda feel free to be herself, and I am finally loved by someone who makes me feel free.”

Williams decided to open up about her relationship, as she did about her income, on the chance that other women might find hope or instruction in her story. “I don’t really want to talk about any of it,” she says. “But there’s that tease, that lure, that’s like, What if this helps somebody? What if somebody who has always journeyed in this way, who has struggled as much as I struggled, and looked as much as I looked, finds something that helps them?” In the end, she says, what she’s learned is simple: “Don’t settle. Don’t settle for something that feels like a prison, or is hard, or hurts you,” she says. “If it doesn’t feel like love, it’s not love.”

Ned Raggett, Thursday, 26 July 2018 16:36 (three months ago) Permalink

imagining the next album being a similarly blunt, stream-of-conscious style take on meeting billy crystal backstage at the people's choice awards or something

Sheryl Crow Looked At Me

wayne trotsky (Simon H.), Thursday, 26 July 2018 16:43 (three months ago) Permalink


Karl Malone, Thursday, 26 July 2018 16:45 (three months ago) Permalink

well, as others have said, good for them! i don't know anything about michelle williams but from that little snippet she seems cool

Karl Malone, Thursday, 26 July 2018 16:46 (three months ago) Permalink

nice to think about greatest showman money funding 50 more mount eerie records

devvvine, Thursday, 26 July 2018 16:49 (three months ago) Permalink


flappy bird, Thursday, 26 July 2018 16:58 (three months ago) Permalink

This is cool

flappy bird, Thursday, 26 July 2018 16:58 (three months ago) Permalink

Also the Adirondacks rule, so good choice.

Ned Raggett, Thursday, 26 July 2018 17:02 (three months ago) Permalink

Amazing news

in twelve parts (lamonti), Thursday, 26 July 2018 22:21 (three months ago) Permalink

It's weird feeling so happy about two people I've never met but ya, this is really sweet.

lol @ all these "Who is Phil Elverum?" articles popping up though.

Roz, Friday, 27 July 2018 05:15 (three months ago) Permalink

Sheryl Crow Looked At Me

― wayne trotsky (Simon H.), Thursday, July 26, 2018 6:43 PM (yesterday) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink


Yeah this is amazing news, good for him.

lbi's life of limitless european glamour (Le Bateau Ivre), Friday, 27 July 2018 07:06 (three months ago) Permalink

Yeah really happy for Phil, one of the nicest guys I have ever met in music.

Bimlo Horsewagon became Wheelbarrow Horseflesh (aldo), Friday, 27 July 2018 08:56 (three months ago) Permalink

This is cool news, very happy for both of them!

Gavin, Leeds, Friday, 27 July 2018 08:57 (three months ago) Permalink

viva michelverum

ogmor, Friday, 27 July 2018 09:21 (three months ago) Permalink


Ross, Monday, 30 July 2018 15:52 (three months ago) Permalink

I really liked this piece:

flappy bird, Wednesday, 1 August 2018 17:04 (three months ago) Permalink

one month passes...

I think Now Only is probably the best thing Phil has ever made

ufo, Sunday, 23 September 2018 01:01 (one month ago) Permalink

two weeks pass...

really great timeline in the new Exclaim from his inception to newest record. How is the new one then, i am still suck on microphones as my favourite records, though ocean roar and the companion album blew me away

Ross, Wednesday, 10 October 2018 16:00 (one month ago) Permalink


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