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Clear Moon

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Through the Trees Pt. 2
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02
The Place Lives
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The Place I Live
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(Something)
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Lone Bell
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House Shape
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Over Dark Water
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(Something) -1
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Clear Moon
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Yawning Sky
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(Synthesizer)
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 41:46

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Douglas Wolk

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Douglas Wolk writes about pop music and comic books for Time, the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Wired and elsewhere. He's the author of Reading Comics: How Gra...more »

05.31.12
Mount Eerie, Clear Moon
2012 | Label: P.W. Elverum & Sun / The Orchard

Phil Elverum almost never writes a song that’s entirely its own thing. His body of work, initially as the Microphones and more recently as Mount Eerie, is full of missing twins, separated partners, self-pastiches and negative space. Clear Moon is itself a twin (he made another album, the forthcoming Ocean Roar, at the same time). It begins with “Through the Trees Pt. 2,” a sequel to a song from 2009′s Wind’s Poem. That’s followed… read more »

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Jukebox Jury: Mount Eerie

By Andrew Parks, Contributor

"One thing you should know about me is I don't pay attention to music that much," admits Phil Elverum. "So some of the things you think I might know, I probably won't." What Mount Eerie's main member – and the onetime frontman of the Microphones – means to say is he doesn't keep up with today's music. While he's fully aware of, say, Clams Casino because a friend (Nicholas Krgovich) wrote a slice of electro-soul… more »