2017 is starting to look like an uncommonly promising year for music
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Phil Elverum’s touching and personal tribute to his late wife, Geneviève Castrée.
A loving tribute and a true testament to the healing power of art.
Phil Elverum mediates on the loss of his wife in this track from A Crow Looked at Me.
Hundred Waters-curated festival also promises Future Islands, Skrillex, Deafheaven, Tycho, Kelela, Mitski, Chelsea Wolfe, and Thundercat.
Morrissey, AFI, Descendents, Taking Back Sunday, Alkaline Trio, The Get Up Kids, and Pinback lead the 2017 lineup.
January kicked off 2017 with a little bit of hip-hop, indie rock, and shoegaze.
In the wake of tragedy, Phil Elverum returns with his most personal work to date.
Mount Eerie, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart contribute new music to Is There Another Language? benefit album
Proceeds benefit the ACLU.
Phil Elverum mimics the harrowing experience of solipsism and dissociation on his new album.
Phil Elverum returns with a 12-track double LP.
Phil Elverum’s new double album, Sauna, arrives next month.