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Mount Eerie, Arrington De Dionyso, Key Losers

LYLA ROWEN
8 pm., Thursday March 20 | $9.


 
[EXPERIMENTAL] Living in the Northwest you’re bound to encounter the Microphones or Mount Eerie at some point. Both are projects of Phil Elverum, whose soft, experimental sounds often come paired with an indie-rock sensibility able to sooth the soul. The man himself resides in the idyllic city of Anacortes, Wash., home of the mountain from which he takes his current moniker. Last year, Mount Eerie released the vocoder-rich album Pre-Human Ideas and played live with the Oden Quartet. That onetime performance was captured by an audience member’s phone recording and released via Elverum’s Bandcamp. Tonight’s set should be interesting, considering it’s taking place at the Information Warehouse, a fertile space for media arts experimentation. Come with your phone fully charged. Information Warehouse, 411 SE 6th Ave.

Website: 411pdx.com

 
 
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