Lost Wisdom

Album Review of Lost Wisdom by Mount Eerie.

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Lost Wisdom

Mount Eerie

Lost Wisdom by Mount Eerie

Release Date: Oct 7, 2008
Record label: Southern
Genre(s): Indie, Rock

75 Music Critic Score
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Lost Wisdom - Very Good, Based on 3 Critics

Sputnikmusic - 80
Based on rating 4.0/5
80

Review Summary: Lost Wisdom is one of my favorite songwriters finding himself exactly where I need him to be: filling the room, the voice in headphones.God, it’s 3 a.m. and I can’t sleep. My vision is blurry, my arms heavy, but I’m stuck, restlessly thinking, staring at my ceiling. I put on something soft, quiet, to ease the tension a little.

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PopMatters - 70
Based on rating 7/10
70

At the beginning of Lost Wisdom, Phil Elverum is standing by a river. He is close enough that the rushing of water blocks out the trucks on the highway. That is what he tells us. He is running away from it all, again. Mount Eerie records, and to a lesser extent his Microphones records, have been ….

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Dusted Magazine
Their review was positive

On his second album It Was Hot, We Stayed in the Water, the Microphones Phil Elverum recorded a cover of Eric’s Trip’s "Sand," paying homage to one of his favorite bands. Eric’s Trip was, by nature, hard to pin down, incorporating harsh, industrial-strength feedback, aggressively lo-fi production and bubblegum pop melodies in a volatile mix of sounds. After the band broke up, bassist Julie Doiron went the solo route, both under her own name and as Broken Girl, often exploring a delicate, acoustic, obliquely confessional aesthetic not too far removed from Elverum’s own.

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