Friday, September 26, 2008, from Manic Productions:
MOUNT EERIE w/Julie Doiron and Calm Down, It's Monday
37 Howe Street
New Haven CT
$8 - 7:00PM - All Ages
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Mount Eerie (songwriter/producer/Microphone Phil Elverum) is set to release the new LP Lost Wisdom, October 7 on his P.W. Elverum & Sun label. The album is a collaboration with vocalist Julie Doiron (of '90s band Eric's Trip) and guitarist Fred Squire, which leans heavily on folk sounds, taking a break from the "punkest incarnation of Mount Eerie" featured on 2008 10" Black Wooden Ceiling Opening. Like most of Phil's stuff, it bears distinctive marks of his Anacortes, WA studio. (brooklynvegan)
Canadian singer-songwriter Julie Doiron may be little-known in the United States, but in Canada she is widely admired, both as an ex-member of the band Eric's Trip and as a solo artist. Her songs have earned her a Juno Award--the Canadian equivalent of the American Grammy Award--and she has been critically acclaimed for most of her musical career. Often compared to folk singer Joni Mitchell, Doiron is noted for her typically serious mood and the spare presentation of her songs.
Calm Down, It’s Monday is a guitar and drum duo from New Brunswick, Canada playing stripped down indie rock songs.