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The Microphones

The Microphones are practically a one man project, and it's headed by Phil Elvrum. The Mircophones play soft, stormy, rainy day acoustic folk tunes. Elvrum brings in a few guests to appear, and he is known for his masterpiece "The Glow pt.2" which came out in 2001. The music is extremely softand gentle, to get the full experience you will need to listen with headphones. The Microphones have released nine albums, and have been aroundsince the late 90's.

Similar Bands: Eric's Trip, Thanksgiving, Mount Eerie, Neutral Milk Hotel

LPs
Mount Eerie
2003

4
264 Votes
The Glow Pt. 2
2001

4.4
933 Votes
It Was Hot We Stayed In The Water
2000

3.9
223 Votes
Don't Wake Me Up
1999

3.8
93 Votes
EPs
Two Songs by the Microphones
2007

2.8
5 Votes
Live Albums
Live In Japan
2004

5
1 Votes
Compilations
The Glow Pt. 2 (Re-release)
2008

4.3
132 Votes
Song Islands
2002

3.6
15 Votes
Blood
2002

3.3
15 Votes
Little Bird Flies Into a Big Cloud
2002

3.6
17 Votes
the Glow pt. 2 (Other Songs & Destroyed Versions)
2001

Window
2000

3.4
26 Votes
Tests
1998

3.1
19 Votes
X-Ray Means Woman
1996

2.1
9 Votes

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