Primavera Sound 2013 Review

A lot had changed for the 13th edition of Primavera Sound, most notably that the festival was no longer “San Miguel Primavera Sound,” but “Heineken Primavera Sound.” The difference is relevant, because a lot of the local Spanish elements of the festival haven’t been as emphasized in more recent years (and the Primavera organization has […]

TBJ in 2012: A Year in Review

This year was a long but exciting first year for THE BOMBER JACKET. We moved our headquarters from Berlin to New York City, our initial staff of four writers expanded into a much larger group of people from all over the world, and we have started branding our first PR campaigns to help push the […]

“There is No Nature” Part II, Mount Eerie Sinking into the Ocean Roar

The following is a visual prose poetry response to Mount Eerie’s second 2012 release, Ocean Roar. It’s a continuation of the piece “Mount Eerie under the Clear Moon,” inspired by the first release, Clear Moon, and an interview with the artist, Phil Elverum.   The car sped down the highway with an intensity of some impending unknown cataclysm […]

Listen to the artists from Issue #17

Listen to the artists from The Bomber Jacket Issue #17 including Mount Eerie, Why?, and Bob Mould.

“There Is No Nature,” Mount Eerie under the Clear Moon

The following article is a narrative written after an interview with Mount Eerie’s Phil Elverum. It’s intended to be a reaction to his latest album, Clear Moon, and the things discussed in the interview. The full transcript can be found below the narrative, at the end of the article. Mount Eerie loomed in white with curtains […]