BLACK MOUNTAIN

Black Mountain doesn't have a creation myth, or not exactly: "Most of us were found standing 'round parties wearing similar T-shirts or shoes and nodding our heads to something cool on the stereo," Stephen McBean explains. "Others were heard from behind walls but never seen 'til years later. You share a smoke, do a shot then end up in a van together for what seems like the rest of your life."

Black Mountain Creates Soundtrack to New Movie, ‘Year Zero’

Globe’s Year Zero (0000) Final Trailer from Globe Surf on Vimeo.

Black Mountain creates original soundtrack to movie? You heard right. It’s all for the post-apocalyptic film Year Zero and can be heard in its entirety come April 3rd. Including both old and new Black Mountain tracks, the soundtrack features nine songs, one of which you can download and stream below. The eight-minute long jam, “Mary Lou”, as Fader says it, “marks the return of Black Mountain.” Check out the Year Zero trailer above!

Black Mountain – “Mary Lou” by Jagjaguwar

Black Mountain on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic!



On this St. Valentine’s Day, Black Mountain showed up bright and early to KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic to play a rare radio set for all the lovebirds in the Los Angeles area and beyond.

KCRW posted both video (embed above) and a stream of the 45-minute show for the masses. Spoiler: they begin with 2010′s most romantic indie rock song…

Setlist:
The Hair Song
Old Fangs
Wilderness Heart
Don’t Run Our Hearts Around
Let Spirits Ride
Rollercoaster
Druganaut

Black Mountain is touring Australia and Europe this spring! Tour dates are here.

Black Mountain, GAYNGS and S. Carey @ Sasquatch! 2011

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Black Mountain, GAYNGS and S. Carey will represent Jagjaguwar at this year’s Sasquatch! Music Festival, May 27-30 in George, WA. The lineup is huge, including everyone from Modest Mouse to Sharon Van Etten to Guided By Voices.

Check out festival details on their performances, after the jump!

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Black Mountain’s Steve McBean Appears in New Film – Watch the Trailer

EVERYTHING LOUDER THAN EVERYTHING ELSE TRAILER from Obsolete Films on Vimeo.

A new indie film, a comedy called EVERYTHING LOUDER THAN EVERYTHING ELSE, by Rob Leickner from Obsolete Films debuted at the Whistler Film Festival, and the film features Black Mountain’s own Stephen McBean. I’m really excited about seeing this movie because 1) Vancouver music is awesome 2) the movie is about a woman in the music industry 3) MCBEANNNN! He appears in the above trailer.

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A really good interview with Rob and Nardnarduwar the Human Serviette, expounds upon the film, the Hive Studio, how far along in the film the word “fuck” is introduced and various indie rock jargon.  Listen here.

The Hair Song by Black Mountain

Old Fangs by Black Mountain

Druganaut by Black Mountain

Mary Lou by Black Mountain
Druganaut by Black Mountain
Tyrants by Black Mountain
The Hair Song by Black Mountain
Old Fangs by Black Mountain

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