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Years ago, Conor Oberst was called the new Dylan. Yet Oberst's discography—from his solo albums to his Bright Eyes material to his many side projects—is already starting to eclipse the Bard's in sheer volume, and Oberst is only 34. This makes it hard to assert that Upside Down Mountain is the sound of a former prodigy maturing, but it is. While these songs are stuffed full of guest musicians, the tracks are some of Oberst's simplest; they're full of concise, cutting lines. "I know no one will believe me/But I don't want a second chance/To be an object of desire," he sings on "Artifact #1," a smoldering ballad with a Tex-Mex flair. The biggest touchstone here is '70s rock, as Oberst nods to The Eagles' winsome chug and Neil Young's haunted fuzz. The hooks are welcome, especially as they disguise Oberst's increasingly jaundiced (though no less affecting) observations.

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Album of the Year!

Great work by the master songwriter! New Age Bob Dylan!


I can't think of any better way to spend my time than listening to this on repeat. Exceeds expectations. Refreshing, intimate, unique...

New Single

Governors Ball is an amazing song. I can only imagine what the rest of this album will sound like. :)


Born: February 15, 1980 in Omaha, NE

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

With his trembling voice, acoustic guitar, and confessional approach to songwriting, Conor Oberst played an important role in shaping the lighter, intimate side of indie rock during the late '90s and beyond. His main project was Bright Eyes, an eclectic group of rotating musicians that vacillated between pop, folk, electronica, and country-rock. Although Oberst remained at the center of that band, he also logged time in a number of other outfits, including Commander Venus, the Magentas, Park Ave.,...
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