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Eluvium (musician)

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Birth name  Matthew Cooper
Website  www.eluvium.net
Name  Matthew Cooper
Associated acts  Inventions
Years active  2003–present

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Origin  Portland, Oregon Seattle, Washington
Labels  Temporary Residence Limited, Watership Sounds
Role  Musical Artist · eluvium.net
Record label  Temporary Residence Limited
Genres  Ambient music, Piano, Minimal music, Experimental music
People also search for  Mark Smith, Charles Buckingham, Matt McCormick
Albums  Nightmare Ending, Copia, Life Through Bombardment, Talk Amongst the Trees, Similes
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Music group  Inventions (Since 2013)

Eluvium is the moniker of the American ambient recording artist Matthew Cooper, who currently resides in Portland, Oregon. Cooper, who was born in Tennessee and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, before relocating to the Northwest, is known for blending various genres of experimental music including electronic, minimalism and piano. His albums often feature artwork and photographs by Jeannie Paske.

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Eluvium is currently signed to the record label Temporary Residence Limited.

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Matthew Robert Cooper and Miniatures

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In April 2008 it was announced that Cooper would release a "solo album" under the name Matthew Robert Cooper. Writing on the Temporary Residence message boards Cooper explained the change "this is not far from something "eluvium" would release—but since I began writing them—I felt that they were somehow disconnected from eluvium—perhaps a different personality took shape—thus, the use of a different name - this work is very dear to me."

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Miniatures was issued in 2008 on a limited vinyl release on the fledgling Portland label, Gaarden Records. The album was limited to 2,000 copies with the first 1,000 on colored vinyl.

Other projects

Cooper has also teamed up with Charles Buckingham, with whom he has worked on the ambient video project titled Window Exchange, to produce the "unedited improvised basement minidisc recordings" of Concert Silence. In the fall of 2007, Concert Silence made 09.22.07 [2-3pm], a 51-minute, six part instrumental piece.

In April 2010, Infraction Records released "09.22.07 [2-3pm]" on limited edition vinyl and compact disc, alongside a new 12" E.P./CD titled "Rain Furniture".

Cooper scored fellow Portlander Matt McCormick's feature film debut Some Days Are Better Than Others, under Temporary Residence Ltd. One of Cooper's original pieces can be heard in the trailer of the film. Another film scored by Cooper is For Thousands of Miles (2013) by Mike Ambs.

Cooper has released an Eluvium 10" vinyl named "Pedals / Petals" in January 2013, for the Vinyl Films project by film director Cameron Crowe.

In January 2014, Pitchfork reported that Cooper and Mark T. Smith of Explosions in the Sky have teamed up to form a new act called Inventions, who will release their first album, a self-titled, on April 1 through Temporary Residence. In September 2016 he released the album False Readings On.

as Eluvium

Studio albums
  • Lambent Material (2003, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • An Accidental Memory in the Case of Death (2004, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • Talk Amongst the Trees (2005, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • Copia (2007, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • Similes (2010, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • Static Nocturne (2010, Watership Sounds)
  • Nightmare Ending (2013, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • False Readings On (2016, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • Singles, EPs and splits
  • Travels in Constants Vol. 20 (2005, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • When I Live by the Garden and the Sea (2006, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • Jesu/Eluvium split (2007, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • Leaves Eclipse the Light (2010, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • The Motion Makes Me Last (2010, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • "Pedals b/w Petals" (2013, Vinyl Films 10")
  • Catalin (2014)
  • Wisdom for Debris (2014)
  • Compilations
  • Indecipherable Text (2007, Sensory Projects, Australia)
  • Australian release combines 'Lambent Material' and 'Talk Amongst the Trees' and includes three additional tracks.
  • Life Through Bombardment (2009, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • Vinyl box set of full discography with Cooper's signature, poster, and artwork.
    Appears on
  • Pacific UV - Pacific UV EP (2006, WARM Records) (song: "L.A.P.D. vs N.Y.P.D. (Eluvium Remix)")
  • Queer as Folk Season 5 Episode 9 end credits "Genius and the Thieves"
  • Skins Season 2 Episode 8 (Jal) "Genius and the Thieves"
  • Various Artists - Thankful (2005, Temporary Residence Limited) (song: "Carousel")
  • Various Artists - Tempset - (Re)Mix Tape (2006, Temporary Residence Limited) (Eluvium appears on four tracks of a mash-up remix CD made for Temporary Residence Limited's 10th Anniversary Festival, September 2006)
  • Explosions in the Sky - All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone (2007, Temporary Residence Limited) (song: "So Long, Lonesome (Eluvium Mix)") (Matthew Cooper's mix of the album track appears on its bonus CD)
  • Various Artists - Props Summer 2004 BMX Scene Report
  • Various Artists - Destroy Independent Music! (2007, Temporary Residence Limited) (song: "Prelude For Time Feelers")
  • Britney Spears - DVD: For the Record (2008), FremantleMedia Enterprises (song: "Taken")
  • Ireland's Grand Slam Glory 2009 (song: "Radio Ballet")
  • The Sight Below - Murmur EP (2009, Ghostly International) (song: "No Place For Us (Eluvium Remix)")
  • Balmorhea - All Is Wild, All Is Silent: Remixes (2009, Western Vinyl) (song: "Settler (Eluvium Remix)")
  • The Black Heart Procession - Blood Bunny / Black Rabbit (2010, Temporary Residence Limited (song: "Drugs (Remix by Eluvium)")
  • as Matthew Robert Cooper

    Studio albums
  • Miniatures (2008, Gaarden Records)
  • Original soundtracks
  • Some Days Are Better Than Others (2011, Temporary Residence Limited)
  • as Martin Eden

    In 2012, Cooper began releasing electronic music under a new moniker, Martin Eden, named after the 1909 Jack London book. Cooper described the debut Martin Eden 7" as something that "may appeal to fans of early Aphex Twin stuff, or turn of the century electronic music."

    Studio albums
  • Dedicate Function (2012, Lefse Records)
  • Singles
  • Lefse Records 7" (2012, Lefse Records)
  • as Concert Silence

    Concert Silence is a collaborative project with Charles Buckingham that began in 2007

    Studio albums
  • 09.22.07 [2-3pm] (2007, self-released on website / 2010, LP/CD, Infraction Records)
  • EPs
  • Rain Furniture E.P. (2010, 12" EP/CD, Infraction Records)
  • as MRC / PRB

    MRC / PRB is a collaborative project with Peter Broderick that began in 2011

    Singles
  • I Am Darkness, I Am Light (2011, lathe cut 5", Brian Records)
  • as Inventions

    Inventions is a collaborative project with Mark T. Smith of Explosions in the Sky that began in 2013

    Studio albums
  • Inventions (Temporary Residence Limited, 2014)
  • Maze of Woods (Temporary Residence Limited, 2015)
  • EPs
  • Remixed (Temporary Residence Limited, 2015)
  • Blanket Waves (Temporary Residence Limited, 2015)
  • Singles
  • Springworlds (Temporary Residence Limited, 2015)
  • References

    Eluvium (musician) Wikipedia


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