Black Mountain

Members of Black Mountain: Amber Webber, Jeremy Schmidt, Joshua Wells, Matthew Camirand, Stephen McBean
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.blackmountainarmy.com, http://www.myspace.com/blackmountain, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Mountain_(band)

Discography of Black Mountain:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Quiet Weather Singles Series 2 Audio 2004-12-19
2 Druganaut 4 Audio 2005-06-07 Jagjaguwar
3 In The Future 10 Audio 2008 Popfrenzy Records
4 Stormy High 3 Audio 2006-11-00 Jagjaguwar
5 Black Mountain 8 Audio 2005 City Slang
6 In The Future 10 Audio 2008-01-22 Scratch Records
7 Lucy Brown 2 Audio 2008-11-15 Sub Pop
8 In The Future Sampler 4 Audio 2008 Jagjaguwar
9 Druganaut 2 Audio 2005-06-07 Jagjaguwar
10 Wilderness Heart 10 Audio 2010-09-10 Jagjaguwar
11 Wilderness Heart 10 Audio 2010-09-10 Jagjaguwar
12 Old Fangs 3 Audio 2010 Jagjaguwar
13 Druganaut 2 Audio 2004 Jagjaguwar
14 Rollercoaster 4 Audio 2011-04-16 Jagjaguwar
15 Year Zero (The Original Soundtrack) 9 Audio 2012-04-03 Jagjaguwar
16 Rollercoaster 4 Audio 2011 Jagjaguwar
17 Black Mountain 8 Audio 2005 Low Transit Industries
18 The Black Mountain Army Tour EP 6 Audio 2006 City Slang
19 Black Mountain 8 Audio 2005 City Slang
20 Wilderness Heart 10 Audio 2010 Jagjaguwar
21 Wilderness Heart 10 Audio 2010 Jagjaguwar
22 Quiet Weather Singles Series 2 Audio 2004-12-19


After founding Jerk with a Bomb in the late ’90s, Stephen McBean had by the mid-2000s transformed the Vancouver-area band into a group called Black Mountain. Drawing on blues, psychedelia, acid rock, and the Velvet Underground, Black Mountain’s sound was a cross between the darkness and grit of the Warlocks and Brian Jonestown Massacre’s trippiness. After debuting in October 2004 on Jagjaguwar with the 12” Druganaut, Black Mountain stayed with the label for an eponymous full-length, issued the following January. Joining McBean for the album were local players Matthew Camirand, Jeremy Schmidt, Joshua Wells, and Amber Webber, listed collectively to preserve the band’s communal ethic. (Black Mountain ran concurrent to and intermingled with McBean’s other band, lo-fi classic rockers Pink Mountaintops.) In January 2008, the group released their sophomore album, In the Future, and showed off their willingness to explore proggy (and druggy) territory with the 17-minute opus “Bright Lights.” The group’s third, full length album, Wilderness Heart, arrived in 2010.


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