Wednesday, May 15 2013
Matthew Cooper of Eluvium talks to PopMatters about the creative process, taking the leap into the world of the double album, and following up the most daring album of his career.
Tuesday, April 6 2010
“I definitely feel that one chapter has ended and another begun,” observes Eluvium’s Matthew Cooper as he takes a turn towards pop in his fifth album, Similes adding vocals, percussion and new sense of verse/chorus structure to his ambient soundscapes.
Thursday, December 20 2007
From tech house to Radiohead and Americana to indie and everything in between, PopMatters picks the best 60 albums of 2007.
Wednesday, April 9 2014
Inventions places Eluvium’s lush, electronic ambience alongside Explosions in the Sky’s sense of space and tension.
Tuesday, May 21 2013
Matthew Cooper finishes a once-abandoned album and in the process offers a guide to all the sides of Eluvium's music and a wonderful banquet for fans.
Thursday, March 4 2010
The addition of vocals only strengthens Similes, Eluvium's most perfectly beautiful album to date.
Tuesday, March 27 2007
I can think of few musicians of any genre making instrumental music as involving as Matthew Cooper's ambient compositions under the name Eluvium.
Sunday, June 26 2005
What we have here is an assembly of sound whose origin seems to be wholly not of this earth.
Wednesday, January 6 2010
Eluvium Similes (Temporary Residence) Releasing: 23 February In the two years since Eluvium's last album, Matthew Cooper has learned how to add vocals to his ambient