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Dry Stone Feed - EP

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The bridge between Robert Hampson and Scott Dawson's previous work in Loop and the drumless space aesthetic perfected on subsequent Main projects including the Firmament and Hz series, Dry Stone Feed is arguably the pivotal release in the duo's catalog, a mesmerizing work essential to understanding their past as well as their future. Opening with the grinding "Cypher," each successive track systematically strips away another element of conventional musical design, gradually obliterating cherished notions of structure, shape, and form to arrive at "Pulled from the Water," an epic environmental noise collage which itself gives way to the title track, a pulsating, buzzing alien abstract. Disturbing, gripping, and ferociously brilliant.

Biography

Formed: 1991 in Croydon, London, England

Genre: Alternative

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

Upon the 1991 dissolution of the British trance-rock quartet Loop, bassist Neil McKay and John Wills formed the Hair and Skin Trading Company, leaving guitarists Robert Hampson and Scott Dawson to found the highly experimental Main, a project combining the aesthetics of ambient music with layered tapestries of droning electric guitar textures and dark, ominous soundscapes. Main's debut EP releases, 1991's Hydra and 1992's Calm — later collected as the Hydra-Calm LP — were their most aggressive,...
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