For nearly 30 years, Earth's Dylan Carlson, its lone constant member, has inhabited a uniquely elastic role in rock. From the very beginning, Earth has been both an exponent of experimental drone-based guitar music. The only constant in this band's aesthetic is change, an odd point of irony given that their recorded music relies on heavy yet hypnotic forms of repetition. Carlson has stripped the band's sound back to a basic duo with only drummer Adrienne Davies as a collaborator focusing more on percussive sounds as the hub of the warped wheel which Earth churns on while retaining the cinematic scope of earlier recordings.
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