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Additionally, ‘Mother Earth’ is the moniker fostered by an invasive instrumental power trio based on the Isle of Mannn as of the early 21st century. The group’s use of geometrics, biomass and physical algebra led to an almost unanimous disregard for their output, until a wayward Niagara Falls installation artiste documented two of their tracks as part of his piece ‘Never Records’ at Liverpool’s 2010 Biennial.
Sitting somewhere between a mid-career Dio (sans vocals) and a middle-eight-fixated Foreigner circa smash long-player ‘Four’ (sans solos), the non-identical triplets that make up the Channel Isle’s best hope of being placed on a musical map have posted their digital-analogue-digital transcodes at http://motherearth.bandcamp.com, aiding them in fending off any lambasts at their derivative manipulation of ‘classic rock’ motifs.
Mother Earth continued their rash of northwestern United Kingdom appearances well into the bleak late-winter of 2010. For example, the band were announced as opening support act for roving Californians Abe Vigoda on their Liverpudlian, leg set to take place on the 15th of November 2010.
They followed up this onslaught with several appearances in people’s lounges & front rooms into the milder months of 2011.

Their fans are generally considered too clever by half But if you’ve read this far, you’ve already realized that.

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