Main Chain
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Main Chain

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF
Band EDM Alternative


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EP The Holiest Day - released 2008

Single Holiest Day remixes - 2008

EP Remix CD - 2009

EP Just To Feel Alive - 2010



Consisting of two childhood friends who survived through many trials and tribulations into adulthood, Main Chain carry with them the same childlike spark of wonder and creativity. Building a bond at a very young age, the two initially formed as a band when they were merely 12 years old. And in that tradition both members write the songs and split the vocal duties bringing a fresh perspective and fitting style to each track.

Eliah Mountjoy lends his resounding and confident, yet somehow tragic and fragile voice to the majority of the songs. He also lays down the guitar licks and shares songwriting duties.

Robinson Gibb’s voice can be heard on most of the choruses and some of the songs in entirety. He brings his Soul and New Wave influenced, smooth yet gritty vocals to several of the album tracks. He is also the main producer and synth programmer for the group, as well as co-writer.

Main Chain debuted their first single The Holiest Day to an international audience at the Winter Music Conference in Miami in 2008. Gaining spins at the conference and catching-on far beyond with their extensive web presence.

The duo quickly retreated back to the studio to craft their full-length album and hone in on a new sound that would breakdown the genre barriers and bring together all the aspects of the electronic sub-scenes.

Known for their impeccable work ethic the two Main Chain’s have held onto their music tightly, perfecting every minute detail while preparing it for the masses. Held-up in a rented studio space in North Hollywood, CA, the group works day and night moving the project forward. The album nears completion as the band reaches their creative and technical apex.

Robinson Gibb A producer at heart, Robinson has spent years developing his signature and recognizable sound. He cut his teeth on the local hip-hop circuit in Denver where he shared stages with the likes of De La Soul, Tha Liks, and Hieroglyphics to name only a few. Infamous for his beats and cutting edge mixes, Robinson (then known as DJ Flukz), collaborated with many of the most talented and respected MCs and DJs in Colorado. He was also a weekly fixture on two FM radio programs that showcased the latest and greatest in the national and local hip-hop scene.
Since relocating to LA in the early 00’s, Robinson has been involved in the ever- expanding electronic music community. DJing loft parties in downtown LA at night and learning Protools and Avid by day, Robinson has been very busy. In addition to perfecting his music producing chops, he has gained recognition as a sought-after video editor and audio mixer for TV shows and documentary films. He launched Third Person Productions, Inc., a multimedia entertainment company in 2007. When not in the studio recording Robinson can be found studying martial arts and acting, taking singing and music lessons, and jogging in the park.

Eliah Mountjoy
A natural performer, Eliah seduces the attention of his audience with his larger than life persona and his delicate yet resoundingly confident voice. He is known for his dynamic vocal range and rapier wit. He honed his craft busking on the famed Pearl St. of his hometown Boulder, CO. After moving to San Francisco in the early 00’s, Eliah began playing coffee shops and small clubs, eventually becoming well-recognized artist on the singer/songwriter circuit, and collaborating
with Matt Nathanson. After scoring three films, a documentary and an animated short, Eliah recorded his first album A Different Kind Of Grey before relocating to Los Angeles to pursue his music and acting careers. When not in the studio Eliah can be found running in the Hollywood Hills, reading, practicing guitar, meeting new people in odd places, or consoling ex-girlfriends on the phone.

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