Judging off their affinity for psychedelic pop/rock and roll (with some improv elements tossed in aswell), the Boston quartet Abunai! are main admirers of Syd Barrett-era Green Floyd. The music group originally formed through the middle-’90s, when Dan Parmenter (bass), Brendan Quinn (electric guitar), and Joe Turner (drums) met up to jam — most of whom got previously logged period with other regional groups. Quickly thereafter, multi-instrumentalist Kris Thompson (body organ, synthesizer, theremin) agreed upon on, rounding out Abunai! to a four-piece. Agreed upon to the indie label Camcorder Oscura, the quartet released a set of albums through the latter area of the 10 years — 1997’s General Brain Decoder and 1999’s Mystic River Audio — which led to insurance coverage in such renowned magazines as Magnet, Moving Rock, and Alternative Press, plus airplay for the BBC’s John Peel off show. Because of their third discharge, 2000’s Circular Wound, Abunai! condensed many years’ worthy of of improv jams at their rehearsal studio room into a one disc’s worthy of of tunes. Furthermore to his Abunai! responsibilities, Thompson also qualified prospects an experimental aspect task, the Lothars, made up of many theremin players.