Area of the thriving underground Welsh rock and roll music picture that gained international interest in the 1990s, Ectogram sticks out among the best groupings from that fertile music ground. That is because of the pure inventiveness and skills of its three associates, guitarist/vocalist Ann Matthews, guitarist Alan Holmes, and drummer Maeyc Hewitt, each of whom has a number of instruments in the group’s mixed studio recordings. Structured from the Bangor section of North Wales, its associates played in a number of regional acts, especially Fflaps, the immediate forebear of Ectogram, with both Matthews and Holmes leading it. Hewitt became a member of as an alternative drummer on the 1993 tour, as the group chanced on its live musical set up when on that tour, Holmes’ bass amp broke, leading him to change to guitar exclusively. Renamed to reveal the group’s brand-new direction, Ectogram after that began focus on a blizzard of singles and various other releases, making a post-psych/artwork rock and roll audio as indebted to Yoko Ono and Faust regarding the normal garage rock and roll root base and culminating in its expansive debut record I CANNOT Believe IT ISN’T Reggae! in 1996. Being successful praise because of its mixed, striking audio, the band continuing touring and documenting, often adding to the Ochre label aswell as its house company, the renowned Welsh-language label Ankst. After a seeming disappearance for a few years, the music group came back with another full-length champion, All Along the Wichtower, in 2000.