Home / Tag Archives: The Bevis Frond

Tag Archives: The Bevis Frond

Orange Alabaster Mushroom

The Orange Alabaster Mushroom is really a one-man band project by Ottawa, Ontario-based singer/songwriter Greg Watson. While an associate from the Fiends (not really the LA punk group, but several Ottawa-based garage area rockers), Watson started recording his personal, more psychedelically affected solo materials in early 1991. Although Watson continuing …

Read More »

Mary Lou Lord

Playing her way from your subways and streets of London and Boston, guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Mary Lou Lord broke in to the indie rock and roll scene in 1994 within the Destroy Rock and roll Stars label. After showing up on the KRS compilation, Lord released a self-titled EP in 1995 another …

Read More »

Twink

A mainstay from the Uk psychedelic motion, singer/drummer Twink was created John Alder, initial surfacing in 1963 as an associate from the Colchester-based Dane Stephens as well as the Deep Beats; once the group agreed upon to Decca the next year, they followed the name the Fairies. Rechristened Twink, Alder …

Read More »

Walkingseeds

Liverpool, Britain’s leading psychedelic ‘grunge’ professionals arose early in 1986 from the ashes from the Mel-O-Tones. Among, John Neesam (drums), Frank Martin (vocals) and Bob Parker (bass, acoustic guitar) created the Corinthians for 90 days, documenting a seven-track demonstration that formed the foundation from the Strolling Seeds’ arranged. The music …

Read More »

Magic Hour

Magic Hour may be the brainchild of Bostonian Wayne Rogers, that has released many solo albums in the Twisted Community label within the 1990s, in addition to sporadically leading the garage area/psychedelic music group Crystalized Movements within the ’80s (which were able to release five albums in Twisted Community). In …

Read More »

The Green Pajamas

The neo-psychedelic music group the Green Pajamas were founded in Seattle in 1984 by Jeff Kelly and Joe Ross. A lifelong music enthusiast, Kelly started composing his initial songs at age 11, forming an organization called the Electric powered Garbage Cans; after his parents bought him a reel-to-reel tape recorder, …

Read More »

The Bevis Frond

The Bevis Frond was Nick Saloman, a neo-psychedelic Renaissance man and the only real writer, performer, and producer behind the cottage industry bearing the Frond name. The top of his very own label (Woronzow) along with the co-publisher of his very own underground newspaper (the respectable Ptolemaic Terrascope), Saloman was …

Read More »

Clinton Hensley

Virginia-based musician Clinton Hensley founded the Royheads with previous classmate Randall Hodge following the two bonded more than a shared love of experimental music. Their LP, About Anything with an increase of to Arrive & 12 Additional Songs, showed up on Quit//Gap Records by the end of 2009, showcasing the …

Read More »

Creams

The Lotions, a neo-psychedelic quartet from Leicester, Britain, regrouped from the remnants of Ruth’s Refrigerator — a short-lived side project between Alan Jenkins, guitarist/songwriter formerly from the FROST NOVA Mice as well as the Chrysanthemums — and an indie pop group called Po! (never to become puzzled with either the …

Read More »

Yukio Yung

Yukio Yung may be the pseudonym of Terry Burrows, a London-based vocalist/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist with an apparently limitless urge for food for both pseudonyms and aspect projects. Apart from his best-known alias, which he initial found in the middle-’80s as one-third from the psych pop group the Chrysanthemums, Burrows released instrumental prog …

Read More »