Shed in the grunge trend of the first ’90s was the guitar-drenched Venus Beads. Comprising Rob Jones (vocals, electric guitar), Anthony Cost (electric guitar), and Tag Hassall (drums), the Venus Beads shaped in Britain and raised several eyebrows with their debut recording, Incision, co-produced by previous House of Like guitarist Terry Bickers, who experienced achieved godlike position in the U.K. press along with his earlier music group. The Venus Beads assimilated the pre-Nirvana noises from the shoegazer picture, specifically the dreamy wall structure of guitars and soaring harmonies of Trip, and offered them a punk kick. “Moon Is usually Red” got on college-radio channels, however the Venus Beads by no means took off within their homeland or in the us. The music group was instantly banished towards the cutout bins, where their information, including their second LP, Dark Aspirin, tend to be found.