Bark Psychosis

One of the lesser known yet most pivotal projects to fall under the post-rock idiom, England’s Bark Psychosis are progenitors of the genre who first stormed the scene with their career-defining 1994 album, Hex (Circa/EMI). First formed in 1986 by a teenage Graham Sutton (vocals/various instruments) and John Ling (bass/samples), the original iteration of the band consisted also of fellow Londoners Daniel Gish (keyboard/piano) and Mark Simnett (drums/percussion). The band maintained an ever-evolving elasticity to its sound in its most active years from the late-1980s through the mid-1990s, beginning first as a... Read More

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