Ozric Tentacles Tickets
Ozric Tentacles are an instrumental band from Somerset,
England, whose music is described as psychedelic. Formed
in 1984, Ozric Tentacles have released well over 20 albums and become a cottage industry selling around a million
albums worldwide despite never having major label backing. Their
music is a psychedelic mixture of thumping basslines, sound
effects and danceable keyboard and guitar work.
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In the 1980s, Ozric Tentacles built a fanbase on the festival circuit, becoming particularly associated with the Glastonbury Festival, and made a series of cassette releases, sold at gigs and via a fan club.
Ozric Tentacles' first label release was Pungent Effulgent in 1989, which was also re-released in the early 2000s, packaged with Strangeitude. This was followed by Erpland (1990), an album dedicated to Erp, a character which appears on many of the band's album artworks. In 1991, the Strangeitude LP was release and the track "Sploosh!" was used by BMW in an advertising campaign and became the band's only single. By 1993, Ozric Tentacles had grossed over three million dollars and their Jurassic Shift album reached the Top 10 of the U.K. Album Charts.
Ozric Tentacles are famous for their live performances, long fronted by bandmember Champignon, who danced around the stage in a trance-like manner and occasionally plays the flute. Ozric Tentacles have long taken an audio-visual approach to live performance, with an integrated lighting and projections crew. As of 2006, the lineup features Ed Wynne (guitar, keyboards), Hagos (bass), Ed's wife Brandi Wynne (keyboards) and Metro (drums, percussion), Champignon having parted company with the band in 2005.