Gobber, Psi and Steve were friends in Liverpool, when they decided to form Timeshard in the late '80s as an experiment with first loops and found sounds at their home studio. The trio began organizing free local parties and became known as the area's first "live acid-house band." Gradually, the live show expanded outwards and across Great Britain, while their sound gained elements of ethno-techno, trance and dub. Timeshard also gained attention for their self-released, cassette-only albums, Who Pilots the Flying Saucers in 1991 and Hyperborean Dome Temples of Apollo the following year. In 1994, Planet Dog signed the group and released Crystal Oscillations. The trio's second full album, Hunab Ku, appeared in 1996. ~ John BushPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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