Mind Doctors Make Acid. Started over in 1997 by the name Reptile, DJing Club, House and Techno in Algarve (Portugal) clubs. 2 years later moved on to Acid, Hardcore and Trance by the name "Belzbu". In the year 2000 he started Djing Goa and Producing Hip hop and very Psy Experimental Dance Music. In 2003 he started performing live, playing Acid Trance. 2004 he moved to England started producing PsyTrance and Chill Out and changed his name to "Rox".
Mind Doctors Make Acid is on Mixcloud. Listen for free to their radio shows, DJ mix sets and Podcasts. Later on in 2004 he finally changes and registers his Artist name to Mind Doctors Make Acid. From 2004 to 2007, . A as performed in Festivals like Eastern Haze, Symetry, and also in clubs like WaterFront (Norwich), "Black Swan" (Bristol).
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They never issued any album or single in their time. That’s probably part of the reason for remaining unknown for so long. They are one of the heaviest biker bands you have ever heard. Local residents had complained we were too loud and the police were called to make us stop, that pub lost its music licence and hasn’t had one to this day. What can you tell us about The Axeman Cometh and Psychotic Overkill material released in the 1990s? The tracks were recorded during rehearsals on an old Revox four track – we couldn’t afford to go into a studio. In the mid 1970s you had another band called Mind Doctors. I was somewhat fed up with bands and wanted to do something different. Keyboard virtuoso Dave Wadley and I started experimenting with ‘head music’ and came up with these tracks.