Quote Originally Posted by David Lyga View Post
Now, pejorative assessments as the the monetary aspect of a particular "cult's" real seeking may, or may not be true. That becomes ancillary to the 'aesthetics' that is of primary importance. But, we all should heartily agree, both contributed mightily to the genre.
David, I agree with you here. As a musician primarily, I can attest that music groups (good ones) usually form for aesthetic reasons. That said, once a group has been formed with an aesthetic that I like, I hope the group does indeed "present in frequent shows"!

Great thread.