ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE are a collection of improvising musicians with formidable technical skills and a philosophical stance that has placed them at the tip of the Japanese underground iceberg. With more than a hundred CDs to their name, they have a massive cult following internationally and are well known for never having played the same song the same way twice ! They were the perfect choice allowing Gilli SMYTH and Daevid ALLEN, of GONG fame, to go where few have ventured. ACID MOTHERS GONG recorded an album in 2003, toured Japan a couple of times, and played a set at the GONG convention in Amsterdam, published on DVD as "Live At Uncon 2006". The recordings from that event were mixed and mastered by Harry WILLIAMSON at Spring Studios in Melbourne, with assistance from Daevid ALLEN. Our man also did the psychedelic video edit, and created special effects which complement the music perfectly.