Paisley Underground is a musical genre that originated from California. It was particularly popular in Los Angeles, reaching a peak in the mid s. Paisley Underground bands incorporated psychedelia , rich vocal harmonies and guitar interplay, owing a particular debt to s groups such as Love and the Byrds , but more generally referencing a wide range of pop and garage rock revival. The term "Paisley Underground" originated in late , and took root with a comment made by Michael Quercio of the band The Three O'Clock , during an interview with the LA Weekly alternative newspaper. Quercio was close friends with Lina Sedillo who was the bass player with local punk band Peer Group, who had played on the same bill as The Salvation Army on occasion.
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For some reason, people grabbed onto that name and it turned into something. There was a romantic feel to it. Hair metal and new wave pop were the dominant forces in post-punk California, but the Paisley Underground bands offered an alternative. And before he formed Rain Parade, David Roback and I had been a couple during my college years at Berkeley, where we had this band called The Unconscious.
Many more, though, fade from memory — like the Paisley Underground. Back in the early 80s, Los Angeles saw a sudden spurt of young bands all influenced by the psychedelia of the late 60s, and all taking different elements of it. The result was bands that all sounded different, but all of a piece — from the intense, droning, tough Velvetsy rock of the Dream Syndicate, to the sunshiney Beatles pop of the Bangles, to the Byrds-indebted Long Ryders. Three decades on, the Rain Parade and the Three O'Clock have reformed, and next week the Dream Syndicate come to London for the first time in 25 years to perform their still-wonderful debut album, The Days of Wine and Roses, in its entirety at Dingwalls — just days after a young group audibly in thrall to the Paisley Underground, Allah-Las , play the same venue. And so we bring you this reminder of something you may have forgotten about — if you knew about it in the first place — in the form of an oral history of the Paisley Underground, as told by its participants.