Forming in while its members were in high school, [Sidenote: This article was updated on to add information about Nik Rayne Safi’s stage name.] The Myrrors play
a sun-baked, mystical form of psychedelia informed by desert blues, Krautrock, free jazz, and Terry Riley-style minimalism. [Sidenote: Simpson, Paul, allmusic.com, “Myrrors Artist Biography”] The band’s lineup has changed several times throughout the years, but always retained a nucleus consisting of co-founders Nik Rayne [Sidenote: Nik Rayne is the stage name of Nik Rayne Safi, also known as N. R. Safi. Safi also records and produces as Naujawanan Baidar.] (guitar and other many other instruments) and Grant Beyschau (drums, woodwinds, and brass).
When The Myrrors stopped at Norman’s Dope Chapel on their way back from Austin’s Psych Fest in , they comprised Rayne and Beyschau along with Connor Gallagher (guitar, 12-string guitar), Cody Schwartz (bass), and Miguel Urbina (violin).
Experimental composer and guitarist Sam Regan, performing as Similarity, opened for The Myrrors.