French guitarist Antoine Gindt formed Hellebore
with bassist Jean Cael,
drummer Daniel Koskowitz and
pianist Denis Tagu to perform an unorthodox blend of
prog-rock, musique concrete and free jazz,
as documented on Il y a des Jours (1983).
Cael (now on lead guitar), Koskowitz, Tagu (now lead vocalist) and keyboardist Don Ziestak went on to form Szentendre that only released a six-song single-sided LP, Szentendre (1986).
Antoine Gindt, Daniel Koskowitz and Alain Casari
formed NEO Museum that released
Nouvelle Ethnologies de l'Obscur Museum (1986).
Tagu and Koskowitz also joined the ensemble Look de Bouk, formed by drummer Etienne Himalaya and keyboardist Kwettap Ieuw, starting with
Lacrimae Rerum (1985) and
peaking with Becs et Ongles (1990).