Frank Rynne is an Irish-born singer, record producer, art curator, film-maker, writer, and historian. He has played in three bands Those Handsome Devils in 1984, The Baby Snakes (1985-1994) and Islamic Diggers (1996- ). He has produced three CDs of Moroccan folk music by the Master Musicians of Joujouka. In 1992 Rynne co-organised The Here to Go Show, an international art show featuring the works of William S. Burroughs and Brion Gysin and, with fellow organisers Joe Ambrose and Terry Wilson, co-wrote Man from Nowhere. He co-produced the CD 10%: file under Burroughs (1996).
Their third and final LP was produced by Sex Pistols audio engineer, Dave Goodman. In 1990, the band recruited drummer Nigel Preston, a founder member of The Cult. After Preston's death in 1992, Rynne began to work on projects related to Burroughs and Gysin.