On the Dr. Strange project, Erick Moncollin, goes into a different direction. Yes, the title says "Music for reptiles", but what you get is much more than that: environmental ambient full of warm and organic synth layers, subtle percussions, synth melodies and lots of environmental sounds/field recordings. Original concepts. A combination of ambient and environmental influences together with percussions and IDM sounds.
Ireland's answer to the Incredible String Band, Dr. Strangely Strange engaged in the same type of psychedelic acoustic music with folksy arrangements. With traditional instruments like penny whistle, fiddle, harmonium, and mandolin, Dr. Strangely Strange was more solidly rooted in melody and structure than the group's flaky Scottish counterparts. Produced by British modern folk guru Joe Boyd, "Kip of the Serenes" is built around simple and repetitious melodies occasionally interrupted by stream-of-consciousness musical and lyrical diversions. This simplistic approach would be abandoned with their 1970 follow-up, "Heavy Petting", which saw their first partnership with electric guitarist Gary Moore.