I'm coming up to 68 and my musical tastes are firmly rooted in the 60s and 70s, and like anything that isn't mainstream - preferring folk and blues to rock, particularly the repetitive stuff that lacks imagination.
The Bevis Frond is really just one guy, Nick Saloman. As the Bevis frond he has recorded over 20 albums from the 80s to the present day, mostly recorded in his home. I confess to only owning 2, the Inner Marshland CD and The North Circular, a triple album on glorious blue vinyl.
The music? To quote Allmusaic.com, The Bevis Frond's influences are strongly rooted in the '60s, as Saloman's music blends elements of psychedelia, pop, early hard rock, and folk, with plenty of epic-scale guitar freakouts.
The appeal to me is the guitar soling which is inventive, unconventional and guaranteed to clear your house of unwanted guests.
And currently playing some early Martin Simpson (from 1983), "Grinning In Your Face." He is a wonderful guitarist, seen him live several times. I guess you'd classify him as folk, but brilliant.