It's all about Psychobilly
Psychobilly musicians and fans often dress in styles that borrow from 1950s rockabilly and rock and roll , as well as 1970s punk fashions.
Other aesthetic influences include the scooterboys and skinheads, although not all performers or fans choose to dress in these styles.
Men often wear bothel creepers or Dr.Martins Boots and shave their heads into high wedge-shaped pompadours or quiffs, military-style crops, or mohawks.The Sharks song "Take a Razor to Your Head" articulated the early psychobilly scene's code of dress,
which was a reaction to the earlier British Teddy Boy movement:
"When your Mom says you look really nice / When you're dressed up like a Ted / It's time to follow this cat's advice / Take a razor to your head". Women of the psychobilly subculture frequently model their fashions after B-gradehorror films and hot rod culture.
Tattoos are common among both sexes.
King Kurt's Fans in Nottingham Nov-2011