“Beginning in Harrisonburg, Va., at James Madison University in the early’90s, the four men produced intricate compositions on one hand clean, repetitive, and mellow, but on the other, brash and jagged. The foursome flung out a raw, unharnessed energy to produce their first 7” on DC’s Nervous Wreck Kids, two compilations on Whirled Records, and a split 12” with Canada’s Shotmaker. The band ended following the sudden death of bassist Baynor in 1995. While Richards didn’t continue musically, Ringo and NeSmith followed with Sleepytime Trio, Supine to Sit, Rah Bras, Bats & Mice, and a host of other bands. ” - Lovitt records.
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