|Origin||San Luis Obispo, U.S.|
|Genres||folk rock, neo-psychedelia, experimental rock, indie rock, lo-fi|
|Labels||Devil In The Woods|
|Past members||Matt Ward, Kyle Field, Mike Funk, Jake Hockel, Sanjeev Srinivas|
The band is notable as an early collaboration between Matt Ward (who later came to prominence as M. Ward) and Kyle Field (aka Little Wings), along with a series of drummers: Jake Hockel, Sanjeev Srinivas, and Mike Funk. The band was described by Field as "the band in which I learned how to play music".
They completed one full-length album, 2000's Swing Like A Metronome, which was produced by Jason Lytle of Grandaddy and released by independent label Devil in the Woods. The band also released a couple of songs recorded by Adam Selzer from the M. Ward band and Norfolk & Western. Co-dependent Records released the "Weren't a Problem" EP as a 7" in 1996 and a cassette entitled "Cash Crops and Box Plots" in 1995.
- 2000: Swing Like A Metronome