Seattle’s experimental punk trio the A Structures feature vocalist/guitarist Erin Sullivan, bassist Min Yee, and drummer Lars Finberg, most of whom played jointly in some bands — like the Cleverness, the Dipers, as well as the Un-Natural Helpers — because the past due ’90s. Originally referred to as Bend Sinister, they truly became the A Structures in 1999 and started saving themselves in early 2000. Not really willing to wager on the probabilities a label might indication them, the bandmembers created their very own label, Dragnet, that 12 months, and recorded even more songs in Sacramento, CA, with Scott Soriano. In 2000, Dragnet released the very first A Frames solitary, Neutron Bomb/Rays Generation/Test Pipe Baby, as well as the group came back to Sacramento to get more documenting classes. Soriano’s label, S-S Information, released the band’s following solitary, Plastica, in early 2001; by that fall, the A Structures had enough materials ready for his or her first, self-titled recording, that was co-released by Dragnet and S-S in springtime 2002. They documented their second recording, A Structures 2, that fall, and released it via S-S the next springtime. Later on in 2003, the music group documented — and junked — preliminary sessions because of its third full-length; the next 12 months the A Structures relocated to Sub Pop, which released Dark Forest (also documented with Soriano) in early 2005. The next 12 months, Finberg remaining the music group to focus on the Cleverness.