Realizing that the ultimate way to listen to the sort of live music which they loved was to create it themselves, Carrie Baith (vocals, guitar), Expenses Bush (guitar), Roger Hillis (bass), and Rod Whisner (drums) shaped the indie pop/rock and roll strap Braxton Hicks in the summertime of 1994 in Dover, DE. The music group performed at night clubs along the complete East Coast in addition to performing larger occasions like the LEADING EDGE Music Meeting in New Orleans as well as the esteemed South by Southwest Music Meeting. They self-released a five-song EP, dissolve, in 1997. Two singles from the EP, “Starry Eye” and “Deep,” obtained substantial airplay on local commercial and university stations. (The second option was known as “…one of the biggest music I’ve heard because the Pixies released Surfer Rosa…” by one development movie director.) Braxton Hicks also acquired tracks on many Compact disc compilations, like the 58/59 Information/Tortilla Information music sampler Rosetta Rock — Explosion 1997, the Philly Music Picture 1996 compilation, DC’s Frozen Tongue compilation as well as the Magnet Indie Music Sampler, Vol. 5. With brand-new bassist Costs Degnan, the music group signed to Magic Baby Information by the end of 1997 and released its debut full-length Compact disc, Where in fact the Sky Fits the bottom, in Sept 1998. Whisner was changed by brand-new drummer Chris Lausch following recording; at exactly the same time, primary bassist Hillis came back to the flip, prompting Degnan’s leave.