After establishing himself as an integral member in the first Chicago punk scene, Steve Bjorklund (Hit Under, Terminal Seaside) formed Breaking Circus. Authorized to Homestead, Breaking Circus initial issued THE Longer Fuse, an eight-song stream of pounding dance beats and scabrous guitars. Around 1986, Bjorklund going north to Minneapolis, and started using Rifle Sport’s tempo section (bassist Flour and drummer Todd Trainer) during intervals of inactivity. Phil Harder afterwards joined because the second guitarist. With an increase of deliberate agreements, the trio released the Glaciers Machine LP as well as the Smokers’ Heaven EP in 1987. After breaking the music group up in 1988, Bjorklund quickly linked himself with Balloon Man; Flour continued to record by himself on Contact & Move, while Trainer documented as Brick Level Cake and finally joined up with the Chicago-based Shellac. Harder produced Big Trouble Home.