Bride of Zero Zero was a theatrical sound rock and roll quartet formed in springtime 1999 by Chicagoan Azita Youssefi. After her important Scissor Women task fizzled out, Youssefi shaped Bride-to-be of No No with J Graff, MV Carbon, and J Kienzier. Their titles might have been fabricated; it had been all area of the display, as BONN also performed in floor-length, burka-inspired shrouds that remaining only their eye visible. Because the Scissor Women had produced Youssefi a tiny star within the underground music community, the secret surrounding her fresh project was partly made to present the quartet as equals, unmarred by preconceived notions of status or gender. Atavistic released the debut Bride-to-be of No No launch in early 2001. B.O.N.N. Apetit!’s discordant anti-melodies and claustrophobic vibe had been a critical achievement, as well as the music group performed on the LA installment from the artist-curated All Tomorrow’s Celebrations music celebration ( where Sonic Youngsters was web host). Nevertheless, by 2002, strife inside the group was rampant, and by June of this year, Bride-to-be of No No was forget about. The quartet acquired were able to record another record before its dissolution, nevertheless; the self-titled discharge made an appearance on Atavistic in June 2003. Youssefi continued to a single career, and Move City released her debut, Enantidromia, in early 2003.