Cut-Out continued the music romantic relationship between grunge superproducer Steve Fisk and Robert Beerman following a breakup of the previous music group, the long-lived indie rock and roll instrumentalists Pell Mell. Unlike Pell Mell, that was occasionally cited like a kindred soul from the rockist wing from the post-rock motion, Cut-Out was a mainly digital affair, yet distributed the soundtrack-friendly strategy of its forerunner. Their music asked a tremendous selection of evaluations: early consumer electronics experimenters (Cluster, Brian Eno, Kraftwerk), synth minimalists (Youthful Marble Giants, Cabaret Voltaire), digital indie rings (Enon, Manitoba, French Paddleboat, Optiganally Yours), kitschy avant lounge (Stereolab, Asmus Tietchens’ Hematic Sunsets), post-rock (Refrigerator, Sofa), and dub (especially Adrian Sherwood). Cut-Out grew from the classes for the ultimate Pell Mell recording, 1997’s Celebrity City, that was created and designed by cult preferred Tchad Blake. Among the devices Blake applied to the record was a house organ known as the Fun Machine, which was included with a couple of preprogrammed rhythms and chordal accompaniments. After Celebrity City was completed, Fisk and Beerman held dealing with the Fun Machine, and documented an eclectic, dryly funny set of digital compositions which consists of preprogrammed components. This materials constituted their initial record, Interlude With Fun Machine; despite its conclusion in 2001, it wasn’t released until 2 yrs down the road the Starlight Home furniture label.