Chicago-based producer/musician Daver spent the majority of his time producing and engineering information for other performers (he famously created a demo for just one of Billy Corgan’s pre-Smashing Pumpkins rings), but he’s had the opportunity to release many great one-man-band CDs in a complicated pop style that owes something to both XTC and Congested House, but includes a brasher edge. Daver (David Zuchowski) initial appeared over the Chicago post-punk picture circa 1985, starting his One Area Studios that calendar year. Daver also self-released a 12″ EP known as Four Music in 1985, pursuing it 2 yrs later using the full-length That Poison. Daver after that busied himself with creation and engineering careers for another five years. In the first ’90s, Daver produced programs to record two pieces of three vinyl fabric singles apiece. Budgetary and creative considerations condensed the theory right down to one group of five singles, released on Daver’s very own Contemporary Relic label between 1992 and 1995. These ten tracks, along with seven others prepared for the series, had been released on Contemporary Relic’s first Compact disc, Two Years to be Singles, in 1996. Daver after that adopted that up along with his first proper recording in 12 years, Pop Artwork, in 1999. Because the past due 2000s, Daver offers focused his interest on executive the Chicago avant-garde improv picture.