Early proponents of what just later on became the 4AD sound, Dif Juz concentrated about just that, missing a vocalist about almost all their recordings aside from a guest spot or two from the Cocteau Twins’ Liz Fraser. Originally created because the punk music group London Satisfaction by brothers Dave and Alan Curtis, the music group included bassist Gary Bromley and drummer Richie Thomas from the launch of two EPs for 4AD Information in 1981, Huremics and Vibrating Air flow. Both works included textured instrumentals having a wispy, hardly there experience which became a cottage market for 4AD — a decade later. Another EP in 1983 (Who Says Therefore?) found Dif Juz documenting for the Crimson Flame label, as well as the band’s 1985 debut recording appeared on AMAZED Information. The cassette-only WALL CLOCK Turn Back contains extemporaneous vamps documented reside in the studio room, and spawned a reunion with 4AD. The very first Dif Juz LP released on 4AD, 1985’s Extractions, was significantly less ambient (though just like moody) than their earlier works. In addition, it contained the very first vocal on the Dif Juz record, with the Cocteaus’ Liz Fraser; her bandmate Robin Guthrie created the album. Dif Juz toured using the Cocteau Twins during 1985 and released the mini-album From the Trees and shrubs a year afterwards, but then squandered away. Thomas afterwards worked with both Jesus & Mary String and Butterfly Kid, while Dave Curtis became a member of the Wolfgang Press.