Dizzy Eye’ brassy, brazen undertake indie pop — kissed with reverb, filled with jangly guitars and big previous pop hooks — took its cue from Dark Tambourine, the Jesus and Mary String, as well as the 1960s (particularly from girl groups and bubblegum). Bassist/vocalist Marissa Johnson (No Children, Weathered Pines), guitarist/vocalist Alejandro Constanzo (previously of Los Malos), and drummer Jordan Gervais (Hawaiian Bibles) teamed up to create the group in Vancouver, United kingdom Columbia this year 2010. Dizzy Eye quickly landed an area on Barely Art’s roster because of the reputation of their live shows. Mere months prior to the band’s debut one on Hardly Artwork was scheduled to become released, Constanzo was compelled to come back to his indigenous Mexico because of problems with his program for residency in Canada. The music group continued hiatus, though Constanzo and Johnson continuing to write music by using Skype. Dizzy Eye released their debut 7″ one on that label, Let’s SPLIT UP the Music group (a name that unfortunately became all too appropriate), in the springtime of 2011. Stuff weren’t quite over for Dizzy Eye, though — the group debuted a whole new one, Desert Gumdrop Kiss, via their Bandcamp site just like their Hardly Artwork release hit shops, and the music group also came out at that year’s SXSW celebration.