Within the ’90s, Dolomite was the showcase for experimental Chicago music artists Neil Rosario and Rian Murphy. They began releasing EPs at the start of their profession, mostly noisy teach wrecks made by Steve Albini. Still, Thrill Jockey ultimately signed the music group and released the Acetate/The Present Horse record in 1994. Even though music group was still quite loud, they had were able to form that sound into something even more accessible and unforgettable. After that discharge, they spent period with their various other tasks and eventually returned together to get a year of studio room hopping that led to Easter Someday, a cohesive combination between post-rock and ’70s rock and roll that was favored by critics. The music group has evidently disbanded since that time, as both music artists have gone to focus on different tasks with no indication of heading back.