Eggs was among Washington, D.C.’s greatest indie-pop rings of the first 1990s, but had been often lost within the shadows of the labelmates Unrest, another excellent D.C. indie-pop band of enough time. Led by Andrew Beaujon, previously of Scaley Andrew, Eggs carved out a distinct segment for themselves in the first 1990s among a slew of additional sugarcoated guitar-pop rings that followed within the wake of Unrest. Their 1st recording, Bruiser, explored the greater easy-listening cocktail-lounge part of guitar-pop, a sub-subgenre Unrest innovator Tag Robinson would later on inhabit with Grenadine, his collaborative part task with Tsunami’s Jenny Toomey. On Teenbeat Exploder 96, Eggs became a bit more ambitious within their musical efforts, liberating Teenbeat’s first-ever dual album, that was filled with basic lounge pop, in addition to more experimental songs that employed discovered sound. They split up in 1995, with each member pursuing their very own musical direction.