Engine Child was among the many indie rings from the mid-’90s that emulated post-rock/sound rock and roll pioneers Slint. But unlike the majority of those that swam within the Louisville band’s wake, Engine Child weren’t simple imitators. Created in the first ’90s in Seattle, WA, the music group originally contains bassist Brian Kraft, drummer Chris Vandebrooke, and guitarist/vocalist Greg Anderson. Vandebrooke would ultimately vacate the drum feces and was changed by Jade Devitt. The group produced their documented debut having a 1992 solitary on Electric battery, Novocaine. In 1993, after putting your signature on with local impartial C/Z, they released the Astronaut EP as well as the Steve Albini-recorded Carry Catching Seafood LP. Several compilation looks — including a edition of “Break down” you Got Lucky: A Tribute to Tom Petty — preceded their second and last LP, 1994’s Angel Wings (Revelation). The band’s last documenting became a 1995 solitary for Troubleman Unlimited. After disbanding, Devitt shifted to Lucky Me, Kraft became a member of the Bali Ladies, and Anderson used Thor’s Hammer, Burning up Witch, and Goatsnake.