Three teenagers from a little suburban town beyond Dallas, Tx, Fungi Girls began earning national attention because of their surf-fused variety of detached garage punk a long time before some of them were old more than enough to operate a vehicle themselves with their own displays. Composed of bassist Deryck Barrera, guitarist/business lead vocalist Jacob Bruce, and drummer/occasionally vocalist Skylar Salinas, the trio shaped in the summertime of 2008, motivated with the lo-fi scuzz-pop of that time period New Viking and Psychedelic Horseshit. Accurate to the blown-out documenting varieties of those rings, Fungi Women opted to record their initial demo on an electronic camera, recording the audio using the built-in mike and moving it to incredibly distorted MP3s. The demonstration circulated broadly on the web, and the music group soon followed using a divide 7″ with Indian Wars and a cassette discharge (afterwards released on vinyl fabric by Play Pinball Information) of their initial full-length Seafaring Pyramids. The music group, still getting trips with their gigs with great aunts and uncles, started playing displays beyond their instant locale, eventually producing right down to Austin, Tx in 2011 for shows at both Austin Psych Fest and South by Southwest meeting. Other 7″s precluded the discharge of 2011’s Some Easy Magic on HoZac Information. This second full-length noticed the teens leaving the loud lo-fi garage area pop of previously function and toward a far more refined surf-garage cross types, leaning even more toward moody instrumental stress than energetic episodes of teenage sound. A west coastline tour to get the record was booked but consequently canceled for undisclosed factors.