Created in the mid-’90s, New York’s Gapeseed was guitarist Ed Feldman, drummer Peter Gordon, and bassist Mike Knowlton. With Feldman and Knowlton also on vocals, the trio’s dissonant and loud sound experiments had been highlighted on two discs on California’s Sterling silver Girl Information, while garnering interest on the faculty radio graphs. The band initial released the Flanzer EP in 1993, and 1994 noticed the band’s full-length debut, Lo Cell, on Sterling silver Female. The band’s popularity soon resulted in new possibilities, as manufacturer Bob Weston was tapped to record the follow-up, 1996’s Task 64. Poem Rocket’s Sandra Gardner also sang visitor vocals in the disk, as the music group continuing to intrigue and impress its mainly underground, indie rock and roll audience. That disk featured 11 exclusively structured tracks, offering frantic overtones and outrageous sonic experiments. Immediately after the disc’s discharge, the group disbanded.