Go Robot, Move! formulates spirited indie rock and roll using a robotic twist. The bandmembers make use of specialized pseudonyms — DC v.79 (bassist Dave Cribbs), JL Mod 12 (guitarist Josh Lowe), Nealbot (vocalist/guitarist/keyboardist Neal Havener), and Drummer Unit JS2112 (Jim Swanson) — and emulate computerized sounds with vocoders and synthesizers. It is also not unusual for the music group to make use of props such as for example displays and 16mm projectors for shows. The quartet initial released a self-titled record beneath the name Shinola, changing the music group name to look Robot, Move! in 1997. Convertible, an effects-tinged record of lighthearted rock and roll, premiered in July 1999. An EP, Supervacation implemented in summer months 2000 and leans toward carefree, ’60s-designed pop. Wait around Three Days…After that Strike followed in early 2001.