Founded by ex-Cannanes member Dave Nichols, Huon produced their documenting debut in 1998 after Library Details launching their debut 7″ EP entitled Fluoro. Using their mixed pop design of Nichols’ prior music group and layering of loosely organised indie sound, reverbed guitars, and calm vocals, Huon discovered themselves critically to famous brands the Go-Betweens, the Jesus & Mary String, and Yo La Tengo. The Melbourne natives — also made up of Cat’s Miaow’s Andrew Withycombe, ex-Molasses member Mia Schoen, and Ellen Turner — continuing to develop their discography by using 555 Recordings. 1998 noticed the discharge of Huon’s initial album, Epic, accompanied by Hung Up INSTANTLY the next season. The Tracks for Lord Tortoise was a blistering 19-monitor selection released in 1999, but 2001’s Answers to Lucky showcased Huon’s finest fantasy pop selection however.