A short-lived blip in the Pacific Northwest indie picture, Hush Harbor contained the root base of other rings, most prominently emo notables 764-HERO. Produced in Seattle, Hush Harbor was a trio comprising vocalist/guitarist John Atkins, bassist John Wickhart, and drummer Andy Rohrmann. Atkins was a veteran of the neighborhood picture and many prior rings (though not really grungesters Seaweed, who highlighted an alternative bass participant of the same name). Sketching from angsty emo and indie minimalists from Defeat Taking place to Low, Hush Harbor begun to develop a pursuing in Seattle, but abruptly disbanded before ever producing a record. Wanting to rectify that circumstance, Up Records contacted the music group about reuniting within the studio room to record their music; they decided, producing a self-titled EP released in 1995. By that point, Atkins had currently shifted to 764-Hero, and would also begin playing concurrently within the Magic Magicians beginning in 2000. Wickhart would afterwards sign up for post-grungesters Mavis Piggott, and Rohrmann produced a few single recordings beneath the name Scientific American.