Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Zach Burba may be the nucleus of Iji, a whimsical indie pop music group with D.We.Y. appearance. Pronounced “ee-hee,” the music group was shaped in Phoenix, Az by Burba, his sibling Luke, and a pal when the musician was 15 years of age. He borrowed and finally used his dad’s 16-monitor digital recorder for the task. When Burba became even more ambitious compared to the others about composing and carrying out, he began a folkier single project known as Seashells as an wall socket for more materials. After people of Iji — which later on also included a sweetheart — began shedding out, Burba mixed the entities and trapped with the Iji moniker. For the time being, he performed in other region bands when there is demand, basically had musician close friends help out along with his displays, including trips. Iji found a keen group of fans in Seattle, so when a friend provided casing, Burba relocated to the town in 2008. While touring frequently over another several years having a revolving group from his interstate network of musician close friends, he recorded several singles, split produces, and cassette albums, many using the Shed Sound Tapes label. Iji’s first genuine studio documenting was Whatever MAY HAPPEN. Recorded on the Unidentified in Anacortes, Washington, in addition, it proclaimed the group’s Group Love Information debut in 2015. While on tour to get the record, Burba got his music group keep dream publications that inspired another LP, 2016’s Bubble, also released by Group Love.