Vocalist/keyboardist Todd Fletcher fronted the D.We.Con. indie pop music group Twiggy within the middle-’90s, releasing a set of EPs over the Champaign-Urbana, IL-based musician’s regional indie Parasol Information. After Twiggy split, Fletcher woodshedded for a couple years, making or playing keyboards for everybody from U.K. indie star Nikki Sudden to emo mainstays Extremely Secretary, before developing the inexplicably called June as well as the Leave Wounds. Although drummer Brendan Gamble and bassist Eddie Schaller play on the entirety of June as well as the Leave Wounds’ 1998 debut, “a bit more Haven Hamilton, make sure you” (an obscure mention of the reactionary nation vocalist Henry Gibson performed in Robert Altman’s traditional Nashville), the D.We.Y. project is normally otherwise almost completely a solo task, with Fletcher performing almost all the vocals and playing every one of the keyboards and everything but two monitors’ worthy of of guitar. Probably unsurprisingly, the record sounds greater than a small like Todd Rundgren’s Something/Anything? period, although Fletcher’s Carl Wilson-like falsetto provides a Seaside Boys-like element aswell. Fletcher began documenting a follow-up in 2001.