An unfairly unfamiliar Atlanta quintet of the first ’90s, Lava Like mix ’60s affects (like the type of Byrds-like jangly guitars and neo-psychedelic haze that Georgia indie rings were required for legal reasons to look at after R.E.M. arrived) having a post-punk hostility along with a wicked love of life, documenting two hard-to-find but absolutely delightful albums along the way. The group shaped in Atlanta in the past due ’80s, with the main element songwriting members, vocalist Esta Hill, guitarist Drew Cavins, and bassist Paul Bracken, adding keyboardist Diana “Cookie” Brindle and drummer Nathan Robbins to accomplish the lineup. An individual, “Ideal Gurl,” arrived in early 1990, accompanied by the Mitch Easter-produced Entire Lava Like on the neighborhood indie Sky Information later that yr. A follow-up, Aphrodisia, arrived in 1992, however the music group split soon thereafter. Hill and Brindle became a member of Hillbilly Frankenstein, a psychobilly music group fronted by Guadalcanal Diary’s Jeff Wall space. Cavins became a restaurateur, starting a popular barbeque grill in Atlanta’s Five Factors neighborhood.