Influenced by from Johnny Funds to Woody Guthrie towards the Velvet Underground, Lonnie Adam — a indigenous of Consort, Alberta, Canada — began drumming at age group 12. By his past due twenties, he was playing in 3 or 4 bands at the same time, including past due-’80s bands just like the Nils. With the mid-’90s, he previously drummed in 30 groupings, including Circus Lupus, Possum, Living Resistant, Naugahyde 5, and Yeti. When the Super Friendz divide in nov 1997, Adam went single. He released a 7″ on Julie Doiron’s label, Sappy Information, and was agreed upon by Winnipeg’s Teenage USA label on Xmas Eve 1997. His EP This Property Is Your Property premiered on Feb 14, 1998, and was made up of modest house recordings. The full-length Dee-O adopted in Dec 1999.