Vocalist, songwriter, and musician Louis Schefano was raised in Birmingham, AL. He made an appearance within the self-titled debut recording by Remy No in 1996, after that spent a while with Verbena before shifting to Little Crimson Rocket, providing as drummer in the music group led by Orenda Fink and Maria Taylor, and adding not merely drums, but also acoustic guitar, piano, and history and tranquility vocals towards the group’s debut recording, Who Do You Spend (1997); he also experienced composing credits on four music on the disk. He drummed on the next record, It’s in the Sound (2000), despite the fact that the initial lineup had divide by that point. (Maria Taylor afterwards recorded music of his on her behalf albums 11:11 and Lynn Teeter Rose.) After departing Little Crimson Rocket, he released his own task, Regia, which documented the record The Artwork of Navigation (1999), that he wrote all 12 music and offered as vocalist, drummer, guitarist, key pad player, producer, mixing machine, and professional photographer. (The Minders afterwards covered “Same Period, Same Place” in the collection on the It’s a Bright Guilty Globe record.) After relocating to Brooklyn, NY, Schefano documented an EP, Freak Present Revenge, using the name Louis. After attaining attention being a self-released demonstration, the disk was reconfigured for discharge by Superphonic Information on March 6, 2007.