Vintage trio Manda as well as the Marbles–Manda (vocals/bass), Joe A. Harm (acoustic guitar) and Tag Slak (drums)–play fresh wave-inspired poppy, punk rock and roll. The band started to consider form when Manda fulfilled documenting engineer Joe A. Harm while she was playing in an organization known as Dick, Jane and Sally. With drummer Tag Slak to accomplish the line-up, the trio created the Marbles. A demonstration cassette finished up with Break-Up information as well as the label released a seven-song recording, Rock’s Not Deceased, in 1999. Seduction, a follow-up with improved creation, came a 12 months later on. 2001 became the band’s most encouraging year yet, because they performed a CMJ Music Marathon gig using the Hissyfits and later on authorized with Go-Kart information. After officially changing their name from the Marbles (in order to avoid any misunderstandings), Even more Seduction, a remastered upgrade of Seduction with four fresh songs, arrived in 2003.