Dirty 3 guitarist Mick Turner began a solo career in 1997 using the release of Tren Phantasma, a assortment of improvised four-track recordings featuring the contemplative acoustic guitar style he used in combination with his group the Dirty 3. The following 12 months, Turner and his bandmate Jim White performed live as the Tren Brothers, transporting the album’s visual right into a concert establishing with an arsenal of loop pedals and understated percussion. A number of these times were opening places for Kitty Power, with whom the duo collaborated in the 1998 record Moon Pix. Turner and Light also documented a 7″ for Secretly Canadian Information that season, and implemented it with 1999’s Marlan Rosa, released by Move City. In summertime 2002, Turner released the Seven Angels EP, a limited-edition established released by Three Lobed Information. Later that season, his third record Moth appeared. In 2005, an exceptionally limited CD-R live EP, entitled Don’t Inform the Drivers, was released by Turner’s Ruler Crab label. In 2007, a Tren Brothers rarities collection, The Blue Trees and shrubs, made an appearance. Between that season and 2012 he made an appearance on information by Clare Bowditch & the Nourishing Set and Man Blackman, aswell as on the split 7″ between your Tren Brothers and Bridezilla. In 2013, a compilation of his first recordings with Jim Light in the music group Venom P. Stinger premiered by Drag Town, followed by a short reunion tour as well as the discharge of his following full-length solo work, Don’t Inform the Drivers, in November. Though it bore the same name as the 2005 EP, they weren’t related at all. The full-length record had been constructed and documented intermittently between 2009 and 2012 at Big Moth studios in Australia.