The founding members of indie rockers Palaxy Paths — Jason Experts, Greg Wallace, and Brandon Durham — originally came collectively in Austin beneath the name the SEVEN-HUNDRED Club in past due 1995. Recording primarily at people’s homes and in sleeping rooms on eight-track recorders, the group released a self-distributed demonstration. A short while later on, the three had been became a member of by Todd Roberts on bass and Nathan Roberts on drums, having previously performed all the tools themselves. In the couple of months following a addition from the Roberts brothers, the group structured many gatherings at Wallace’s home under the name “The Austin College of Rock and roll,” where other regional Austin bands had been invited to try out and network. Because of this, the band started to publication dates at night clubs around town also to polish their live audio. In 1996, Todd Roberts stop the group; bass responsibilities had been assumed by Keith Grap. Experts also bet farewell, and was changed by Jay Benson. In 1997, the music group transformed its name to Palaxy Paths and documented their first record, Caught by a fresh Invention. The record was distributed chiefly at displays, and provides since eliminated out of printing. That same calendar year, Jay Benson still left Palaxy Monitors; guitarist Ted Cho, previously of Poi Pup Pondering, stepped directly into consider his place. In past due 1997, the group started recording monitors at Cho’s studio room, tracks that could eventually end up being released over the Family members Tree 7″ in the wintertime of 1998 and over the full-length record The Long Breeze Down in January 2000. By enough time of this album’s discharge, founding member Greg Wallace acquired departed. Palaxy Monitors performed to positive replies at Austin’s South by Southwest Music Meeting in 2000, and produced programs to relocate to Chicago the next year.