California local Rafter Roberts took to music ideal from the womb. Punk rings were constructed and torn down throughout his formative years and a short stint in NEW YORK led to a deluge of starving-artist four-track recordings, however the Western world Coast never forget about the youthful songwriter/manufacturer. He moved back again and create shop in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, where he started recording close friends and hosting home shows. NORTH PARK called following, and Roberts started working on advertisements, playing in a variety of rings, and doing even more production work, this time around for acts just like the Dark Center Procession, Castanets, and Rocket in the Crypt. His initial collection of single materials, a loose-knit, somewhat schizophrenic gallery of punk, indie rock and roll, and digital pop known as Music for Total Hens, premiered on Asthmatic Kitty in 2007.