Albuquerque garage area punk-pop trio Scared of Chaka was shaped in 1993 by guitarist/vocalist Dave Yanul Hernandez, bassist Dameon Waggoner, and drummer Ron Skrasek. Their hyper-fast, funny, Dickies-influenced design debuted on 1995’s Hutch Dark brown Sayngwich, documented for the 702 label; the slower Worried of Chaka implemented in 1996, and a leap to eMpTy Details produced another record, the fan-favorite Masonic Youth, just a couple months later. How exactly to Lose was released in 1998, and implemented a year afterwards by Sick and tired of You, documented for Sub Town. Crossing with Switchblades made an appearance in summertime 2001 on Hopeless, and the band known as it quits. Hernandez continued to create Broadcast Oblivion in 2002 before signing up for through to bass along with his outdated indie pop close friends the Shins (which he and Skrasek had been part of an early on incarnation from the band).