Punk device Seaweed shaped in Tacoma, WA, in 1989. Vocalist Aaron Stauffer, new off a stint in the little-known Spook & the Zombies, founded the music group with closest friend Clint Werner, who assumed acoustic guitar duties. Following the recruitment of guitarist Wade Neal, bassist John Atkins, and drummer Bob Bulgrien, Seaweed started playing clubs through the entire Pacific Northwest, in 1990 liberating its debut four-song solitary on Atkins’ Leopard Gecko label; “Only a Smirk” implemented that same season, and in 1991 the music group issued the wonderful “Deer Snare” within K Information’ ongoing International Pop Underground singles series. Using their well-honed rhythmic hardcore approach, Seaweed demonstrated an ideal suit for Seattle’s Sub Pop label, putting your signature on to the business release a 1991’s Despised EP, the band’s first cooperation with manufacturer Jack port Endino. With Endino once again in the producer’s chair, Seaweed shipped its finest record however with 1992’s full-length Weak, credit scoring a university radio hit using the leadoff monitor, “Remember.” Four implemented in 1993, and in the main labels’ hurry to cherry-pick from Sub Pop’s roster, Seaweed recognized an give to indication with Hollywood Information, working with manufacturer Andy Wallace on 1995’s Spanaway. Despite reviews that are positive, the record tanked and Hollywood terminated their agreement — Seaweed successfully dropped from view, with previous Quicksand drummer Alan Cage changing Bulgrien with time for 1999’s Activities & Signs, a go back to type released on indie Merge. The music group nevertheless split afterwards that same season. After Seaweed’s demise, Stauffer teamed with ex-Screaming Trees and shrubs bassist Truck Conner in Gardener, which splintered in 2003 — then resurfaced in the Blue Dot.