Australian band Sidewinder was shaped in Canberra in 1990 by Nick Craft (lead vocals and guitar), his brother Martin Craft (bass), Pip Branson (guitar), and Giri Fox (drums). Among a crop of fresh Australian rings playing alternative acoustic guitar pop at the moment, Sidewinder never accomplished the achievement of their contemporaries Pollyanna, Jebediah, or Something for Kate. Sidewinder released several EPs in the middle-’90s, like the T-Star EP as well as the Yoko Icepick EP in 1993, as well as the Mild Artwork of Spoonbending EP in 1995. The band’s debut recording, Atlantis, appeared later on in 1995 and created several small singles. The follow-up, Tangerine, released in 1997, was even more of successful, producing the strike “Titanic Times.” This track, plus “Not really Coming House” from Atlantis, was presented in the soundtrack towards the Australian film Blackrock. In 1999, Sidewinder discovered themselves with out a record offer following the merger of Mercury/Polygram with Common Music. They disbanded in 2000.