Like fellow Murderecords bands Eric’s Trip, Jale, as well as the Inbreds, the Super Friendz split up before they reached success — if success means big U.S. product sales. The group was well-known and respectable on Canada’s East Coastline, with each member composing and performing his own tunes, but their many skills ultimately resulted in the band’s demise. Created in 1993 by Matt Murphy (acoustic guitar), Charles Austin (bass), and Drew Yamada (acoustic guitar), the trio was affected by Tv, the Clash, the Kinks, Neil Youthful, the Beatles, as well as the Meats Puppets. They performed the burgeoning Halifax rock-pop picture with an array of stand-in drummers, including Thrush Hermit’s Cliff Gibb and Sloan’s Chris Murphy (no connection, though they’ve affected each other’s music). The Super Friendz released their 1st EP, By Demand, in 1993 around the then-local Murderecords label. The cassette-only Sticktoitiveness premiered in 1994, and in past due 1994 they documented their full-length debut, Mock Up/Level Down, in ten times. The recording was made by Brenndan McGuire (Jale, Thrush Hermit, Sloan) with out a long term drummer — regional percussionist Dave Marsh packed in. After Mock Up’s launch in 1995, Lonnie Wayne signed on because the fourth person in the Super Friendz. The refreshingly pop recording had solid evaluations and product sales, and was nominated for any Best Alternative Recording Juno in 1996. The band’s second EP, Play the overall game, Not Games, premiered in 1996; the full-length jewel Slide Display was released in 1997, as was the U.S. launch of Sticktoitiveness, which mixed Mock Up and Play the overall game. Like various other Halifax groupings, the bandmembers got many side tasks, but shortly the Super Friendz task itself was pressed apart. The group disbanded in Sept 1997, as well as the outdated Friendz done their various other music activities regular. Matt Murphy shaped the Flashing Lighting, Austin opened up his own documenting studio and shaped Neusiland, Yamada toured with Mike O’Neill (from the Inbreds) and used Neusiland, and Adam formed Lonnie Adam and the Great Five Music group. Murphy and Adam later resided and performed in Toronto, while Yamada and Austin remained in Halifax.