Performing as the bass player for top Boston street punks the Unseen because the band’s inception in 1993 (when the people were even now in senior high school), Tripp Underwood spent years living the nomadic punk lifestyle. He journeyed the world along with his buddies, playing music all over the place from crappy dives before some individuals to festival areas before hundreds. The Unseen acquired released five full-length albums by 2005 on brands like A-F, BYO, and Hellcat, furthermore to countless 7″ singles and compilation performances on the way. Beyond the music group, Underwood also discovered time to create — he was a self-proclaimed professional of “illiterature” (composing for individuals who claim they don’t really prefer to read) — adding to magazines like AMP Journal and Substitute Press. In Oct 2006 he released his first publication, the insightful and funny So This Is definitely Readin? Life on the highway using the Unseen, which chronicled the Unseen’s illustrious 12-yr history compared to that stage and the life span that is included with being inside a touring punk music group. The publication was also released within an audio format through Hopeless Information, where Underwood reads the storyplot himself alongside many rare songs through the Unseen.