Seattle-based indie pop trio Tullycraft shaped in 1994 in the ashes of Crayon, reuniting singer/bassist Sean Tollefson with drummer Jeff Fell; completing the lineup with ex-Wimp Aspect 14 guitarist Gary Miklusek, the group debuted in 1995 using the Harriet label one “Accurate Blue,” eventually notching an underground traditional with “Pop Music Your New Sweetheart Is As well Stupid to learn About,” their contribution to Harriet’s The Longer Secret compilation. Following Cher Doll 7″ “Bailey Recreation area,” Tullycraft released their initial full-length effort, Aged Traditions, New Criteria, in 1996; assorted singles, compilation monitors, and split produces with rings like Bunnygrunt and Rizzo implemented before the 1998 discharge from the trio’s second record, Town of Subarus. Over time in 2001 when it appeared as if the band had been through, Tollefson, Fell, and Chris Munford (who acquired joined the music group in 1998) became a member of up with guitarist Harold Hollingsworth and installed with Magic Marker Information, who released the great Beat, Browse, Fun record in 2002. After adding longtime collaborator Jenny Mears to the state lineup, the group documented their best record however, 2005’s Disenchanted Hearts Unite. After launching Every Scene Requires a Middle (which featured brand-new guitarist Cori Hale) in 2007, the music group continued hiatus until 2013, if they returned using the Phil Ek-produced Shed in Light Rotation.