Tyko combine vintage shoegazer and desire pop threads ? la My Bloody Valentine and Swervedriver with elegant new influx beats for any mesmerizing post-rock/experimental audio of their very own. Hailing from Fayetteville, AR, Tyko created in 2001. Kevin Blagg (vocals/acoustic guitar), Matt Kesner (acoustic guitar), Beverly Blann (vocals/bass), and previous Swiz/Severin compatriot Alex Daniels (drums) released two albums — MIGHT HAVE BEEN Celebrities (2001) and Transmissions from your Biosphere (2002) — and received moderate airplay on university radio making use of their solitary “Saturn 5.” Gigs around the Midwest and Southeast offered the music group the needed encounter to record an effective follow-up. Tyko authorized to the Providence-based label Blisscent in early 2003. The gossamer soundscape that is clearly a Long Way in one to No was released in March 2004.