Following the 1994 split of Bloomington, Indiana’s Antenna, former Blake Babies guitarist John Strohm formed Velo-Deluxe with Go Man Go bassist Kenny Childers and Marmalade drummer Mitch Harris, after that only a 19-year-old freshman at Indiana University. Strohm currently had a whole album’s well worth of songs prepared, but wished to function them right into a complete music group setting. After weeks of training and documenting a rough demonstration, the music group entered Echo Recreation area Studio room in Bloomington in the past due springtime of 1994 to record Superelastic with maker/engineer Anjali Dutt (Swervedriver, Oasis, My Bloody Valentine). The recording premiered on Mammoth Information in nov that 12 months, and European trips with Dodgy, Drugstore, Del Amitri and Out Of My Locks followed. Two following recording sessions didn’t please professionals at Mammoth, who dropped release a another recording. In the interim, Strohm and Harris became a member of Un Nino’s Glen Hicks, region pedal-steel participant Dennis Scoville and guitarist Steve Woods to record Caledonia for Smooth Earth Records, using the music group billed as John P. Strohm as well as the Hello Strangers. With Childers currently from the music group, Velo-Deluxe known as it quits in the springtime of 1996. Strohm after that relocated to Minneapolis, toured for over a 12 months using the Lemonheads and finally resolved in Alabama, from where he continues release a his own single material. Childers offers since performed in Bloomington rings Stranded IN THE Drive In as well as the Prom, while Harris relocated to NEW YORK to review film.