VHS or Beta formed in 1997 in Louisville, Kentucky, when bassist Tag Palgy and guitarists Zeke Buck and Craig Pfunder met after senior high school. After a short stint with sound punk as well as the addition of drummer Tag Guidry, they re-formed in response with their like of home music, spirit, and disco. The brand new sound, improved by keyboards, vocoder, examples, and digital drums, eventually earned hundreds of dance people at their displays. Soon, the music group released the vinyl-only EP ON & ON. After playing the 2000 South by Southwest music celebration and negotiating with record brands, they released Le Funk independently label, ON! Information, in June 2002. In summer months 2002, VHS or Beta toured with I Am the Globe Trade Middle. Chea Beckley was added for the band’s shows to take care of vocoder, examples, and keyboards. By enough time the band’s Astralwerks debut, Evening on Fire, found its way to 2004, their audio owed even more to dance-punk than Daft Punk. More than the next couple of years, the group hid out at Echo Hill Studio room in Asheville, NEW YORK, and focused on writing music with manufacturer Brandon Mason. Buck still left in 2006, right before the discharge of Bring about the Comets in 2007. Following record, Pfunder and Palgy transferred to NEW YORK, abandoning another member, Tag Guidry. Both continued being a duo, and drummer Jim Orso loaded set for their follow-up, Diamond jewelry & Death, that was released in 2011.