Mud Pie was Steven and Tom writing and recording quiet and loud melodic pop-psych-folk-rock-garage songs in their Philadelphia-area homes. In 1989, inspired by the American and New Zealand underground DIY pop and home-recording ethos, they began home recording 4-track cassette albums with help from pal Rob. In the early 1990s, they released 3 full-length recordings under the name Mud Pie on their own and through England's Acid Tapes, and they contributed to a compilation on Boston's Sedimental label. When Tom moved to San Francisco in 1992, the combo went on extended leave. In 2003, Tom moved back to Philadelphia. They resumed writing and recording new songs under the new name Mud Pie Sun in 2004.
|TAB 074, rbc1||Mud Pie||Rustle (Cass, Album, C32)||Acid Tapes, Revolving Bell||TAB 074, rbc1||US||1990||Sell This Version|
|none||Mud Pie||These Days (Cass, Album, C48)||Not On Label (Mud Pie Self-released)||none||US||1991||Sell This Version|
|TAB 086, rbc 2||Mud Pie, Mud Pie Sun||Mud Pie, Mud Pie Sun - These Days (Cass, Album)||Acid Tapes, Revolving Bell||TAB 086, rbc 2||US||1991||Sell This Version|
|TAB 097||Mud Pie||New Swing Mood Things/Two At Noon (Cass, Album)||Acid Tapes||TAB 097||UK & US||1992||Sell This Version|