In the summer of 2002, SLAP skateboard magazine organized a road-trip with Tommy Guerrero, Ray Barbee and Matt Rodriguez. Whilst on the tour they played together recording improvised tracks using crude equipment. Following the trip the musicians talked about working together in the future. In 2005 they joined forces with Chuck Treece (Drums) and made a new batch of recordings. These two sessions made up their self-titled release. Two years later (2008) they returned to the studio to make their second record "Lane Change" which was a Japan only release initially but was eventually released in the US by Galaxia with different artwork.