Meg Cratty (electric ukulele, lead vocals), Mr. Strontium (drums, teapot, back up vocals), forming one band that incorporates garage rock, proto-punk, funk, and soul to create a swirl of sloppy transcendence.
Why do Meg Cratty and Mr. Strontium make music together? Easy, they live in the same house and in 2020 and beyond that reason is completely sufficient. Though we try to live up to our influences - The Who, New Orleans, James Brown, Miles Davis, Soul Train, The White Stripes, Grateful Dead ('68-'72), and Fiona Apple, the sound we make is our own, which is the only reason why we're willing to share it with people outside the house.
However, for all you sods out there who are interested in the boring details of their collective history, Meg used to compose songs to her cereal as a child and play the guitar. She cut off the side of her left index finger and now she plays a custom electric baritone ukulele. Because Mr. Strontium is such an introvert caveman, Meg often plays solo at ukulele festivals. Mr. Strontium has played drums for other bands, most notably the swirly grunge alt rock band, Latimer, of World Domination Recordings, God Fights Dirty, and Persona. They have a child, a cat, three dogs, and three ducks. They record in their basement and try not to fight on Saturday nights.