One of my favorite indie pop albums released in the mid 1990s featured former Unrest members, Mark Robinson and Bridget Cross. Hailing from Arlington, VA, the post-punk trio, Air Miami recorded their first and only record for 4AD, Me, Me, Me. Robinson and Cross, who played together in Unrest for 12 years prior on Mark's brainchild record company, TeenBeat. Air Miami's debut didn't stray too far from Unrest's uber-catchy formula of hard-driven bass lines and manic guitar riffs, only adding some quirky keyboards to gloss over production. I remember seeing the band open for Luna at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. back in 1995, not knowing that this might be the band's only tour, later giving way to Robinson's next project, Flin Flon. Although, Me, Me, Me was not an earth-shattering moment in music, it always holds a brilliant place in my heart, blending the best alternative bits of Wedding Present or New Order with some early helpings of Yo La Tengo or Pastels.