When Justin Moyer was stricken by his first epileptic seizure at age 25 in 2001, whispers of concern rippled through Washington, DC's close-knit punk community. Was the founding member of third-generation Dischord stalwarts El Guapo and Antelope to be sidelined by a long-dormant neurological malady? "Justin's seizures spawned erratic behavior," says Ian MacKaye, Dischord Record's co-founder. "His bands broke up. He started wearing cocktail dresses. He wrote an autobiography of Meryl Streep and tried to stage readings at Fugazi shows. And Edie Sedwick was born." Edie Sedgwick – the nom de plume Moyer swiped from a forgotten Andy Warhol Superstar – became a vehicle for new songs, writing, and video art about mainstream celebrity culture. Featuring members of The Dusters, Soccer Team, The Evans, Aquarium and Medications, 2008's Things are Getting Sinister and Sinisterer served as the project's third album and features ten songs produced by MacKaye.