This band was made up of friends that used to hang out in Dunedin. Robin Sharma had played guitar in numerous bands while studying at Otago and formed Jetty with the remnants of Jefferson, Martyn Sadler was the Jefferson drummer and in business with Sharma in the form of an emporium called Sanctuary in Rattray Street, Dunedin (Marty was the Tattooist) Andrew Barsby, a local lad who had played bass for Tin Soldiers had been around the local music scene, joined to a solid rhythm unit. Gary Dalhousie who had played guitar in the Sydney underground circuit returned south to Dunedin to study. This was happening about and around 1996 in Dunedin. Having a love of indie music, experimenting, jamming loud and going out they soon discovered the chemistry behind their first album called Soundtrack For Modern Heartbreak. Jetty played during 96, 97 and 98. Sharma went off shore to teach for a couple of years and the band went into hiatus. All members still keep in touch. Barsby is in Melbourne; Dalhousie lives in Auckland while Sharma and Sadler are still in Dunedin.