The Inkling was described by Wellington student publication Salient as a "post rock/jazz/instrumental/whatever" group and by their record label as "ploughing a similar furrow to the likes of HDU & Jakob". Members of this largely instrumental act were Osaka Silenzio (guitar and occasional vocals), Phil Smiley (drums), Stefan Garstang (bass) and Luke Bang (brother of Fur Patrol manager David Benge) (keyboards). They released one album called 'Deluge' which was recorded with Wellington super-producer Lee Prebble and released by Capital Recordings in 2005.
A drummer plays in four locations and keeps playing as he moves; and, at each, a woman is at a different stage of her life. The Booyeouw Shamble was shot in Wellington by director Sam Buys and DOP David Paul in one continuous 54 minute take. Drummer P-Hill had to follow a score taped to his snare; and each hit had to be in the correct sequence for the entire 54 minutes. In editing the footage was sped up or slowed in at least 1000 places to get the drum hits in time with the music. There were no rehearsals and there was time for only one take.