Sleepy Gonzales #Liveoffthefloor at Ocean Park Hall
Sleepy Gonzales #liveoffthefloor at Ocean Park Hall
While we continue to ride out The Longest Intermission, Sleepy Gonzales has been writing new material. This special performance in Ocean Park Hall was done in a rehearsal setting, giving the band a chance to get into their groove in preparation for a return to touring while we recorded their new material to share with fans
Join us on May 8th for this special livestream event highlighting new material from Sleepy Gonzales and featuring live Q&A with the band.
BIO: Described as “Musical ADHD,” Sleepy Gonzales is an eclectic indie rock group from Surrey BC who are difficult to put into a specific genre. The half-Mexican twin brothers Cristian (guitar and vocals) and Beni (drums and vocals), write and engineer the sound of Sleepy Gonzales’ love and loss. Bass guitarist and punk enthusiast Nick brings an obvious edge to the band dynamic with his 70’s gutterpunk approach to song writing. Ally--one of the most dynamic front persons the Vancouver indie scene has to offer weaves the chaos of Sleepy Gonzales into strong hook-filled melodies. Ally has incredible range and versatility and can break your heart with haunting old soul vibes or hit you in the face with a hurricane punch. Vancouver photojournalist and videographer Raunie May Baker describes listening to Sleepy Gonzales music "like jumping out of a plane without a parachute and landing softly in your bed.” This early in their career, Sleepy Gonzales try and avoid categorization priding themselves on their ability to lull audiences into a collective daze with languid dream pop jams, or violently shake the walls with loud uninhibited garage punk pandemonium. Their musical influences range from the likes of Velvet Underground and the Ramones to Alt-J, Phoebe Bridgers, Big Thief, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Bright Eyes, and Tame Impala. The two things all of their songs have in common are tension and honesty. Sleepy Gonzales Music is available on all streaming services.
Thanks to the Government of British Columbia and the City of Surrey, this project supports emerging musicians, audio visual students and technical support.
These Surrey based bands perform for music fans in an intimate rehearsal setting in a heritage community hall. While they are not allowed to tour, this performance gives them access to Surrey and beyond to fans who would normally see them on tour.
Date and Time
Saturday May 8, 2021 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM PDT
Saturday May 8th 8pm
Streaming online https://bit.ly/2Q71JHG
Accessible for everyone with free tickets available and paid options to support the musicians in this series and bringing back live!