If you are passionate about lounge and music that derives inspiration from wide array of genres then Sound of Ceres has the right kind of music that they have to offer. The band certainly has wide range of music that can keep you glued for hours. The band members Karen Hover, Ryan Hover and Derrick Bozich team up with Robert Schneider, Jacob Graham, John Ferguson and Ben Phelan to bring music lovers great music that draws inspiration from the nature documentaries and other modern sampling techniques.
The band has recently released their album Nostalgia for Infinity which is a conceptual retelling of the 60s Brazilian hit ‘The Girl from Ipanema’ in its own way.
This new Colorado-based band was formed in 2014 in collaboration with members of the Apples in Stereo and The Drums. The band focuses and contemplates the human place within the time and space. If you love hearing to them live they will be next performing at the Pyramid Scheme Bar where they will share the stage with SurferBlood. The event will be held on May 19, 2016 at 8 p.m. The ticket price for the event is $15 and audience of any group age can attend the event.
FarándulaMag: Where are you currently residing?
SOC: Fort Collins, CO
FarándulaMag: Who are the band members?
SOC: Karen Hover, Ryan Hover, Derrick Bozich
FarándulaMag: Who came up with the name of the band, and how did you guys get your start?
SOC: Ryan came up with it, as a reference to the Roman goddess of secrets, and the dwarf planet. We started a couple years ago, recording music in our home studio.
FarándulaMag: Where do you draw your influences from?
SOC: Science fiction books, composer Frank Comstock, and Boards of Canada.
FarándulaMag: Who writes the lyrics in the band? What do the lyrics usually deal with?
SOC: Ryan is currently reading. This time around it was a mix of the sci-fi of Alastair Reynolds and Marcel Proust’s “In Search of Lost Time.”
FarándulaMag: When you guys are not touring, what do you like to do for fun?
SOC: We do a lot of hiking and snowshoeing outdoors, and a lot of reading indoors.
FarándulaMag: What is the funniest thing that has ever happen to you guys at a show?
SOC: We played half our set over the sound of the fire alarms we triggered with our fog machines.
FarándulaMag: What should we expect in you upcoming show at The Pyramid Scheme?
SOC: Lots of cool visuals! We don’t want to give it away, but it will change lives.around it was a mix of the sci-fi of Alastair Reynolds and Marcel Proust’s “In Search of Lost Time.”
FarándulaMag: What dream tour would you love to be on with any past or present bands?
SOC: Goldfrapp, Starflyer 59
FarándulaMag: What should fans look forward to for the rest of the year 2016 and beyond?
SOC: More touring and another album!
FarándulaMag: If you could record a song with other bands, which one would it be? and why?
SOC: It would be a cover of Sugar Ray’s “Someday” with Ronnie-Martin-produced Fine China.
SURFER BLOOD WSGS. SOUND OF CERES
Where: The Pyramid Scheme Bar
When: Thursday, May 19
Time: 8:00 PM
Cover: $13 adv/ $15 day of event | all ages
[image] courtesy of Sound of Ceres
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