James G. Lupis: Facevent, Endless fields of textured audio pleasantries
Pervis Jerquin: Bass fishing
Apollo Feedbag: Drums, Elastrator, Ham-bone
Heavy: Guitar, Blades of Grass
LADY LUCK ROLLS THE DICE: In the spring of 2002, a fortunate encounter at the Sports Field Roxxx in Denver, CO, brought the Pennsylvania transplant Lupis together with three former Iowa farm hands. They have since been writing, recording, shucking corn, and gigging at venues across the Front Range. (Blue Bird, Lions Lair, Starlight, Bottoms Up)
SOUNDS LIKE: A garage sale record collection from Wyoming. Proudly calling themselves “Colorado’s Most Unmarketable Band,” Sleezyloo takes startling right
angle juxtapositions of music pulled from different piles of different styles and mixes them with hard edged crunchy riffs, often in quick succession. They
take the listener on a dynamic, rambunctious journey through changes of tempo, time signature and feel embellished by samples of all sorts triggered by Lupis.
Aggressive yet playful, their music has all the turns, caroms and perils of running through the woods naked and blindfolded pursued by a perturbed Gary
Coleman. Fans of Sleezyloo have likened them to a culmination of ideas from System of a Down, Mr. Bungle, TOOL, and the Melvins.