Job Creators, The Guga Project

Job Creators

The Guga Project

May 01 Sun

7:00 pm


This event is 21 and over

Job Creators - (Set time: 9:00 PM)
Job Creators
Job Creators is a Boston / Brooklyn-based math rock duo that makes electronic, jazz, and funk music with just a bassist with a bunch of pedals (Blaise) and a drummer with a synthesizer (Tim). Inspired by trailblazers like STS9, Mark Guliana's Beat Music and Don Caballero, the group focuses on creating spacey grooves and mind-twisting melody on top of heavy, complex rhythms from slap bass, synthesizer, samples, and more. Read more about Job Creators on WEMF Radio.
The Guga Project - (Set time: 8:00 PM)
The Guga Project
The GuGa Project is an alternative/rock band from the NYC area, consisting of G. LeNoroc (Vocalist/Rhythm Guitar) and Christian Buckley (Lead Guitar).

Cutting his teeth on the Miami music scene for a few years, G. LeNoroc relocated to NYC where he began performing solo shows throughout the 5 boroughs. After joining a well established local alternative act for about a year, LeNoroc along with then drummer felt the band's direction could use a more versatile bass player to help round them out.

After playing a number of shows and industry showcases throughout the city, the three knew it was time to forge ahead with a new original outfit, and in 2013 The GuGa Project was born. They knew they needed to add one more element to the mix, and after months of auditions they welcomed NYC native Christian Buckley, who had been playing and honing his solo skills for 7 years, to complete the band as their lead guitarist.

With a foundation rooted in rock & roll, and a defined direction for melodic songwriting, the quartet draws subtle hints from bands like Led Zeppelin, Pearl Jam, and Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, but all the while having carved out a sound that is truly all their own. They have been winning fans over, one person at a time, and in their short time as a band have racked up an impressive list of performances spanning from legendary NYC venue The Bitter End to one of New York's premiere concert halls, Santos Party House.

With a debut album in the works and plans for an extensive performance schedule along the northeast, The GuGa Project plans on being extremely busy this year, continuing to bring their brand of rock to the masses.
Venue Information:
Arlene's Grocery
95 Stanton St.
New York, NY, 10002