- The Sleep Millennium... is celestial psychedelia for your ears - Brontë Martin, Earmilk

Sleep Millennium is an artistic experience for the modern era. A performance journey that seeks the human condition in the cosmic dissonance of the universe. The 4-piece group from the Pacific Northwest combines an epic wall of sound that fuses guitars, synths, drums, and electronics with a multi-media visual show that is at once classic and forward thinking.

SLEEP MILLENNIUM is the brain-child of award-winning artist/songwriter turned DIY film-maker, Josh Schroeder (guitars, keys, lead vocals). He is joined by the talents of, Jarred Venti (bass, keys, vocals), Ronan Baker (guitar, keys, vocals) and David Aizuss (drums). The group carries the sonic torch of arena-acts from a bygone era as they explore the present day musical landscapes for a sound that is uniquely their own - with a mind bending multi-media live stage show.

In February 2016, Sleep Millennium released "Dark In The Light" EP to critical claim both domestic and abroad - (mixed by Howie Beck, Nygel Asselin, Josh Schroeder, and Mastered by Noah Mintz). The EP featured "The Sky Is Zero," "My Mistake," and "Light" with home-made music videos created by Schroeder and Miranda Vettrus. "Light" was featured prominently in the hit-series 'T@gged' in 2017.

Sleep Millennium released their dual-single “Sleep Cycling/Dimension” in June, 2017 that marked the beginning of an effort to release one single a month, leading up to the release of the full length LP “Let Us Begin the Future” in May 2018.

Sleep Millennium is currently in the midst of exploring new sounds and writing, recording, and releasing a slew of new music, including the singles “It Matters What You Say,” “Fight About Nothing,” and “In Another Life.”

Evoking the mind expanding themes of surrealism and the feeling of child-like discovery, The Sleep Millennium have cobbled together the most impressive DIY video ever for The Sky Is Zero. - Shayen De Silva, Happy Mag

Sleep Millennium is bringing you a taste of the psychedelic 60s, shaded with modern production techniques that will fuse music nerds from past and present. - Clayton Warwick, The Music Ninja

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