Oneida drummer Child Millions takes the idea of a drum group to a far-fetched world in his aspect project Guy Forever. Such as a smaller sized version from the Boredoms’ tests, where the sound band invited almost 100 drummers to jam within a recreation area, Guy Forever suggests even more discipline, however the idea may be the same. Constructed around six drummers (like the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Brian Run after, Awesome Color’s Allison Busch, Greg Fox, Ryan Sawyer, and Shahin Motia), the group began playing shows, designed for those within a stony mindset — filled with projected visuals — and released two LPs on St. Ives, Guy Forever and Discovered Helplessness in Rats: Rock and roll Drummer. Ultimately the project discovered refuge with Thrill Jockey. With leanings toward avant, post-punk, and percussive-based music, the label was an ideal suit, and in 2012, Guy Forever released a sprawling two-song work entitled Pansophical Cataract. 2 yrs afterwards, the group collaborated with So Percussion on Ryonen, another two-song LP, as well as the initial Guy Forever release to add vocals. In 2017, Guy Forever released Play What THEY NEED, an ambitious, multifaceted full-length offering collaborations with Yo La Tengo, Laurie Anderson, Mary Lattimore, yet others.