Since 2010, Eric Stevenson and Elizabeth Jancewicz have been touring around the country as Pocket Vinyl. Their live acts consists of Eric slamming the piano while Elizabeth creates an engaging and beautiful painting on stage, which is auctioned off to the highest bidder. Every painting, and thus show, is unique. They've played over 700 shows, released 4 albums, several EPs, 16 t-shirts, and one full length feature documentary film called "Drive. Play. Sleep." in the fall of 2017.
"Drive. Play. Sleep." follows Pocket Vinyl in their adventures around the country in the first person perspective, having filmed the entire movie themselves. They also interviewed countless small musicians across the country, all trying to make a living on tour making music. All together, it portrays an accurate and surprising look at a national underground music scene like no other film has done. It's a music documentary like none other.
With all this done is just 7 years, Pocket Vinyl has no plans of slowing down anytime soon.