“I saw the best Colts team of my generation destroyed by madness. Or if not madness, then hubris. Hubris, and piss-poor judgment.” The thrill is gone for Matt Gonzales.
“I did it for you, Indy. The smothering defense, the torrent of net-ripping jump shots–it was all for you.” The Indiana Pacers (aka Matt Gonzales) prove their love is strong.
“I made some bad calls. Quasi-abusive stuff. And trying to fix things by bringing in stiffs like Mike Dunleavy and Troy Murphy wasn’t any good, either. Then later, extending Jim O’Brien’s contract—it was just one dumpster fire after another there for a while, wasn’t it?” The Indiana Pacers (aka Matt Gonzales) want you back.
Why has Matt Gonzales stuck with Turntable.fm? “Because I love discovering music by bands that, for whatever reason, are so lost to obscurity they don’t get press, aren’t talked about by anyone, and don’t exist in the ‘Related Artists’ lists on Spotify or other music services.”
It’s been a long time since we’ve had a Punchout–and even longer since we’ve had an album by Beachwood Sparks. Matt Gonzales and Chris Overpeck are too mellow to duke it out.
“Well, we’re loud, but it’s the kind of loud you can get away with without it killing your brain. We’re loud for a reason. Matt Gonzales sits down with Alan Sparhawk Low and Retribution Gospel Choir.