A few weeks ago, I got to see Parcivillian in concert. An actual concert, not just an open mic night where they performed a few songs. It was pretty great.
Lonely Road," a pretty rocking song, then moved on to "Left Behind," which might still be my favorite song by them.
I would say that their method for producing music is on a "how does it feel?" basis. That was a question Delek and Stav asked each other more than once, "How does that feel?" It was interesting for me, because I've only been involved in music rehearsals before for already written music, so there was no, "How does it feel?" It was only learning the music as it was written.
This was music creation, and it was pretty cool to watch and listen to. There was a lot of "go back and try..." Okay, honestly, when they started doing that stuff, it was like listening to people speaking some other language. Because it was. Mostly, I didn't follow it, but they all understood each other even without the completion of sentences.
over and tell them to record it!)
This is the last Parcivillian post... for the moment. I am sincerely hoping I will be able to revisit the group in not too long to tell you how they're doing and what kinds of strides they're making.
About writing. And reading. And being published. Or not published. On working on being published. Tangents into the pop culture world to come. Especially about movies. And comic books. And movies from comic books.
Friday, October 9, 2015
Parcivillian -- In Concert!
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Sounds like a great relationship you have developed with this band. I love watching the creative process at work - reason #89 for why I do what I do.ReplyDelete
TAS: I can't say I wouldn't like sitting in on more of their rehearsals. Of course, with 2/3 of them being off at school...Delete
Ah, to be young and talented...Delete
How cool. It sounds like they'll go far, and I hope they do.ReplyDelete
Jeanne: Me, too!Delete
It's fun that you get to follow their process and, hopefully, their rise. We have some local bands that have made it, but I'm not familiar with them. I should look them up and support them.ReplyDelete
Shannon: It's fun to support local talent.Delete