Monday, June 15, 2009

Tricrotic In Chicago




tri·crotic (trī krät′ik)
adjective
PHYSIOL. designating or of a pulse having three separate rhythmic waves to each beat
Etymology: < Gr trikrotos, (rowed) with triple stroke < tri-, tri- + krotein, to beat (< IE *kret-, to strike > OE hrindan, to pus

Tricrotic means, literally, a heartbeat that has three parts. As a band,

Nomy Lamm, Marcus Rogers and Erin Daly illustrate this concept by bringing together three distinct, authentic, powerful self-taught, community-based musical voices. Based in Chicago , Tricrotic blends elements of hip hop, punk rock, soul, classic rock, tent-revival hymnal, and vaudeville stage. The effect is something never heard before, something to feel in every part of you, something to respond to: solid beats, driving accordion riffs, soaring violin, growling vocals with spellbinding harmonies, audience sing-alongs, hand-clapping and ecstatic dance moves invented by audience members on the spot.

Tricrotic are harbingers of a new old school; their songs have been known to affect weather patterns.

Here you can listen to several songs by Tricrotic at their site

2 comments:

Gardenia said...

I like the Tricrotic - they indeed have something going on with the manipulation of energy through the unique sounds they produce.

I love this: "It's as if you caught the best drum circle in your life off acid, or you got to watch and feel each and every person at the moment they experience the infamous spark of love."

The indeed have capabilities of doing some brain scramble, er, should I say, some "shifting" of my brain waves with their music. Ok, that said - - - why not affect weather patterns?

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