Instrumental Art Rock trio from Czech Republic. Band has been formed in 2015 by professional guitarist and composer Ivan Bores. Guitar - Ivan Bores, Drums - Michal Pilousek, Bass - Jiri Pecka
Band has been formed in 2015. Ivan had composed a few songs for his new electric guitar when started searching for accompanion. First came Michal as a drummer who had new Ivan before and played in several other bands. As a last member came a bass player Jiri Pecka who played bass guitar for a fun. He is still a member of the local clarinet ensamble. We all came from one small town, so we had no problem to organize our time even each of us had another musical activities.
It is an art, so it gives everything what comes with it. Joy and other feelings too.
Band has been named after our first song. We use a word Vivat in many song titles too. It is a tribute to musicians which we admire for their works. However our music is mostly original, it is highly influenced by musicians named in titles.
This band is about progress. It is our Rock child and we like to see how it grows. We enjoy to work hard on improvement of playing technique. It is a challenge how far we can get with this instrumental music.
It is an instrumental music based on electric guitar melodies. It's a Rock and Metal. There is no aiming for specific style. Our songs are ment to deliver pleasure of listening. Of course, it evokes other feelings too, but there is no particullar opinion message in this music without lyrics. Just listen it and let it affect your feelings.
Ivan: It's natural. All sounds and events around me. It's a part of my personality to express my self through music.
Many of musicians. The most influential are metal and rock bands of sixties to early nineties, especially guitarist such as Satriani, Steve Vai, Joey Taffolla, BB King and many more. Our band is also influenced by other musicians which we worked with, their are our friends too.
Ivan: How to organize things and discipline in studio work. Michal and Jiri: Precission and self improvement.
It is a core of the music. It is all about concentration to our performance, feeling an audience reaction and cutting ourself out of the outer world.
To be always satisfy with our music and to get a good feedback from large audience.
We don't know. We just play. We are poor in marketing.
Everything happens online in these days. There is a lot of crap music around, everybody pushing it to get some kind of success on internet. There is a poor audience for a small live-music events. Club managers do not care about your music as an act of art. They do their judgements based on your social network success.
Good place for musicians. We don't know yet how it helps to promote our music.
Probably empty auditorium.
Yes sure, on live gigs.