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Trevor Exter

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About Trevor Exter
Genres:
Avant-soul Cello Thumping
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How to do this, in case you're interested:, Go ahead and bypass generations of education and tradition, rebellion and repression. Smash the glass and blow out the whole exhibit., Bang on it. Not on a nice expensive one (which probably belongs in a museum and which you probably don't own anyway) but find one in the trash and bang on it., (Yes you can find cellos in the trash, alongside rotary-dial telephones, typewriters and musty books on etiquette which people used to memorize back when people used to memorize things.), Start simple and stay there. Let it be boring while it warms up., Involve the voice right away: you want people to be able to sing with you., Arrange simple sounds into a simple order and dance to it., Yes, DANCE, and you will hear better! Watch dancers: they listen with their entire body., (Pick your feet up: topheavy, seaweed-like hippy sway does not count.), A moment is enough, but if it's fun, keep going.
Hometown:
Tompkins County, USA

Born in Ithaca, NY, Trevor Exter always played different things but kept coming back to the cello. He sits with the cello and sings, but he plays it weird – like a tiny b...
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About Trevor Exter
Genres:
Avant-soul Cello Thumping
Band Members:
How to do this, in case you're interested:, Go ahead and bypass generations of education and tradition, rebellion and repression. Smash the glass and blow out the whole exhibit., Bang on it. Not on a nice expensive one (which probably belongs in a museum and which you probably don't own anyway) but find one in the trash and bang on it., (Yes you can find cellos in the trash, alongside rotary-dial telephones, typewriters and musty books on etiquette which people used to memorize back when people used to memorize things.), Start simple and stay there. Let it be boring while it warms up., Involve the voice right away: you want people to be able to sing with you., Arrange simple sounds into a simple order and dance to it., Yes, DANCE, and you will hear better! Watch dancers: they listen with their entire body., (Pick your feet up: topheavy, seaweed-like hippy sway does not count.), A moment is enough, but if it's fun, keep going.
Hometown:
Tompkins County, USA

Born in Ithaca, NY, Trevor Exter always played different things but kept coming back to the cello. He sits with the cello and sings, but he plays it weird – like a tiny b...
Read More