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Servitor / Bio

Servitor reflects the living resurrected earth springing back through the decay of the

failed industrial machine of Detroit. The living, breathing, pulsing drums; the grinding,

rhythmic machine of industry.
Servitor combines live percussion with foundations in traditional West African, Afro Cuban,

Middle Eastern, Brazilian, and American tribal drums with a heavy, diverse and rich

background of grinding industrial programming. Servitor is a screaming, pulsing,

thundering, music experience that is a massive departure from the usual approach to rhythms

in electronic music.
Live Servitor’s unique setup and approach allows for performances along with a diverse

selection of other artists. Servitor has performed live with a myriad of dancers and has

played drums for other several other acts. Servitor’s music has been used for

fusion/bellydance performance tracks poi/fire performances and independent commercial

advertisements. The best way to get the live feel of Servitor’s drums in a dance/fire

performance is to bring Servitor and the drums on stage.
Followers- Servitor’s unique sound and heavy emphasis on drums has thundered through the

underworld to bring out the most unexpected, but entirely welcome cadre of dancers, artists

and misfits. Among the masses of Servitor dendrophants are the raq-ing, shimmy-ing belly

dancer, the vintage-teching steampunk, the boot-stomping rivethead, the drum circling skin

pounders, the footloose African dancer, Ren Faire geeks and SCA enthusiasts. The audience

of a Servitor show is always diverse and overflowing with creative, artistic minds. Its

impossible not to fit in.

General Info

Band Members
stick people
Artist Name
Servitor
Profile Page
https://www.reverbnation.com/servitorsanctum7
Active Since
01/08
Genres
Other / Tribal / Industrial

Contact Info

Location
Richmond, VA

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