Calling all Wizard Wrockers. What is your favorite genre of Wizard Wrock? Some people want to keep with the themes that originate with the films while others want to branch out. Why shouldn’t we Wrock out to classical? Don’t you think that Beethoven was a wizard? And why limit it to classical? Can you imagine a country version Harry Potter. Maybe you should check out some piano teacher websites and see what they can contribute to the Wizard universe of music. although I think most Wrockers want want Harry to Rock & Roll! Who are your favorite Wrockers? We invite you to leave your comments. The best music that we have seen comes from our fan base. If you are a Wizard Wroker, post some of you music on this site and your fellow Wrockers will offer their critiques of how good it is. Wizard Wrock is here to stay but only if you will participate. How about Pop Wrock? Break out your instruments, whether you play piano, guitar, drums, dulcimer, flute, whatever! Be creative use your voice, form a band. Just don’t sit there waiting to hear the newest Wrock, get out there and make some. You’ll be glad that you did. Who knows, you may become rich and famous.But it won’t happen if you just set there doing nothing. Get up and make some music now.
Wizard rock is rock music that evolved after the famous Harry Potter movies starting in 2002. The Genre is known for bands performing humorous songs about the mega famous Harry Potter movie series. Wizard rock (also known as Wrock) was conceived and cultivated in Massachusetts a group named “HARRY AND THE POTTERS BAND”, the silly band caught on and now is emulated world wide. Wizard rock embraces a self directed ethic, most bands self-produce their music and use social networks channels for distribution.
BANDS WHO SUBSCRIBE TO WIZARD ROCK!
The most famous music groups for the genre include, Draco and the Malfoys, Harry and the Potters, Wingardium Leviosa, The Remus Lupins, the Whomping Willows, Justin Finch-Fletchley and the Sugar Quills, Gred and Forge, Tonks and the Aurors, Swish and Flick, Ministry of Magic, The Moaning Myrtles, The Parselmouths, and Kingsley and the Shacklebolts. However, Harry and the Potters is by far the most famous of all bands in teh Genre.
Lyrics and Tempo characteristics
Wrock songs many times take the paradigm of a choosen charater from the Harry Potter Series . In contrast to other genres where references have a much wider subject matter wrock music bands inspiration is solely hailed from Harry Potter stories.
Style and Showmanship
When performing live, wizard rock bands often role-playing , or dress up as, one of the many characters from the movie series. To promote reading of the novels, many Wrock groups like to perform in bookstores, schools and libraries . The bands are very popular at the many fan conventions offered every year..
History of Wrock
Conventional wisdom says that the earliest Wrock song was written in 2000 in L.A. by “Switchblade Kittens” The song “Ode to Harry” was written from the perspective of Ginny Weasleys
Wrock ( Wizzard Rock) originated the Harry Potter-themed band which became the genesis of the subculture composed of fans of the Books who characterized by a feeling of sympathy and camaraderie with others who share a common interest centering around wizard rock. WROCK at the end of 2009 has grown to at least 750 bands.