"Ambergris," Honolulu Orchestra's new single is out today on all platforms. Only for today you can get it with a 30% discount on Bandcamp
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Ambergris" (N. Ricci)
Nicolò Ricci: saxophone
Marcella Malacrida: vocals
Marco Giongrandi-: guitar
Andrea Di Biase: piano
Marco Rottoli: double bass
Riccardo Chiaberta: drums
Recorded remotely between March and April 2020.
Mixed and mastered by Giovanni Agosti.
About Honolulu Orchestra
Honolulu Orchestra is a collective band that features all the current members of Honolulu Records, an independent record label created in 2014 in Milan by a group of Italian musicians now spread in four different European countries (Italy, The Netherlands, Belgium and UK). Each member of HO composes for the band material that gets workshopped and modified during the rehearsals in a sort of collective writing process. Honolulu Orchestra is also the musical manifesto of the label itself and carries its artistic message. The band released its first album S//T
in December 2019.
About Honolulu Records Honolulu Records
is the most sincere and caring way we found to give a concrete life to our musical and artistic thoughts: a possible way out of the traditional labels' market and a solution to avoid wasting the creativity and the ideas of a community of musicians. Honolulu is an independent label for non-commercial (mainly) improvised art music. We are a collective of musicians with a deep love for research and experimentation. Our aim is to produce music that is a spontaneous and necessary expression of our time and to involve an audience as wide and as various as possible. We would like to help create connections between musicians, creative people, different artistic fields and to try spreading good music as much as we can. Honolulu Records provides assisted self-production and supports artists in releasing their music by lowering the printing costs and taking care as a collective of the bureaucratic and organisational aspects of the process.