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Audrey Ochoa

Label: Chronograph Records
Released: 2020
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Track Listing

Swamp Castles; Benchwarming; Silver Linings; The Huggy Dance; Bunganga; Groundhog Day; Postcards; My Reward.

Personnel

Audrey Ochoa
Audrey Ochoa

trombone

Additional Personnel / Information

Audrey Ochoa: trombone; Chris Andrew: piano/keyboards (2, 4-7); Sandro Dominelli: drums (1, 3), Mike Lent: bass (1, 3, 8); Luis Tovar: congas (2, 5); Raul Tabera: percussion (2), Rubim de Toledo: bass (5); Kate Svrcek: violin; Shannon Johnson: violin; Ian Woodman: cello; Special Guest: Battery Poacher remix (4, 6).

Album Description

With significant education, performances and momentum amassed, Ochoa’s next recorded efforts were originally intended to feature duets with pianist Chris Andrew – which would be remixed by electronica DJ, Battery Poacher. As pre-production progressed, she found herself utilizing skills from other projects and arranging strings with horns and a rhythm section. The result is an ambitious project that introduces strings into her previous configuration of trombone, piano, bass and drums, a mix of chamber music with contemporary and Latin jazz. Focused on unique arrangements and undisputed inspirations, the album features electronic remixes alongside this harmonious combination of genres and ideals.


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