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Honolulu Orchestra

Label: Honolulu Records
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Pads; Margaret; Foot Foot #1; Party People, Creepy People; Samsara; Foot Foot #2; Whose Home.


Honolulu Orchestra
Honolulu Orchestra


Marco Rottoli
Marco Rottoli

bass, acoustic

Andrea Di Biase

bass, acoustic

Nicoló Ricci
Nicoló Ricci

saxophone, tenor

Marcella Malacrida

voice / vocals

Album Description

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.


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