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Transcendental Within the Sphere of Indivisible Remainder


Dre Hocevar

Sam Pluta  live electronics, signal processing | Aaron Larson Tevis  trumpet | Bryan Qu  saxophone | Mette Rasmussen  saxophone | Jeremy Corren  piano | Zack Clarke  synthesizer | Lester St. Louis  cello | Henry Fraser  bass | Dre Hocevar  drums, interaction

Available on Amazon and iTunes


Voice of a new generation — what is anticipated by the listeners today?  When one begins a personal voyage incited by the title “Transcendental Within the Sphere of Indivisible Remainder,”  the first impressions may deceive. Composer and performer Dre Hocevar meets us with an evocative opening; once the electronics engulf his multidimensional percussive work, we can sense that there’s something unique reaching our minds. As a matter of course, it’s not the first time that jazz includes electronic instruments, however, only on a few occasions, the designation “electro-acoustic jazz” appeared so appropriate to refer to what is transpiring here. Music conceived within the depths of every moment — an investigatory attitude and a child-like capacity to marvel, render the framework for copious sonic installations. The result: near to 50 minutes of an immersive dreamscape that will alter your sense of reality.

All music by Dre Hocevar

Recorded at Systems Two Studios, New York, January 25 and 26, 2016 by Rich Lamb | Mix and mastering by Dave Darlington
Produced by Michael Carvin | Executive production by Pedro Costa for Trem Azul | Design by Travassos

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