Pre-order of Clockwork. You get 1 track now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it’s released.
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releases May 3, 2019
$10USD or more
Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album
4 Panel Digipak
Includes digital pre-order of Clockwork.
You get 1 track now
(streaming via the free Bandcamp app
and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the
complete album the moment it’s released.
Singer, composer and keyboardist Kat Vokes began playing music at an early age. She studied classical piano for 12 years before she formally trained as an opera singer at the prestigious Oberlin Conservatory of Music, intensively studying vocal technique under the direction of Marlene Rosen and Timothy LeFebvre. She graduated from Oberlin’s double degree program with a B.A in comparative literature and a B.M in vocal performance in 2013.
Vokes moved to New York City in 2014 with an interest in singing jazz, and has since performed with some of the biggest names in contemporary jazz, including Pete Zimmer, Pablo Menares, Edward Perez, Felix Lecaros, Nitzan Gavrieli and Uri Gurvich. She has sung in festivals across the United States and Europe, including SongFest, Vancouver Early Music, and MSM Summer Voice Festival, among others. In her original compositions, Vokes draws on her eclectic musical background to create a hybrid of sounds, best described as art rock. Her debut record, Clockwork, will be released on Ropeadope Records in May, 2019.
Vokes was raised in Chicago by a Serbian mother and German father and grew up in a musical household; her grandparents on both sides were professional classical musicians. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Composition with a focus on music for film and multimedia at New York University.
releases May 3, 2019
Kat Vokes – vocals, (producer/arranger/composer)
Jeff Miles – guitar
Nitzan Gavrieli – keys
Noah Garabedian – bass
Ronen Itzik – drums
Julia Henderson – cello
Jacob Bergson – post production synths
Todd Carder – recording engineer
Michael Perez – recording engineer
Aaron Nevezie – mixing
Jeremy Loucas – mastering
Joshua Kwassman – music edits (comps)
Yes indeed; New Orleans finest on top form!
Ever since Mr.Scott made such an impact with Marcus Miller's 'Tutu Revisited' project he has been on my radar. 'Christian a Tunde Adjuah' was a fine album but this is spectacular with Congo Square at its heart,I think...it has so many ideas and references that it is unclassifiable other than essential.
Miles Davis used to append the monogram 'New Directions In Music' to his Columbia albums...the same applies here.