Zoë Poledouris-Roché and Angel Roché Jr. aka RochéRoché translate the experience of their life together into a tapestry of rock, urban, indie, electro, punk and orchestral music that sticks to picture.

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ROCHé Roché

A Fellow of the Sundance Institute Composer’s Lab, Zoë boasts songwriting and scoring credits for major motion pictures (Starship Troopers, Shadow Of Doubt, Bully) and multiple festival favorites/independents (White Of Winter, Sailor’s Girl). She is the eldest daughter of late film composer Basil Poledouris (Lonesome Dove, Hunt for Red October, Robocop). 

Angel spent his early LA years in the drum seat for multiple acts including Revolver, Dave Navarro and Mellowdrone, which led to being enlisted as recording and touring percussionist for multiple Grammy winner, Ziggy Marley. Angel’s playing can be heard on recordings by artists Taj Mahal, Ziggy Marley, Kathy Black, Martin Tillman and many others. When not producing, composing or recording, you can catch him on select international engagements with William Close and the Earth Harp Collective.

Together, Zoë & Angel compose scores for a wide variety of movie genres, from pre-school animated to teen slasher.  They produce albums of rap, reggae, folk, pop and rock for artists who seek out their open minds, collaborative spirits and creative ears.  Since 2002, their backbone project is LOONER - the honest and full bodied musical representation of their partnership. When not playing international dates supporting their latest album, you can see LOONER as the live band supporting Mike Simpson of the Dust Bros. as they perform his score to the 1999 film by David Fincher, Fight Club.

Producers, Composers, Songwriters & Performers

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Directed by Sharon Hoffman


Directed by Rodrigo Garcia

Song “Home” (co-written w/ Ziggy Marley for the band LOONER) is featured on Season 3 of BLUE, starring Julia Stiles and Eric Stolz. Watch on Hulu.


Directed by Nicole Barnette

Sailor’s Girl

Directed by Brett Simon