Tag: Tel Aviv

Premiere: Chaim – Pow Pow (The Organism Remix) [Blue Shadow Records]

Respected Israeli producer Chaim debuts on his Blue Shadow imprint with two charismatic cuts, including remixes from The Organism, Zombies in Miami and Kino Todo. Appearing on labels like BPitch, Disco Halal, Supplement Facts and Visionquest, Chaim’s emotively organic sound, often influenced by his Israeli homeland, is like no other. Arguably his biggest release to date, ‘Blue Shadow’ was released on Guy Gerber’s Rumors in 2014. Chaim now finally releases on his Tel Aviv-based imprint, which shares the same name, following appearances from Echonomist, Jinga, Kino Todo, and label co-founder Jenia Tarsol. ‘Pow Pow’ intoxicates with its utterly hypnotic and ... Read more

Premiere: Middle Sky Boom & Eliezer – All Across The Sea (Perdu’s Crossing Borders Remix) [Unterman Records]

It’s not a secret anymore that a lot of upcoming DJ’s/producers come from Tel Aviv nowadays. Middle Sky Boom and Eliezer who are currently making waves in the Tel Aviv’s music industry come with a stunning release on their own imprint Unterman Records (incl. Perdu Remix). The remix comes from Amsterdam’s Perdu, who is well known for his releases on Optimo Music and Let’s Play House last year. Perdu delivers a darker and cosmic breakbeat remix which can be infectious on any peak time dance floor. The vocals which are done by Middle Sky Boom himself lead the track into a hypnotizing yet ... Read more

DHA FM Mix #418 By Uriah Klapter

Born and raised in Tel Aviv, Uriah Klapter first touched a turntable in 2004. With residencies at The Block and Beit Maariv, and releases on labels like Correspondant, Karakter and AEON, Uriah Klapter has landed a string of international gigs everywhere from South America, to Europe and Asia. Listen to the sound of one of Tel Aviv’s busiest DJ’s with DHA FM Mix #418 Soundcloud Artist Page [soundcloud url=”https://soundcloud.com/deep-house-amsterdam/uriah-klapter-dha-fm-mix-418″ comments=”true” auto_play=”false” color=”8cd3f6″ width=”100%” height=”166″]  

DHA Mix #344 By Yotam Avni

Yotam Avni is widely tipped to be one of the most prominent figures too emerge onto the scene in some time. Fast-transitioned from Tel-Aviv’s best-kept secret to one of the scene’s leading lights, this multi talented Producer, Remixer and DJ’s back catalogue offers a wide range of output, from Abstract Electronica through to Soulful House and Detroit Techno. A full on figure in his local scene, acting as organizer for much respect Tel Aviv night AVADON, Yotam has also found a place on the likes of Innervisions, Hotflush Recordings, Ovum, Stroboscopic Artefacts, Watergate, and more. As Yotam Avni’s schedule gets ... Read more

Interview: Khen

With Guy J, Sasha, industry media and an exponentially growing fan base across the globe, all signs point to Khen as the next big thing to come out of the dance music hot bed that is Israel. With a hypnotic and emotionally charged style featured here before, Khen possesses a truly idiosyncratic sound that transcends genre. After years of honing his skills both in the studio and behind the decks, his music has since reached Guy Mantzur‘s Plattenbank imprint, as well as Nick Warren’s Hope, Hernan Cattaneo’s Sudbeat, John Digweed‘s Bedrock, and Guy J’s Lost & Found. See also: DHA Mix #285 By Khen Now, Khen debuts on Jeremy Olander‘s Vivrant imprint ... Read more

Red Axes Defy Expectation With Genre Bending Second Album “The Beach Goths”

Tel-Aviv has burst onto the world stage as a center for forward thinkign electronic music as of late, due in no small part to Red Axes. After their 2014 debut “Ballad of the Ice,” the duo return with their sophomore follow up album “The Beach Goths,” due for release via their own Garzen Records. Inspired from unique moments and significant experiences over the past year, Red Axes channeled their world traveling experiences into deep mental inspiration for the 12 track long player. The album is a diverse affair, equally at home banging out post punk as it is chruning the ... Read more

SXM Festival Podcast By Moscoman

Moscoman is the man behind underground hits on Correspondant and Eskimo Recordings, as well as his own Disco Halal imprint. His music takes in elements of Techno, New Wave, House, and the sounds of his native Middle East, quickly building himself to prominence via production, remix work, and DJing. Hailing from Tel Aviv Moscoman is now based in Berlin, but plays frequently throughout Europe and further afield and some of the most interesting and unique clubs and parties around. SXM Festival Podcast: Atish, Wild Dark Next month, Moscoman will join the SXM Festival ranks, an event that essentially features everyone ... Read more

Interview: Khen

With Guy J, Sasha, industry media and an exponentially growing fan base across the globe, all signs point to Khen as the next big thing to come out of the dance music hot bed that is Israel. With a hypnotic and emotionally charged style that blends early 2000s progressive house grooves and elements of contemporary techno, Khen possesses a truly idiosyncratic sound that transcends genre. After years of honing his skills both in the studio and behind the decks, his music reached Guy Mantzur in 2011, who promptly signed him to his Plattenbank imprint. Since then, Khen has also released ... Read more

Guy J Returns To Amsterdam For Exclusive Lost & Found Showcase

With thoughts of their Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) showcase still buzzing in our heads, Guy J returns to Amsterdam, bringing his famed Lost & Found imprint to Melkweg. On 30 December, Guy J, alongside fast rising Israeli talent Khen, say goodbye to the year that was (and what a year it was, sheeeeesh) with a night full of melodic House music that has made Lost & Found one of the most prestigious destinations in the scene. See also: Interview: Guy J For those unaware, on the path to becoming one of the premier artists of this electronic generation, Guy J ... Read more

What Happens When Man Power Interviews Moscoman

Kindred spirits: that’s the best way to describe the connection shared by Man Power and Moscoman. Sure, there are many similarities between the two musicians: their rise, their approach and their current unavoidable statuses. Their shared deep groove and spatial, cosmic signatures in their sound. They’ve both released debut albums and launched labels in the last two years. They’ve both been spotted on ESP Institute and appear on Man Power’s Album Remix EP on Correspondent as Moscoman has remixed ‘Beilsteiner’. But the link goes deeper than career parallels and shared releases: both have deep seeded connections with their home cities ... Read more

Interview: Guy J

The true beauty of electronic music is that it has no limits. It exists to be molded into whatever the creator desires. Few embrace this luxury with more precision and care than Tel Aviv’s Guy J. On the path to becoming one of the premier artists of this electronic generation, Guy J has amassed a vast discography showcased within an eclectic list of world-renowned labels. His disregard for boundaries has catapulted his genre-diverse Lost & Found imprint into one of the most highly regarded brands in the underground. From a dance floor perspective, Guy’s unearthly DJ mixes have helped propel ... Read more