This video is from a concert that I’ve been at on Saturday, at Massada 13, as recorded and published by Maya Tal. The band’s name is Electric Desert, and they play an old-school, energetic, guitar-driven rock n’ roll, with a mixture of Middle-Eastern and Balkan influences. This post deserves special attention of my Polish readers, because in the next weeks you’ll have the opportunity to listen to them live as well, at their upcoming gigs in Białystok and Warsaw. Just follow the updates on their FB page.
Last week I had the pleasure to be at two very awesome concerts. The first, was of the Oriental-Metal act Orphaned Land in the Wunderbar club – I mentioned them already in my previous post about 7 mind-blowing Israeli covers. The concert was pretty good, just as expected. But the second, and more interesting, was actually the monthly Haifa Frequencies event at the Syrup. Haifa Frequencies is all about introducing the local live-electronic scene. This time it was 3 acts:
The first to get on the stage were “MAD and LOST”. This new electronic duo Ran Lavi(vocals) and Lee Müller(previously known from another amazing Haifa-based electronic duo Tzif Rozenpot, that also set foot on Frequencies’ stage) made their very first debut on stage.
Considering the fact that this duo was practically just “born”, there is not a lot of their material online yet. Yet from what there is, here’s a bite:
Second to come was Noga Erez. She was the only performer at the event that I didn’t even heard about before, nevertheless, she was the one who blew my mind the most. Later I found out that she was in the past part of the Secret Sea band(that was headed by another favorite performer of mine – Amit Erez). This young woman, except of having ghostly mesmerizing voice and impressive synth skills, is also just hypnotically beautiful. I think I just discovered my new musical crush.
Here’s a little taste:
And also check out her performance with Efrat Ben Zur:
The last but not least to come on stage to was the kick-ass drummer Rowch A.K.A Offer Bymel. I already had a post with his video teaser for this event, but here’s another of his kick-ass tunes:
Well, that’s all for now. Be safe!
About two weeks ago, finally, the second Midburn Festival(Israeli equivalent of the famous Burning Man Festival in Nevada) took place in the Negev desert – an event that is described by its arrangers as an experiment in radical self-expression, and radical self-reliance. … Continue reading