• The Angelcy

    Most of you probably still remember them from our session on a Berlin Rooftop back in 2013. Now it was their turn to show us around their home base: our lovely friends of the Angelcy took us on a bus ride through Tel Aviv, where they sang their powerful hymn “People of […]

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  • Zohara

    When we went to Israel in late 2016, we also met this talented artist: Zohara, who mixes influences from electronical as well as classical music and jazz. With her crystal clear yet authentic and compelling voice she adds an ethereal dimension to  her song “D-Love”, which she performed live for us […]

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  • Buttering Trio

    A couple of weeks before their jaw-dropping show at Bi Nuu, Berlin, we encountered the amazing Buttering Trio in a slightly different environment, that couldn’t have been more appropriate for a live performance of their super cool saxophone infused trip hop beats. It was on a sunny afternoon in the garden […]

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  • Dani Dorchin

    Dani Dorchin is a blues-rocknroll-phenomenon, who needs nothing but his own limbs and lungs and lips combined a guitar and a base drum to create a sound of a full rockband. We met him in the middle of an empty swimming pool in Tel Aviv, where he played his song “Take […]

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  • Tatran

    Tatran, that is Tamuz Dekel on guitar, Dan Mayo on drums and Offir Bejaminov on the bass, are puristic in a sense, and spiritual in another: their instrumental songs are proof for their talent for composition, while their live performances show off that certain little something, that lifts their melodies and arrangements […]

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  • Jim Kroft

    With his folky, acoustic songs the Berlin-based talent Jim Kroft has travelled to parts of this planet, that are not necessariliy too well known for singing and songwriting indie-artists. So far, Jim has travelled half the globe in between Berlin, China, Russia and Zanzibar, bringing his honest and heartfelt songs to […]

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