This is another weird, nearly terrifying, yet wonderful work from the nexus of musicians floating around Tel-Aviv and involving Tamar Singer. Necromishka continue the neofolk tradition, mixing it with some of the hallucinatory vibe which gave early Current 93 its power. The vocals in Beast of Prey, for instance, are slowed down to something so […]
Ethiopian music is doing rather well in Israel, if this new single by the Hoodna Orchestra is any indication of what’s going on there. The first track is a warm paean to old 60s and 70s music out of Addis Ababa, and the next is pure dub meatiness.
The Faran Ensemble are a rather spectacular World Music group out of Israel, taking elements of the music of their neighbors. They are a band to watch out for in the coming years.
https://www.mixcloud.com/widget/iframe/?embed_type=widget_standard&embed_uuid=08f32610-12b6-417a-bbae-0a79220e2547&feed=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.mixcloud.com%2F2403832%2Fzakho22%2F&hide_cover=1&replace=0 Zakho#22 by Rocky B on Mixcloud An extremely impressive radio program out of Israel covering World Music. For more, contact Rocky B. at his website, or directly at Mixcloud.
The Hagiga Sextet are an Israeli jazz band led by saxophonist Alon Farber, one found during my daily stumble around Facebook’s groups.
I really owe all of my passion for Eastern European/Soviet Improvisational and Experimental music to one man: Leo Feigin of Leo Records. It was through his introduction, via his catalog and a few letters back and forth, that I was introduced to such artists as Vyacheslav Ganelin (the Ganelin Trio’s leader, now based in Israel), […]
Except finding that Magdalith was from Toulouse, France, that she was a stunningly beautiful Jewish woman who converted to Roman Catholicism and that she sang in Hebrew as well as her native French (with inflections which remind me of Diamanda Galás), there is scant information available about this artist. Any info would be highly appreciated, […]