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Lately we’ve found ourselves drawn in by the large helping of Oriental music being showcased at The Passage on Allenby Street. Live performances by the likes of Zehava Ben, Ahuva Uzeri, Chaim Uliel, and the Sfatayim Group coupled with a crowd that’s eager to listen guarantees an atmospheric evening full of Eastern promise and charm.
Eliezer Peretz, the mastermind behind this recent trend, states, “I respect and personally love the genre, and it’s a privilege to uncover these gems that we all love so much, and give them a stage that isn’t necessarily their natural place to perform. These are top class performers, and their live shows are simply fantastic.”
For those that love house music as much as they love a good party, ‘Aesthetics’ is the place to be in Tel Aviv. A party line hosted at Alphabet and spearheaded by David Elimelech and Amichai Atias, ‘Aesthetics’ is a party that puts the beauty and aesthetics of dance music front and center. Think melodies, excitement and Joie de vivre. Think music that encapsulates the warm, soulful aspect of house music. Think the love of disco and NY/Chicago grunge.
Both local and international acts make appearances at this party line, including Michael Serafini, an influential figure in Chicago’s dance music scene.
A performance that puts mash-up culture in the forefront. The original creator of the ‘Cubism’ show, Nadav Agami – known for slicing tracks into small pieces and putting them back together again as part of a live show – has joined forces with Chen Tochner, A.K.A. Braindead, one of the busiest and most talented DJs in Israel’s mainstream hip hop scene.
The duo has created an innovative mash-up show that challenges the heart, brain and hips. The show was featured on Noy Alooshe’s radio show on Galgalatz and is pulling in listeners who can’t wait for the next genius mash-up.