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Tsvia Abarbanel

Tsvia Abarbanel

by Editor | 28th September 2017

As you know, MusicMap normally focuses on new artists, but this ’70s number by Tsvia Abarbanel is too funky not to bring to your attention… ‘Im Nin’Alu’ is taken from a forthcoming compilation on Fortuna Records entitled Da’saa – The Haunting Sound of Yemenite Israeli Funk 1973-1984. The record celebrates the contribution of Yemenite immigrants […]

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Raw Tapes

by Editor | 8th March 2017

The key name when it comes to the Tel Aviv music scene, Raw Tapes is not just a record label but a teeming collective of musicians and artists who frequently support and collaborate with each other. Its output is determined by the music and musicians who take part, and as a result the label is […]

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Yemen Blues

by Editor | 20th February 2017

Yemen Blues was originally the brainchild of Israeli musician Ravid Kahalani, but now encompasses five full-time members and many more guest appearances. Taking in their local influences such as the chants and rhythms of Yemen and other Middle Eastern musical tropes, Yemen Blues also encompasses Calypso and other South and Central American genres. A truly […]

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Alongside partner in crime Eliezer, Middle Sky Boom is bringing a retro-progressive sound to the Israeli electronic scene, fusing new wave synth sensibilities with vocodered vocals and burnished grooves perfect for the darkest hour of the night. On the duo’s …

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Insight MORE ENTRIES

Raw Tapes

by Editor

The key name when it comes to the Tel Aviv music scene, Raw Tapes is not just a record label but a teeming collective of musicians and artists who frequently support and collaborate with each other. Its output is determined by the music and musicians who take part, and as a result the label is …

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New Finds MORE ENTRIES
Tsvia Abarbanel

Tsvia Abarbanel

by Editor | 28th September 2017

As you know, MusicMap normally focuses on new artists, but this ’70s number by Tsvia Abarbanel is too funky not to bring to your attention… ‘Im Nin’Alu’ is taken from a forthcoming compilation on Fortuna Records entitled Da’saa – The Haunting Sound of Yemenite Israeli Funk 1973-1984. The record celebrates the contribution of Yemenite immigrants […]

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