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02 Jul
Published in Song of 2day
Ouzo Bazooka was formed in Tel Aviv by Uri Brauner Kinrot, who grew up on the sunny shores of the mediterranean sea and has been active in the music scene for over a decade, shaping the sound of influential local groups as well as the critically acclaimed mediterranean surf band Boom Pam (currently collaborating with Turkish psychedelic-folk legend Selda Bağcan). ​ Tel Aviv’s cultural diversity served as the perfect backdrop for Ouzo Bazooka’s formation and the maturing of their style; an exotic blend of middle eastern sounds and scales, moulded together with fuzzed psychedelic surf rock and garage. Following the release of their acclaimed self-titled debut album in 2014, the band was embraced by the local crowd and became somewhat of a local phenomena. It was only a matter of time before their sounds reached the European front and after a succession of high profile festival appearances, followed by two stellar releases, the media, critics and the international crowd took notice - the band’s position as the ambassadors of a new middle eastern rock sound was cemented.
01 Jul
Published in Song of 2day
The record may be just four tracks long and released on an obscure German label (Ovular), but it has an ambitious title: Disco Jazz. Arguably, no work of art since Tolstoy’s War and Peace has branded itself with quite as much chutzpah. Bursting with the energy synonymous with disco but nuanced with long jazzy instrumental segments and sophisticated drum breaks, the music does manage to both intrigue the mind and get the body moving.
30 Jun
Published in Song of 2day
Velly Joonas (born 9 June 1955) is an Estonian musician, songwriter and poet, and a former member of amateur groups Vstretša and Pirita. Velly has written almost 300 songs, 30 poem anthologies and has had her works exhibited in an art gallery.
29 Jun
Published in Song of 2day
Dihya (real name Zohra Aïssaoui) is an Algerian singer of Chaoui music. Dihya was born in 1950 the village of Taghit near Tighanimine to Amar Aïssaoui Taghit and Ourida Meghamri of T'kout. She moved to France in 1958 at the age of eight.
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