International Music Showcase Festival 2019 40 ₪Closing Night
The International Music Showcase Festival is celebrating 10 years of exporting and promoting some of the finest Israeli music to the world.
The closing night preformance: Hila Ruach, TATRAN feat. Talmudi, Noga Erez
The performances will take place in the Yellow Submarine – Jerusalem
open doors 21:15
The International Music Showcase Festival is celebrating 10 years of exporting and promoting some of the finest Israeli music to the world. Music showcase festivals take place all over the globe, aimed at sharing local music with top representatives from the global music industry. Israel’s musical showcase is produced by the Yellow Submarine and is thought to be one of the finest in the world.
We are off to the closing night with 3 performances:
With music that combines Garage rock, pop and psychedelia, lyrics revealing exposed honesty and bleeding humor and live shows around the country and in Europe that are an astonishing act of blunt truth who leave a hypnotized audience, Hila Ruach was crowned as the Israeli indie queen.
TATRAN feat. Talmud
Epic jazz-busting, mind-melting and genre-bending trio TATRAN mix their energetic trio setup, powered by Dan Mayo’s ferocious drumming, Offir Benjaminov’s non-conventional bass and Tamuz Dekel’s serpentine guitar, with Eyal Talmudi’s free jazz blast-outs into a new and extra potent explosion of broken up-beats, spacey freak-outs and laser precision de-constructive musical pieces that lie somewhere between rock and jazz, electronic music and organic hallucinations.
Noga Erez is a Tel Aviv based musician, singer and producer. Her grainy textures and potent atmospheres forged with her synths and ingenious beats bravely straddle genres, energized further by the environment in which she’s grown up.
While the music she makes in collaboration with her partner and co-writer, composer and producer Ori Rousso exploits many of the more physical dynamic elements of electronic music, it also embraces a cerebral sensitivity that’s made her one of the most exciting, idiosyncratic artists to date.