As dawn broke and the first rays of sun began to light up the sky, the group clambered the stairs to their studio slowly, bleary eyed and half asleep. The room overlooked the most beautiful landscape, a perfect location for them to clear their minds and enter the new day. They rolled out their mats in unison, took their place cross legged on the floor and inhaled deeply. Time to relax...
Hebrew electronic duo Megaphonim first started operating in the 90s in Tel Aviv, but after being jailed for 18 months for unclear reasons, their productions took a different form. Adding elements of despair, hope, irony and tongue-in-cheek humour to the equation, their new sound shines on their debut album for Unterman, the label they released a single on back in 2017. Stam Sofer also features three remixes from Kino Todo, Simple Symmetry and our driving synth pick from a duo who have become synonymous with psychedelic electronic productions, Garzen records founders Red Axes.
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