One of the key figures in the Israeli Modern Creative and Free/Avant-Garde Jazz scenes.
AMG entry on Ganelin
Grundik+Slava are the collaboration between two electronic musicians and sound-artists Grundik Igor Kasyansky and Slava Smelovsky . They got together in 1994 in Tel-Aviv and quickly emerged as the key figures in the Israeli experimental electronic music scene..
Haleway and Goodbye
(video clip, XviD codec for watching you can find here)
The project of modern tel-avivian russian-born poet, Roman Baembaev, in collaboration with the Israeli blues guitarist Danny Tsukerman. Mix of all styles you can imagine: hebrew poetry, cabaret jazz, comedy elements, blues, progressive rock, experimental, etc...
Official site (Hebrew)
Article from "TimeOut" magazine (Hebrew)
Article in "HaAretz" newspaper (Hebrew)
Israeli artist, composer, multiinstrumentalist, founder and leader of "Kruzenshtern & Parohod" and "Igor Krutogolov's Karate Band".
AMG entry on Krutogolov
Igor Krutogolov @ Esc.Rec.
Igor Krutogolov's Karate Band
Another Igor Krutogolov's project.
The band of 11 musicians plays music in wide range of styles (even heavy stuff like black metal) in noisy way, using only toy instruments. The "Karate Band" features, among others, the entire "Kruzenshtern & Parohod" roster.
Kruzenshtern & Parohod
Jewish avant-core band, which presents fresh, original and provocative music. The very young & one of the most original and talented israeli bands sounds like group of experienced jazz musicians stepping on the edge of the Jewish Music-Hardcore-AvantGarde mix.
AMG entry on Kruzenshtern & Parohod
Multi-reedist Ned Rothenberg composes and performs on saxophones, flutes (including shakuhachi) and bass clarinet. Active as a solo artist and avant-garde jazz performer since the '70s,
now is one of the main performers/composers in NYC Downtown Jazz Scene.
On Auris Media Ned Rothenberg is represented in collaboration with Slava Ganelin.
AMG entry on Rothenberg
Amazing duo of Eric Boros & Marylise Frecheville aka Vialka. They define their style as turbo-folk-gypsy-punk, but you are invited to discover by yourself, what kind of music is played by this unique band ;-)
On "Auris Media" Vialka is represented on split CD with Kruzenshtern & Parohod.