VAADAT CHARIGIM – ODISEA
Vaadat Charigim have caught the attention of of music critics around the world. Spin refers to their music as Israeli shoegaze. Paste calls their sound “silky” and their subject matter “bleak.” Slug Magazine says their music “abounds in lush guitar and monotone vocals that swirl around in noise and bristle with the same nostalgic energy you’d find on Slowdive’s Souvlaki or Ride’s Nowhere.” They are all correct.
EERIE VIDEO featuring a POST APOCALYPTIC TEL AVIV
Elements of sound and style, content and concerns come together perfectly in this well produced video for Odisea.
The World Is Well Lost
Vaadat Charigim’s album The World is Well Lost is available in more formats than is probably necessary. But that only adds to the appeal. You can buy a digital copy of the album on iTunes or directly from the Anova Music Store. If you’re into vinyl, you can by the record from Warm Ratio. And if you haven’t upgraded the sound system in your 1977 AMC Gremlin, it’s available on cassette from Burger Records. No word yet on whether they will release it on 8 Track or reel-to-reel.
You can also listen to it on bandcamp or just click the play button right here.
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