Nomad Fire GESHEM
Subgenre: Modern Rock
Album including Album cover
- 1Reincarnation City03:18
- 2Outerbody Supervolcano04:20
- 3Swimming is Forbidden04:22
- 5Neither Wrong Nor Right00:40
- 6Lie to You04:12
- 7Shelob's You02:03
- 8Nomad Fire04:31
- 9Merging with Simulator03:35
- 10Miniature Buddha04:06
Info for Nomad Fire
Geshem is a supergroup made of three of the busiest musicians in the Israeli scene: Drummer Aviv “Sol Monk” Cohen is a virtuoso drummer and a spacey beat maker, Shuzin is a cross-genre shapeshifting producer, and Yonatan Albalak is one of the busiest guitar and bass players in Israel.
After years of collaborating with A-list musicians (Avishai Cohen, Marina Maximilian, Kutiman, Ester Rada, etc.) the three have merged their distinctive artistic personas to create Geshem. Crowned as the pioneers of the psychedelic-electro-post-rock scene Geshem's unique musical style draws influences from Post-Rock, Trip-hop and IDM, constantly shifting moods and colors in both their studio works and their critically acclaimed super-charged live concerts.
In 2018 they released their highly regarded debut album Sungazing on Ghostown Records - composed, produced, performed and recorded by the band members in their home studios. Alongside their own music, Geshem often take the role of re-arrangers. Over the past few years they have presented groundbreaking adaptations to Jazz standards, Portishead 's live orchestral album and Gershwin's opera “Porgy and Bess”. Geshem are currently working on their second studio album, to be released in winter 2020.
Yonatan Albalak, vocals, bass, keyboards, guitar, synthesizers
Shuzin, vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitar
Aviv Cohen, drums, bells, percussion, synthesizers, vocals
Noam Havkin, keyboards, piano
Shai Livne, vocals
Gal Lugasy, vocals
Yogev Glusman, violin
Keren Tannenbaum, viola, violin
Yael Shapira, cello
Amit Silverman, vibraphone
is a composer, arranger, producer, guitarist and bassist, gaining recognition as a prominent figure in the Israeli music scene, and as a unique genre-crossing virtuoso.
Born in Jerusalem in 1983, Yonatan is a graduate from the Rubin Academy in Jerusalem, where he studied guitar with Steve Peskoff and composition with Slava Ganelin, and won many awards and scholarships, among them the AICF Scholarship for jazz.
Since then, he makes his varied and colorful path shifting along the axis between electronics, acoustics, psychedelia and jazz, and regularly collaborates with artists from different mediums such as dance, cinema, animation, television, theater, video art and computer games.
Yonatan has a diverse range of activity, and apart from his flagship project, the electronic post-rock group Geshem, he also takes part in a variety of different groups, ranging from rock and pop, to jazz, electronica and avant-garde.
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