Eliezer X Isadora intends to put energetic and meaningful music back on the agenda.
We take the opportunity of their upcoming release on the great label Night Noise and we interview them.
Hey! Where can we find you right now? How did you start off your day?
At home in bed and then to the studio
Can you tell us a little bit about your background? where are you from / how did you get into music?
*Isadora lived in NYC and then moved to Israel and spend her child- hood in the south of Israel. Eliezer comes from the north from a very mixed environment.
Ez start as a poet and spoken word enthusiast from a very young age. She then took piano and her talent to sing and compose great pop & indie songs led her to start her band ISADORA.
ELIEZER start as a saxophone player at the age of 13 then made the move to guitar. Then started a post Punk band and then shut it off be- come a producer and DJ and creator of multiple.
Your new record is on Night Noise, what’s it like working with him?
Amazing great guy and so patient and kind for the artist, cool and knows the vibe
How did your work on “SSRI” start? How did the order arrive?
EZ had the basis off the vocals and from that we created a sound that draws on post punk and EBM vibes.
What does your studio look like? And what type of hardware/software do you like to work with?
*our studio is very cool and simple we have the guitars synths and alot of toys
Who are you main inspirations? and how have they effected your sound?
Inspired by various post punk bands from the 70’s through to disco & soul. Psychedelic from all over the world and of course local music from the middle east region.
How would you describe your sound in 2020?
My upcoming release and compilation are going to move between electronic disco, new wave to a bit more breaky sounds. With a lot off guitars vocal samples and synths
Where do you see your sound going in the future?
More of the same our sound will keep the same sounds and vibe but maybe we will take it more simple and clean, more melodic maybe, though I cant say for sure!
Tell us a little bit about your studio, are you hardware or software? how do you get a track down?
A mixture of both and just allow the music to lead you to where you are going.
Can you clue us into any acts you are loving that other people might not know?
Aviram, definitely one to watch out for.
It’s difficult for everyone in our industry during the crisis – what have you been doing to keep things going?
Caught up on my sleep! Cooked a lot and created a vision for the club loads of time in the studio working with a very cool and super talented Tel Aviv producer called aviram to record his music.
What projects are you working on at the moment?
Quite a few things going on a new album with Isadora but with a differ- ent vibe RnB, Folk mixed with my crazy shit in-between.
Do you have any final words of wisdom?
Don’t you ever believe in your government and always ask questions.
Finally, what can you tell us about your present and future projects?
There will be A new Eliezer album and 2 EP’s with friends.