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    Jul 08 2015
  • THIS VIDEO

    6029 Views
    2 Votes
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    2452 nd Views
    7445 th Votes
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    07/09/15

ZOHARA performs the song "PLAY" for BalconyTV.
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PRESENTED BY LUCA SERES

Zohara is a musician who does everything on her own. She writes, composes, sings, plays and produces her own music. Her production is drawn from a variety of influences - electronic music as well as classical music and jazz.

Between 2012 to 2014, in her room in Tel Aviv, Zohara produced her first album 'Growing up Anyway’, that will be released later this year (2015). The album is made of 12 original songs that mostly deal with the doubts of many people in their early twenties, in a world so unstable and vague.

In 2013, Zohara began to perform in Israel and London and make music videos for her songs. The four videos released in 2014-2015 and warmly criticised, both in Israel (Mako, ynet, Time Out, Nana 10..) and especially in the UK (The Line of Best Fit, Clash, It's all Indie, FLUX magazine, WATM Magazine, 17 Seconds, NME - The Buzz). One of the songs, ‘Drum & Bass’, was even broadcasted on MTV World, and the song ‘Lost’ was premiered in the british magazine 'Konbini’.

Zohara's concert combines the acoustic with the electronic world. The intensive search for live concepts that express her music the best formed into a drummer playing on acoustic and electronic set, and Zohara that sings and plays a variety of synthesizers.

"...Anyway give it a listen (and watch) yourself and make up your own mind. We reckon Zohara deserves to be up there in the charts and in the public consciousness. Whether she will though depends on the odd machinations of the music industry but she deserves it." Flux Magazine.

"..Reminiscent of Bjork, say, but with a gritty, DIY sensibility, it's early days for Zohara – but these are promising signs." Clash Music.

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CREDITS / SPONSORS
Director / Cameraman: Ophir Ben Shimon
Producers:Ophir Ben Shimon, Johnathan Kutner
Booking: Tamar Woodcock
Recording Engineers: Daniel Shemer, Donald Maimon, Yair Taragano, Roi Avni
Mix & Master: Daniel Shemer
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