Wed 10 July 2019 | 9:00 pm - 11:30 pm
Barby - Derech Kibuts Galuyot 52, Tel Aviv,
The post-rock ensemble Mono, one of the most successful international ensembles from Japan, is arriving in Israel for one exciting and sweeping evening of instrumental rock burning strings.
The ensemble established in Tokyo in 1999 is highly appreciated for its unique approach, with a combination of orchestral adaptations and gujarati guitars, to the extent that the band’s musicality and variety transcends definitions and frames, and are in a category of their own.
NME considered music as “music for gods” and their series of 23 classical musicians in New York, Tokyo, London and Melbourne became a monumental memory of the band’s talent and totality. Their annual world tour is made up of about 150 performances and the band has visited more than 57 countries.
After releasing 10 successful albums, including a live album with an orchestra in New York, the band won the Marshall Hawkins Award for music in the short film “Where We Begin” in 2015.
In 2018, a new drummer joined the band and the band performed at the Maltada Festival, The
band has released a new album, “Nowhere Now Here” (“Nowhere Now Here”), in which the band released its latest album, “Nowhere Now Here” (2019) (Not for the first time) by a veteran member of the band, the legendary producer Steve Albini (Nir) Different, Pyxis, Bridrs), audio Alktrikl famous studios in Chicago.
Recently, Mono appeared as a helper at the 2017 Roedburn Festival, a performance selected by critics and audience for one of the festival’s highs.
In the first part of the evening, the intriguing local rock band Tiny Fingers will appear in an air-space instrumental instrumental rock.
“We are very happy to take part in this great evening and to host Mono in Israel.” The performances of this wonderful Japanese ensemble, known for their explosive power, are signed in the same European label Pelagic Records and we have participated in several festivals in the past. “, Tiny Fingers.