Sun 14 April 2019 | 10:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Herzl Street 16 - Herzl 16, Tel Aviv,

A year after the death of band member Amir Kertes,
she produces a double vinyl noise band with rare studio recordings from 1995 (noise five)
and recordings from 1991 (one noise) performances that were never published.
The band that accompanied Amir in the fight against the disease decided to release a song to encourage him, but a few days before the planned date, Amir died. The song “Nightmare” came out at a time that was agreed upon and dedicated to his memory.
The band’s members – Rea Mochiach, Oded Farah and Johnny Shuali will return to play again at the performances that will accompany the vinyl production.

Although it lasted a few years between 1993 and 2000, a noise band left its mark on Israeli rock. The song “Sometimes” (“What Do You Understand”) is played on Israeli radio to this day.
The band enjoyed great success and reviews, although it never played the game,
its members avoided interviews and did not aspire to the mainstream but to create their own music.

The “noise” was established by Amir Kertes,
The band received its name when on one of its first performances, when the band members were asked what they were playing they replied – “noise”.

The band will perform in a festive performance to launch the double vinyl
16 Herzl
Sunday 14.4 at 22:00
Free admission!

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