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1. City Life

  • Published: 2016-12-08T10:03:33Z
  • By Gili Yalo
City Life

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2. Hyloga

  • Published: 2015-09-03T16:55:17Z
  • By Gili Yalo
Hyloga

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3. Gili Yalo feat. Keren Dun - Africa

Gili Yalo feat. Keren Dun - Africa

Gili Yalo's "Africa" is a 2nd single release from Dead Sea Recordings. "Africa" comes from debut album of Gili Yalo - soon to be released on Dead Sea Recordings. Feat. Keren Dun From his base in Tel Aviv, Gili Yalo has launched a solo career in a new project that combines Ethiopian roots with soul, funk, psychedelic and jazz music. Gili Yalo, who has collaborated with top music producers Beno Hendler (BalkanBeat Box) and Uri Brauner Kinrot (Boom Pam), incorporates sounds from traditional Ethiopian music into a contemporary music production. The result is an exceptional, rich, vivid melody accompanied by Gili’s unique voice with lyrics in both English and Amharic. Follow Gili Yalo here: www.giliyalo.com/ www.facebook.com/Gili.Yalo/ Gili Yalo: Management - MEM Artists // www.memartists.com Booking - Dan Basman // +972528334315 // [email protected] Executive Producer - Lily DG // +972548069377 // [email protected] Dead Sea Recordings 2017 www.facebook.com/dsrtlv/ www.youtube.com/channel/UCsykq5Wt…iew_as=subscriber ℗ Dead Sea Recordings

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4. Gili Yalo

  • Published: 2016-12-08T10:02:25Z
  • By Gili Yalo
Gili Yalo

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5. Gili Yalo - Selam

Gili Yalo - Selam

Selam - Gili Yalo http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1282169681?ls=1&app=itunes Apple Music: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1282169681 Gili Yalo's "Selam" is a premiere release from Dead Sea Recordings. From his base in Tel Aviv, Gili Yalo has launched a solo career in a new project that combines Ethiopian roots with soul, funk, psychedelic and jazz music. Gili Yalo, who has collaborated with top music producers Beno Hendler (BalkanBeat Box) and Uri Brauner Kinrot (Boom Pam), incorporates sounds from traditional Ethiopian music into a contemporary music production. The result is an exceptional, rich, vivid melody accompanied by Gili’s unique voice with lyrics in both English and Amharic. "Selam is a prayer and a request for people to be eternally grateful for what they have and for the small things in life. The minute that we realize that we choose our own path in life, is the minute we can choose our own path to happiness." Gili Yalo Follow Gili Yalo here: https://www.giliyalo.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Gili.Yalo/ Gili Yalo: Management - MEM Artists // www.memartists.com Booking - Dan Basman // +972528334315 // [email protected] Executive Producer - Lily DG // +972548069377 // [email protected] Dead Sea Recordings 2017 https://www.facebook.com/dsrtlv/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsykq5WtaoQBbqx-OKE3XwA?view_as=subscriber ℗ Dead Sea Recordings

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6. Transmusicales 2017 / Gili Yalo

  • Published: 2017-12-08T17:19:12Z
  • By C Lab
Transmusicales 2017 / Gili Yalo

Sa musique défend la paix et l'égalité des droits, Gili Yalo, musicien israélien d'origine éthiopienne, a accepté notre invitation. Il a parlé à Thomas de son esthétique musicale et de la ferveur festive des nuits de Tel Aviv.

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7. Gili Yalo - Album Preview

Gili Yalo - Album Preview

Debut album of Gili Yalo released on Dead Sea Recordings November 24th, 2017 buy your digital tracks on iTunes: https://goo.gl/a9yt9K buy your vinyl/ CD: https://goo.gl/EAnSht 10 tracks album of Gili Yalo features the previously released singles "Selam" and "Africa". Gili Yalo combines Ethiopian roots music with a modern touch of jazz and soul. From his base in Tel Aviv, Gili Yalo is launching a solo career in a new project that combines Ethiopian roots with soul, funk, psychedelic and jazz music. Gili Yalo, who has collaborated with top music producers Beno Hendler (Balkan Beat Box) and Uri Brauner Kinrot (Boom Pam), incorporates sounds from traditional Ethiopian music into a contemporary music production. The result is an exceptional, rich, vivid melody accompanied by Gili’s unique voice with lyrics in both English and Amharic. The music made by Gili Yalo embodies his own personal story, which inspired the rhythm and flow of the whole project. And what a story he has to tell: Operation Moses was the covert evacuation of Ethiopian Jews from Sudan during a famine in 1984. These Ethiopian Jews fled from their native land on foot to refugee camps in Sudan. Together with his family, Gili Yalo made this perilous trip, walked through the desert towards the “Promised Land” and sang to his beloved ones. In the course of this exhausting and emotional journey, the music encouraged Gili and his family to keep on moving. Gili Yalo’s band is made up of five musicians, including guitar, bass, keyboard, drums, and trumpet. An entrancing rhythmic motion is apparent when listening to Gili’s music, from the groove, beat and flow, and up to the lyrics, concept and style of the project. Today Gili Yalo’s music gives a new meaning to traditional Ethiopian music. The expression of his story through an Gili Yalo’s debut album is a personal unveiling of the multiple elements of Gili’s musical journey, from his youth, until today. Gili Yalo began writing the songs for his album two years ago coming from a strong desire to express himself and to send out a message to the world - that in order to guide yourself forward you have to carry your roots with you and remember where you came from. Gili Yalo aims to give his audience the opportunity to feel and experience the music as he does. Through this album Gili Yalo has managed to connect his personal history to his current life alongside renowned music producer Uri Brauner Kinrot (Boom Pam) and many talented local musicians who were brought together for this project. Through this album, Gili Yalo reveals a fresh perspective to Ethiopian culture by using his personal musical influences such as James Brown and Mulatu Astatke to blend the sounds of funk and soul with ethio-jazz music. The album, like Africa itself, is a rich patchwork of color and rhythm. The sound is influenced by 70s blues, soul, and funk music with Ethiopian music at the core of the project. 1. Tadese 2. Selam 3. Sam Sam 4. Africa 5. Hot Shot 6. Coffee 7. City life 8. Fire 9. T'ebik'ew 10. New life All songs produced and mixed by Uri Brauner Kinrot Follow Gili Yalo here: www.giliyalo.com/ www.facebook.com/Gili.Yalo/ Gili Yalo: Management - MEM Artists // www.memartists.com Booking - Dan Basman // +972528334315 // [email protected] Executive Producer - Lily DG // +972548069377 // [email protected] Dead Sea Recordings 2017 www.facebook.com/dsrtlv/ www.youtube.com/channel/UCsykq5Wt…iew_as=subscriber ℗ Dead Sea Recordings

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9. Musica Macondo on Jazz FM with Tim Garcia - 27.01.18

Musica Macondo on Jazz FM with Tim Garcia - 27.01.18

Yusef Lateef - Morning Hugh Masekela - Stimela (Coal Train) Gil Scott-Heron - Peace Go With You Brother The Last Poets - Bird's World Triforce - Walls Yelfris Valdés - Grande Oshanla Calibro 35 - Ambienti Alice Coltrane - Turiya and Ramakrishna Nikki Giovanni - Ego Tripping Sons And Daughters Of Lite - Let The Sun Shine In Hello World Choir - Little Dream Sona Jobarteh - Jarabi Hugh Masekela - Afro Beat Blues Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 - Band Man Lighter Banda De Pifanos De Caruaru - Balao Azul Maga Bo - No Balanço da Canoa (Chico Correa Remix) DJ Katapila - African Techno Theon Cross -Brockley Buttering Trio - Star Shroom (Naduve Remnix) Boddhi Satva - Ni An Bagay Ft. David Walters The Survivals - Mr Brother Gili Yalo - Africa www.musicamacondo.com

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10. Memories from Israel // Mixtape

  • Published: 2017-12-11T20:57:36Z
  • By leonsevi
Memories from Israel // Mixtape

This mixtape is a personal compilation and includes; funk, reggea, rap&hiphop, rock, punk and african beat songs which i had been listening to many times when I was living in Israel between 2001-2004 and 2017. Alma Zohar - Shir Ahava İndiani / עלמה זהר - שיר אהבה אינדיאני Tomer Yosef - Al Tatus / תומר יוסף - אל תטוסי Hadag Nahash - Ani Maamin / הדג נחש - אני מאמין Karolina - Happiness / Happiness - קרולינה Gili Yalo - City Life Hoodna Orchestra feat. Demisu Belete - Alem Kutiman - No Groove Where I Come From Kutiman feat. Karolina -Music is Ruling my World Girafot - Mi She Lo Holem, Koes / ג׳ירפות - מי שלא חולם, כועס Mashina - Laila Rakevet / משינה - רכבת לילה KABINET - Cypher / קבינט - סייפר Tuna feat. Nechi Nech - Olam Meshuga / ('טונה - עולם משוגע (מארח את נצ'י נצ Hadag Nahash - BaSalon She Salomon / בסלון של סלומון - הדג נחש Muki - Kulam Medabrim Al Shalom / מוקי - מדברים על שלום Arik Einstein - Erev Shel Shoshanim / אריק איינשטיין - ערב של שושנים

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11. Sandman Project - Royal Family

Sandman Project - Royal Family

Unifying the psychedelic from West African rock with slinky Ethiopian jazz, emboldened with an improvisational vibration, Sandman Project are set to unleash their debut 5 track EP. Consisting of just four band members on guitar, trumpet, bass and drums, the vinyl and digital EP package arrives on October 26th through London based Batov Records. Tal Sandman is the guitarist and leader of the group based in the Arabic district of Tel Aviv, Jaffa. With a name drawn from her deep connection to the earth's elements, the group's sound is purely instrumental and at times evokes the early pioneering spirits of Ethiopian jazz with swirling trumpets climbing up and down a moody Tezeta Ethiopian scale. The African continent is a constant reference within Sandman's repertoire and Tal cites legendary greats such as Mulatu Astatke, Ebo Taylor and Babatunde Otalunji as key influencers. But it's the presence and admiration of artists closer to home that surely tells the bigger picture, namely the saxophonist Abatte Barihun, an Ethiopian Jew who emigrated to Israel in 1999. Sometimes referred to as the Ethiopian John Coltrane, Abatte is one of 150,000 Ethiopian Jews living in Israel. Tal's connection with Abatte was a game-changer. Playing in his ensembles and enjoying a stewardship and intimacy of relationship developed through creating and working together, Tal's dedication to unearthing the roots of Ethiopian music with Abatte also opened up her to new styles of playing guitar from across Africa. Further evidence of the spanning creative influence of Ethiopians living in Israel include the international popularity of Gili Yalo & Ester Rada, the former currently on tour in the States. However, since the organised migration from Ethiopia to Israel began in the '70s, there have been hostitlies in Israel and Gili Yalo recently spoken up about the distrust and violence he encountered growing up there. Against this and the backdrop of the Arab/Israeli conflict, Tal is all too aware of the need for unity in the communities she lives and works in. "My choice to live in Jaffa (Arabic district of Tel Aviv) is because I feel safer and connected to a place where Arabs, both Muslims and Christians, and Jews, live in peace leaving space for everyone to live their lives freely". Tal sees the influence of Arabic culture and music drawn from her many Palestinian conections in Jaffa and elsewhere as integral to her identity as a musician. Evidently the traditional Ethiopiques famed series is a fundamental source and drive for the Sandman Project incarnation, none more so than in the track 'Hamsa' with it's lilting guitar and organ propped up against a dubby rhythm section. Often the music veers to the rockier end of the spectrum and lead single 'Circles' growls with its punk-like, rawness and a bass guitar and kick drum piling the track through. ‘Savannah Trip’ recalls Sun Ra in the Malian desert and will surely appeal to the more jazz inclined as it reaches for mountainous atmospherics only the top end of a guitar fretboard can uncover. To a tuned ear, there will surely be a playfulness to the entire proceedings, a soundtrack for a film yet to be made. With the majority of songs played with only four instruments, the drums and the bass as one layer, the guitar and trumpet as the other, there’s an insistent sense of purpose that could easily be lost with a larger group or production.

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12. Mixed By KerenDun

  • Published: 2018-04-21T06:55:07Z
  • By Raw Tapes
<Raw Tapes Podcast> Mixed By KerenDun

In celebration of 'Record Store Day’ we have an all-vinyl mix from KerenDun. A culture-crossing time-stretching 50-minutes listening experience. Podcast Tracklist: Tatran - White Lies Butterfield Blues Band - Love March Jennifer Lara - A Change Is Gonna Come lbt - Keep Humble Kesarbai Kerkar - Bhairavi: Jaat Kahan Ho Herbie Hancock Sextant - Rain Dance Sefi Zisling - Endz feat. Uzi Ramirez Shlohmo - Parties Buttering Trio - Star Shroom Yudko - So It Goes Madison Mcferrin - No Time To Lose Tree - Darling Esther Ofarim - The Necklace Buttering Trio - Falafel 3421 - Ignore The War Gili Yalo - Selam

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13. 📣La Fabrique de la Nuit n°78 avec le journal Ebdo et Seth XVI

📣La Fabrique de la Nuit n°78 avec le journal Ebdo et Seth XVI

Timecode : 🎧 lecture d'extraits de "Journal de nuit" de Jan Fabre (éditions de l'Arche), tapis sonore : Tamikrest - Wainan Adobat (Mali) 🎧 [INTERVIEW] avec THIBAUT SOLANO, journaliste à EBDO 🎧 plaidoirie de Benjamin 🎧 évasion orientale Gili Yalo - City Life (Tel Aviv) TootArd - Laissez Passer 🎧[INTERVIEW] SETH XVI sort l'EP "Pulp" -All your friends -Domino -How She Goes 🎧 Thomas - Call me by your name 🎧 LIVE ACOUSTIQUE SETH XVI feat. Navid : "Taste of You"; "How She Goes" 🎧 jeu Qui a dit ? 🎧 Saint-Michel – Church

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