Soundman, producer, record-collector and music researcher. Half of the Radio-Trip dou and a member of The Apples band. Among his many ventures, in partnership with Kalbata he is the creator of the continent-crossing "Congo Beat the Drum". Recently founded the label MonaTone. Here to juggle the gramophones and the hearts.
Ravid Plutnik, AKA Nechi Nech, is one of Israel's most well known and beloved artists, born from the underground, working his way up from album to album, one small venue to the next, for the past 7 years.
His work is a mix of autobiographical lyrics, dark and personal storytelling with a political edge, laced with humor, criticism, depth and endless charisma. Ravid has released five albums to date. His latest album -
"And now for the entertainment" was released last July with two sold out Amphi Shuni gigs.
The boiling-hot trap-soul witch from Manchester lands in the festival in her prime, after a summer full of the biggest festivals (Glastonbury, Lollapalooza and Sziget). The 23 year-old IAMDDB (Diana de Brito) of Portuguese-Angolan heritage, stands in the frontline of a new wave of artists reviving and redefining British hip-hop.
Anton Newcomb (Brian Johnstown Massacare), Emmanuelle Seigner (Ultra Orange & Emanuelle), Lio and Marie Limiñana (The Limiñanas) super-group.
A perfect blend of futuristic nostalgia comes out of the first three songs in this elite summit meeting, a short second before their debut album "Diabolique" is out.
The established psychedelia juggler meets The Limiñanas cool pop meet up with rockstar-actor-femme-fatale Emmanuelle Seigner and the result is a black and white film on the Paris-Newport line, innocence of the experienced and intentional ambiguity.
The Negev desert is the second location world-wide to host L'Épée in their debut world tour.
The godfather of Israeli alternative music that brought the edge into Israeli mainstream. Even after 40 years of making music, he’s still fresh, creating and developing new music.
The Haim sisters haven’t looked back since their unforgettable show in the festival 5 years ago and have since conquered every possible stage around the world. Now they are back to come full circle at Mitzpe Gvulot with a new album - “Bayti Fi Rasi” (My Home is in My Head).
Caribbean-space-Afro-disco might be the closest way to define the hot Dutch gang that elegantly incorporates every Caribbean/Afro/Latin musical genre. The gang will make the Negev Desert a bouncing Caribbean oasis.
A living legend landing in Mizpe Gvulot all the way from Kingston, Jamaica! One of the founding fathers of roots reggae, an unstoppable sound around the world in the last five decades. Even at 74, Max Romeo doesn’t stop and is expected to release an album this upcoming year filled with messages of peace and brotherhood.
Among the top artist in the Israeli beats scene, featuring Echo. After listening to their new single we can't wait for this hot feature.
One of the most prominent voices (and sounds) of Israeli indie in the last decade is back in the inDnegev, accompanied by the Future Shock gang and featuring another big voice - Gilad Kahana, The Giraffes leading man. Garage-rock spiced up with surf and psychedelia, with a topping of texts dripping with pure sencerity and bare honesty.
A highly appreciated veteran in Israeli music, born and raised around the block from Mitzpe Gvulot with music that might just be the soundtrack of a whole region. Back to the festival with a band of eleven, for a new and very-much anticipated show.
The glam-punk-stoner-vibez project straight out of Udi Naor’s oven, The Angelcy’s drummer, who released a hypnotizing EP this past year. A show that's just one long trip of a complete hipster.
The Belgian-Nigerian power-trio is part of the beautiful wave of Tuareg music taking over the world. With their new album, "Black Tenere", it seems like no one could better bring the Saharan blues to the Israeli Negev desert.
The punk sensation that made us look for our old Panini's football cards in our parents’ houses. Plenty of dust in the air expected all along the show.
The vetran artist will perform in the festival for the first time after releasing her latest album “Zman HaTapuz” in cooperation with Tom Darom and Tamir Muskat much appreciated by critics across the board.
After years of shows and radio playings accepted with a big hug throughout Israeli society, Tsabari is here with a new band and new songs in line for the fresh album on the way.
The exciting duo from Santiago, Chile, blends Andian root music with contemporary electronic sound. The group’s shows, that incorporate acoustic instruments as well as live electronics are a deep mystical dive, the perfect soundtrack for unwinding under desert skies. Recently released a new single and are about to come out with a highly-expected new album.
For the first time in Israel, the electronic music label from Paris presents three of its biggest DJs/producers, the creme de la creme of the French-House and Alt-dance music - Myd, Breakbot and Irfane that will transform the inDtronix stage into an exciting Parisian club.
A member of the GCG737 collective releasing fresh and coming trap music. His album “Shirei Dikaon” got a lot of attention from the industry and local scene.
The group brings together a dozen musicians from different backgrounds, motivated by their shared love of the musical tradition of north Africa, featuring Amir Benayoun.
What started out as experimental jam sessions in a smoky basement in Berlin evolved to be a world engulfing musical creation out of the mouth of a three-headed monster - Rejoicer, Beno and KerenDun. Beats, groove, analogic sound in this special production made the butterers' music heard all over the world.
Monica Sex’s lead singer celebrating 20 years for “Sus”, his first solo album, with the original group that recorded it.
One of the most prominent indie-pop bands in Israel recently that gained plenty of mileage throughout the globe, signing with the super-label "Universal". Their new single "Echoes" from the album in the making is already all over the radio in Israel and around the world.
Carousella’s lead, out with a solo project and a new album coming out this next year, with a lot of guitars and rock’n’roll energies.
One of the very few alternative artists that made his way to the heart of Israeli mainstream without losing an ounce of musical integrity or humanity. Complexity and simplicity, ease and lightness that come forth in every bit of the beautiful music.
The intruiging group from Liverpool, signed with Domino Records label (alongside Arctic Monkeys, Blood Orange and many others), is coming to Israel for the first time, after two albums that swept away the holy grails of world indie (Pitchfork, for example), as well as crazy shows in England and all over Europe.
DJ Danny McLewin will arrive at Gvulot as part of his Psychemagic project, created in collaboration with Tom Coveney. This vinyl collector will come for a set presenting his super-mixing-powers playing hidden musical treasures as well as eternal tracks.
After earning a place of honor even in the Israeli mainstream, conjoining Rock’n’roll and the golden age of Mizrahi vocals, Liron Amram is back with the Panthers to win over Mitzpe Gvulot.
The red man and the talented ensemble he works with that electrify every stage they stumble on to, are back to shake the desert.
After their debut album and successful tours around the globe, the group is back to Gvulot with new materials from another album in the making.
The dynamic and intuitive instrumental trio, with sounds influenced by jazz, funk, hardcore rock and psychedelic music.
Started out as Teapacks’ vocalist and after numerous shows with the band, has recently released a tight and powerful debut album.
A project that came to be by a random meeting in a working-in-heights seminar in an abandoned warehouse in Jaffa. Tamako and Bobo find Hebrew gems and give them the perfect twist to make them danceable. Playing an eclectic set each on their own and the both together including music and grooves from all over the globe.
A fresh project off the Berlin-Tel Aviv line. Delicate beat-electronics, downtempo and bongos with a giant disco-funk soul.
After a very active year, including the release of two wonderful albums, the psychedelic-rock gang has nothing left to do but own inDnegev’s stage with guitars, bass, keyboards and drums.
The dream-pop group incorporating different shoegaze and delicate electronics influences. About to release their third EP this year.
Lefty and Jesos play garage rock with guitar and drums, here with new materials from the up and coming EP.
The Jerusalem based cult group is back to perform in the festival. Badass Rock’n’roll as always, with a fresh new album.
Moti Landsman is here to play ethnic music on low, high and deep beats combined with melodies all the way from the Mahgreb to the Levant.
The super-producer and instrumentalist Chaim Laroz, that hasn’t skipped over any project or genre of Israeli music, is out with a new deep-house and techno project with his well-known Laroz-y sound.
Guitars, bass and drums in their low-fi vibes. The group released their brilliant fourth album “כ”, based on Berlin raw materials and lyrics written in a hot month in the south of Spain, all blended together in a humid-summer-day-on-Salame-road production.
Tom Shadmy and Guy Hajaj’s successful party line. Electronics that blow your mind but don’t fuck with it, the kind where you can sing and lift your hands up instead of staring at the floor. They’re here to explode on the dancefloor with Chemical Brothers, Draft Punk, LCD Soundsystem and a bunch of other lunatics.
The world-renowned singer of North African music, connects the spirit of her mothers to the cosmopolitan scene in a new musical production by Amit Hai Cohen. With Tal Avraham on the trumpet and Gal Maestro on the doublebass, together they create an intimate and energetic sound, melding electro-tribal beats from the Atlas Mountains with women’s voices from transit camps, infused with melodies of jazz, liturgical poems and hip hop.
A new and promising voice, about to release a folk album in Zach Drori’s production, after having played with a number of different groups throughout the years.
A power group of 15 superstars making psychedelic 70's funk that George Clinton and the rest of Funkadelic's members wouldn’t only be unashamed to create but probably very proud of. Love and Vibes.
Creating modern psychedelic space-rock, spiced up with hot synths and existential ponderings, coming to the festival with a new album they are about to release.
The Ashdod-based hip hop group that broke into the Isreali rap music scene about a year ago with a unique sound and fresh energies. Performing in Gvulot to celebrate their album coming out soon.
The Tel-Avivi techno line hits the inDtronix tent, hosting another acclaimed techno line - the Kok Schok. Soussana and Dina up on the set.
The result of what could happen if pirates would create a new Middle-East - pirate songs with Mediterranean vibes.
Na’ama Hacohen and Tomer Bitan’s new project produced by Tito. An electronic-beats project bringing to the stage some of Pat Parker’s poems, the acclaimed Afro-American poet and activist.
Benamo and Aylo’s duo, drums and guitar with problem-in-outer-space vibes while fogo is on.
Activist Barak Cohen, well-known for his uncompromising beef with the Israeli banking system, is here to perform music he created throughout his fights that are an inseparable part of them. The song "Rekez Meida" even gave him the pleasure of indictment (still in the working).
One of the most active DJs in the Tel-Aviv and Israeli scene. A Romano resident and much respected guest in any other club. This year he’s releasing an album with his band (The Levantines) and another EP with the German label Aiwo.
A blog/sound that started out in 2015 dedicated souly to music from Africa. Between reports and mixtapes, Adam Rotbard, Ofir Blum, and Shira Shudron play everything Africa has to offer - starting with 70's Afrobeat in Nigeria and all the way to fresh and electrifying Afro House rhythms from the south of the continent, everything new and happening goes through this blog’s radar.
An electronic duo, up and running since 2017 by Mark East and Michael Guy.
The avant-garde sax-drum duo (Yotam Coman and Ami Shalev), usually performing anywhere between art galleries and retirement homes, is an insane sweaty mess of energy capable of realizing Bazooka Joe’s fortunes.
The female-punk-duo from Haifa, coming to be mad and scream about stuff.
Ran Yeshuron and Meital Ella’s legendary duo finally hits inDnegev. The guitars and drums, distortions and effects are a known secret of whoever’s in business.
Despite his young age, this rapper, part of the Lod-based hip hop group ZooLod, has already performed on every stage in the state. Now arriving with his new album - Negus.
Musician and producer, she is here to celebrate her first album "Everything Happens Only Once". A fascinating mix of new electronic music, authentic traditional instruments from the Far East and revealing lyrics all wrapped up with her hypnotizing voice.
The afro-elctro trio led by bass-player Alon Carmeli. A electrifying mixture of beats and breaks, oriental melodies, smaples, a bit of gibberish and, most importantly, plenty of groove.
One of the busiest and most outstanding rock'n'roll groups in Israel, led by the unique, jaw-dropping vocalist Gal De Paz.
Ella Daniel's (a.k.a Black Betty) new group. New songs served from within the body of an alive and kicking jazz and hip hop crew.
Amir Sadot and Ilan Smilan's project, making Middle-Eastern music with deep influences from psychedelic funk and surf. In other words - back to the 70's in Jaffa port. After the success of their first single in cooperation with the Japanease singer Yurika, the band is cooking up a new album, in cooperation with local singers.
The energetic 12-member ensemble led by percussionist and producer Idan K. The Movement of Rhythm represent music that includes hybrids between electronic and Afrobeat, mixing up African rhythms, house, Latin, punk and reggae, and creating a sound rooted deep in the traditions these musicians come from.
The veteran band plays original folklore music, that takes its time and pace from the gospel prayer houses, holy trumpets, Chinese calligraphy, as well as the staggering of owls on a high tree at night and the bright blooming of the evening star above them. A new sound with ancient vibes, rolling along from generation to generation.
A folk group that seems to live the essence of its name, with music that sounds like an enchanted forest, inspired by psychedelic-folk groups from the 60's, gypsy music, English acid-folk and South American music.
Singer and composer, created with her group a new and uniqe sound. Together they go on a mystical overseas sound journey with afro rhythms and soft vocals, that will let you float in a meditative atmosphere.
Living up to their namesake, Abu Disco play tunes between the well-known and the marginal, sophistication and simplicity.
The veteran DJ, in the scene since 1999 (!), playing music that comes from all around the world and goes straight to the heart.
Guitar punk and wonderful noise. Bending the imagination with tales of fashion, monsters and demons, growing up and horrible villains.
Singer-songwriter spreading what she calls "existential pop", accompanied by a new group on their way to a new album to be released the next winter. Its first single already out gained plenty of hearings and appreciation throughout the web.
An independent label dedicated to roots reggae and dub music founded in 2012 by brothers Asaf and Ilan Smilan. This Live Dub set will be mixed on the stage by Asaf Smilan, including one-time mixes from the label's catalouge with some of the biggest reggae artists such as Cornel Campbell, Linval Thompson, Ranking Joe and more.
Ohad Cosmos, Uri OneAway and Dor Velan's legendary soundsystem. Roots raggae, dub and steppers. A musical journey in low frequencies deep into the world of roots raggae and it's influence and messages.
Soundsystem and label from Montpellier, France, led by selekta Roots Arnaud. Here for a meditative session of roots and culture featuring I Jah Salomon.
Singer-rapper from Tel-Aviv with music influenced by pop-punk, hip hop and alternative. Damsel is the founder of Ashen, a performance line at the Radio E.P.G.B , usually hosting unique genre bending performers in the hip hop and underground scences.
Architect by day, rapper by night, together with the man and the trumpet these two play with beats and grooves starting from Afro-Cuban percussions and all the way to free jazz and hip hop.
Zohar Ginzburg, Dani Ever-Hadani, Roni Tal and Gadi Peter's new group. A new voice of fun and easygoing music with serious and self-humoristic texts dealing with everyday lives of 30-something year-old women. Influenced by surf, punk, garage and The Crotches.
Psychedelic rock'n'roll revival, straight from Haight Street in San Francisco and the Fillmore East. A 60's-esque musical journey, on point and mind-expanding. Recently the band released it's debute album: "Set The Uprising" and earned new believers who missed the sweet cranked old-school sound. Get ready with your oldman's bellbottoms and tie-dye shirts for a massive sandstorm round InDNegev!
A hip hop party bomb from the Rebel Sun's manufacturing line (Lucille Crew, Coolooloosh) and Grammy award-winning producer David Mean Barrows, currently in Tel Aviv, after working with Boston's hip hop giants and labels like Dr. Dre's Aftermath.
DJ and music producer from Tel Aviv. Lily is interested in a wide range of music styles and enjoys skipping between places, times and colours, creating a story of emotions and thoughts that has no boundaries of space and time.
Equipped with the soundsystem he built, bringing music inspired by reggae and dancehouse beats with world music and tribal-trans sounds that'll make you bounce.
Electro binge, Playing the best fresh current music from the Arab world. Deep exotic bass lines and Mediterranean adventures.
Moroccan soul music. After travelling the globe, singing on stages from Morocco all the way to Italy, she's about to release her debut album produced by Ori Winokur and celebrate it with us in Gvulot with a powerful act.
An Israeli-Brazilian artist who's been around ever since the Sao Paulo punk scene of the 80's. Part of Red Axes family for the past decade and the voice behind many of their tracks, with an album he released under their label, Garzen Records.
The most notable scratcher in the rap and hip hop scenes in Israel, who worked with artists across the board, and is now one of the owners of the Shigola Records label, is here form an upgraded set of hip hop without an expiration date.
Resident DJ at Alphabet, PAG and open air party line E-Boded. Known for his eclectic DJing style which is deeply rooted in house music, while heavily influenced by disco, funk and percussions.
Countryside instrumental bash, electrified with high energies, local and sincere soul music with the kind of pure groove to be found only on the coastline of the Mediterranean.
Coming from the world of global beat, with a big love for bass, happy electropical with Afro house, hip hop and a good amount of funk.
The first soundsystem in Zion, established by Ras Congo 15 years ago. 12Tribes deliver roots and dub with live instrumentals and vocals. Congo, the man and the roots, comes with organic farming vibes, conscience and unity with his hands full of vinyls and vitamins for the body and soul.
Psychedelia sung in Hebrew with accustic guitar. Featuring Ben Golan for the show.
Coming full of love for the rhythm and power of the sounds, serving a set of roots and steppers with tunes gathered between Jamaica and Zion, the profane and the holy. Featuring guests along the set.
The psychogagi duo of Hadar Levi (Hafasulia) on guitar and Aviv Maintzer on drums. Massive grooves and intense riffs making the mind fly out to Mars, then to Pluto and all the way back.
Another project out of Nissan Cohen and Itamar Brill's oven (Pele Ozen). Low-fi rap that has been cooking up for years and sounds exactly like the sessions that led to it – cigarettes, beats, coffee, singing, cigarettes, rap and cigarettes again.
Generally known as Shlanda, the romantic organ player, the founder of the indie label Toybear and a RPS Surfer. Local surf expert and owner of one of the most eclectic record collections in the state, including mostly forgotten 50's and 60's genres. The perfect man for a morning set in the festival.
The artist with a thousand hats and projects (Uzi Navon, Geshem, 3421, Trillion, PlayDead and many more) lands in the inDnegev’s soundsystem with his DJ hat on for an exclusive set including materials not yet released, debuting here.
InDseker winners! Folk with spacy sounds, groove, harmony and the heart.
Gvulot’s residents are back for another legendary back to back. Sets that spin across the globe and travel time, free of tags and stereotypes. Get your Shazams ready!
Moshe Didi and Tomer Yehieli’s project, creating dub that mixes Jamaica, Africa and Yemen. Original beats together with live instrumentals (like the West-African traditional Kora and N'goni).
A normal DJ. member of the Raash Records family. Morally and conscientiously flexible.