MusicHi, welcome to my blog. I'm a musician from Tel Aviv and I sometimes write about the music that inspires me in some way, cross genre. Stick around and please do visit my Soundcloud page to listen. Enjoy, Yair Yona.
Tag Archives: Tindersticks
Back in early 2000, when my first encounter with the term ‘post-rock’ happened, I didn’t realize how you can make post something, that literally happens in the here and now. So I looked it up and discovered that the press … Continue reading
“In the beginning there was nothing but it was kind of fun watching nothing grow” Those lines open the magnificent Lee Hazelwood album “Requiem For an Almost Lady” of 1971. Those lines also open the album that we’re about to … Continue reading
“These days, you don’t call a thief “a thief”, you call him “a designer” (Jonathan Geffen, Tel Aviv, sometime in the 70’s) He was right. It’s the small semantic differences that can turn a potential to something completely different: all … Continue reading