Musician/producer based in Tel­-Aviv, Israel






Electronic musician/producer. Guitarist in Avaq


Of his bewitching productions, designed to immerse listeners and take them from the real to the unspeakable (sometimes tormented) dreams, we will remember one essential thing: they haunt more than they are listened to. Not that they scratch the eardrums, on the contrary! But just like the tubesque and dark melodies of Massive Attack or The Chemical Brothers, a musical heritage which the young producer claims without complex, his songs, clever mixes of organic beats and synthetic sounds, are not intended to dissolve in the random playlists that abound on Youtube. They are there to disturb, to inhabit those who listen. And this desire is also found in the care given to the aesthetics of the clips: sometimes epileptic until exhaustion, sometimes hazy and throbbing. -- Brain Magazine
With ‘Show Me the Way’ you can expect a driving force of a track. Tahel‘s overlapping vocals sound spine-tingling – the track ends in a monster electro-synth, which blows you away. -- Data Transmission
Every now and then, a record comes across our desk that really stands out, this being one of them. There's a lot going on, with so many influences melding together to create a track that's hard to pinpoint or even describe. -- Magnetic Magazine
Developing a colossal international audience, there's something about his music that cuts through, fusing the modern with the classic. -- Clash Magazine
In what is an almost perfect combination of RnB choruses and groovy indie electro, Gidon Schocken’s track “Sunn” ft. Afik Doari is that kind of track that will compel to fans of multiple genres and styles of music. -- Too Much Love Magazine
The Israel-based artist does a great job of bringing in art and dance to illustrate his lyrics—and while it may be a little too dark for the lighthearted, it’s important to see what beautiful and cerebral art is being created around the world. It’s why we are here after all. -- Leftbank Magazine
For a few minutes, while listening to this addictive gem, I thought I got back in Bristol, mid-90’s era, when the trip-hop genre blossomed. -- Last Day Deaf



  • Production / Composing for Film & Dance / Recording / Mixing & Mastering / Remixing