Red Axes / 1970 Ep
1. “1970”, the title track, is a dance ballade with an obvious touch of Balearic. Mixing images of soap-ad kids and fighter planes in the video made to it is like mixing lightness and darkness in their music: very natural after all.
3. “Joseph Cookies” samples a masterpiece from New German Wave band Malaria and, while keeping the punk flavour, turns it into a slow anthem for captivated dancers.
Red Axes is a project created by Tel-Aviv based producers and DJs Dori Sadovnik and Niv Arzi.
The duo has been performing together for over 6 years, first as members of the new wave / post punk band Red Cotton. After living in Amsterdam and traveling in Europe, the guys returned to Tel-Aviv and began an underground psychedelic electronic party series called “Break It!”.
In 2009, they established a new vision and concept for all of their artistic endeavors – focusing on house, disco and techno. Several Red Axes EPs came out between 2009 and 2011, on Statra Recordings and Klasse Recordings.
2012 started with “Tour de Chile” EP on I’m a Cliché and continues with an other EP on the same label, “1970”, in addition to remixes and original tracks for La Belle or Clouded Vision. Their work in editing masterpieces and live-performing helped them push their boundaries both as DJs and as producers.
In the Tel Aviv night scene they were booked to play alongside Luciano, Richie Hawtin, Pilooski, just to name a few… Playing in Tokyo in summer 2012 was a step further towards transcontinental recognition.