Listening Post

We’ve just discovered Tel Aviv’s Noga Erez and her debut single for City Slang, ‘Dance While You Shoot’

Watch the new video from the Tel Aviv artist, where the colour pink represents evil

Noga Erez is the latest signing to Berlin-based label City Slang. She’s from Tel Aviv, and while her homeland is central to her music, this video for ‘Dance While You Shoot’ was filmed in Kiev.

It’s a cinematic short, where the colour pink represents evils of the world, particularly oppression. It takes comparisons to MIA further than the music, although MIA could have definitely done with ‘Dance While You Shoot’ on this year’s ‘AIM’.

Of her track,Noga Erez says: “You can’t live without the government that ensures your basic needs, but at the same time takes your money, keeps you in the dark about the real, important matters that affect your life directly, while drowning you in manipulative media, ignorance and bureaucracy.”

She plays the following European dates this month

NOV. 23           LONDON, UK               XOYO +
NOV. 24           LONDON, UK               Paper Dress Vintage
NOV. 29           BERLIN, DE                  Beat Geeks Party @ Monarch
NOV. 30           BERLIN, DE                  Lido +
DEC. 2             PARIS, FR                      Élysée Montmartre #

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