Izabo :: One Stop Music for All Media
Izabo, Israel’s best export since ‘The Bible’, are a spoonful of tasty alternative pop – best described as a “brilliant, action packed combination of psychedelic rock, disco, punk and Arabic spices,” or, if they were to name-drop, they are an unlikely cross between Led Zeppelin, the Talking Heads, and Om Koltom.
Featuring high-to-ultra-high vocals, twisting and expressive Arab-flavored guitar work, powerfully funky bass lines, arrogantly catchy keyboards and intense disco beats, Izabo have established themselves as one of Israel’s most absorbing live acts.
Complex and powerful, yet at the same time light and colourful, Izabo’s influences from Eastern Europe wander in to their space and the audience is immediately entranced by a combination of ’70s pop, ”60s psychedelia and ’10s (as in 1910) Istanbul.
Tracks like, ‘Cook Me’, encapsulates the band’s unique, laid-back, yet edgy sound; merging pop, disco and indie rock effortlessly, in turn creating that distinctive Izabo sound. Their growing popularity and impact on the music scene has not gone unnoticed
And now their popularity is growing – if you’ve watched the fourth season of “Orange Is the New Black”, you may have noticed the Netflix drama has an awesome habit of matching its end credits with the theme of the episode.
A wide range of music genres were used in this season’s end credits; from a cute ukulele song with the edgy title “Motherf*cker Got F*cked Up” to an Eminem track featuring Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. Each song seemed to tie into the episode —and they were bang on the money yet again with episode seven’s pick, Izabo’s Cook Me.
Music sets the tone for a lot of things, and it’s always nice when a television show takes advantage of that to tie songs in with the events of an episode.
There’s passion to invent sounds and live among them – undoubtedly the motive that has led Izabo to stylize a sound so clear, so unique. Lots of colour, lots of sugar, pushing forward, organic, rock’n’roll, full momentum Power pop, disco and Asian/Middle Eastern influenced music.
The funkiest band on this side of the planet – This Is IZABO…
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Set the mood right in your TV, Film or Advert with the sounds of Izabo…
- I Like It
- Life Is On My Side
- On My Way
- On Me
- Morning Hero
- I'm On You
- Play With Me
- Tide and Sea
- Are We Good
- Shawarma Hunters
- Boom Boom Boom