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Peace Maker

Peace Maker

Peace Maker


Behind the project Peace Maker, stands two brothers, Tal (37) and Idan (25) Edi, from the city Beer Sheva, Israel. At the early 90's when the Goa Trance movement was starting to grow up in Israel and around the world, Tal discovered the exiting experience in Goa Trance music by visiting at underground and open air events. Tal started to collect Goa Trance music and during the year 1997 he traveled the world and in his visit in Australia he got the opportunity to play a DJ set at a friend's party Read more on Last.fm
Behind the project Peace Maker, stands two brothers, Tal (37) and Idan (25) Edi, from the city Beer Sheva, Israel. At the early 90's when the Goa Trance movement was starting to grow up in Israel and around the world, Tal discovered the exiting experience in Goa Trance music by visiting at underground and open air events. Tal started to collect Goa Trance music and during the year 1997 he traveled the world and in his visit in Australia he got the opportunity to play a DJ set at a friend's party, since then he played all around Australia and Israel. In the early 2000, Tal establishes his first studio and started to produce his music. During that time he went to study sound technician and performed around Israel. Idan exposed to electronic music in the end of the 90's. He was into Rock and Ethnic music and discovered Trance through his older brother Tal and was introduced to the new sound and new generation of Psychedelic Trance music, influenced by artists such as Astral Projection, Man With No Name, Cosma, Jaia, and more. Idan played as a DJ at local clubs in Israel, after 3 years service in the Israeli army he went for two years of sound technician's studies, learning sound and music, he joined Tal and they started to create music together and founded Peace Maker. Peace Maker project established during 2007, the guys decided that they should join forces on creating music together, to develop a unique and different sound. Peace Maker music can be described as Psychedelic Full On, powerful, with major influences from different aspects of genres, Techno, Electro House, Rock, Classical, Ethnic, and more.

In the last 3 years Peace Maker as developed their style and sound production, creating a style that can be described as their own trade mark! Psychedelic full on trance, uplifting grooves trough major influence from Electro House and Techno, using all this in creating something different, emotional and sophisticated. Peace Maker have already released music on a variety of top international labels such as : Planet B.E.N Records, Y.S.E Records, Millennium Records and performed live in countries such as Austria, Sweden, Italy, Germany, Israel and moreā€¦ On 2009 Peace Maker released their debut album "Everyone Equal" on Phantasm Rec. which was a big success and spread their music around the world. They also released remixes such as: Sun Project - I Feel (Peace Maker RMX) which was released on Sun Project's remixes album, U-Recken & Nitro - Eternity which become one of the biggest dance floor hits around the world, and received major support from well known international DJ's. Their track "New Goa Tec" was released on "The Time Is Now", a compilation by Pain Killer from Nutek Rec. These days both Tal and Idan are working on spreading their sound, spending most of their time working at the studio creating and improving their sound and style. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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