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D.M.T Records


Rami Moscovich

"Organic and cerebral kind of chill… minimal and tasteful playing. That kind of controlled atmospheric picking is harder than it seems. It takes a real talent to know what not to play...tone and delivery that matched the beautifully understated instrumentation… float into the track meditating on a theme of existential ennui"
Bob Smith, The Static Dive, about VACANT


"Warm dreamy sound, influenced by the Slowcore, ambience and Dreampop scenes"
Skope Magazine, about "First Frost" remix, released by Cudighi records


Floaty dreamy ambient electronica that seems to flow with no end and no beginning, an deep existential journey moving in an ever expanding cycle, falling down a rabbit hole walking down the same path again and again yet never passing the same place twice.

Rami is a strong believer in the power of music to transcend the listener through space and time. In this powerful yet minimal intuitive creation he combines electronic and live instruments to create his introversive vision, creating loops that grow and flow in an a-symmetrical manner creating patterns that echo inside, feeling familiar yet new, in constant motion. This process gave birth to Capsules, 6 musical pieces, whose names derive from the actual field recordings (a flock of doves sitting on his window) made during the creation process.


Capsules - preview

Rami Moscovich is a well-known multi-disciplinary musician and producer in the Tel Avivian  ambient music scene, founder of the electro dreampop band Angelic Circus, and electro rock band Ahafuz Amechani.For the two years, Rami had been working with musician, guitarist and producer - Zoe Polansky (Young Bloods Record Label) who has been supporting his solo act as an artistic advisor. The first result of this collaboration was the EP Vacant - released in 2019, including a cover version of Neil Young's My My Hey Hey, received wide praise and radio play. CAPSULES is his second EP Released by Canadian electronic music label – DMT Records.

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