Album no. 2. Available on Bandcamp.
artwork: Pavel Postovoit
Of music and other bad habits (like the pursuit of happiness, for example). Produced at Risotto studios, with my sound-mentor, Shai Saadia. Features the outstanding vocals of anglevoice Elie Schoenfeld, heart-wringer Nadia Schleicher and mind-blaster Noa Zilberman.
Album no. 1. Available on Bandcamp.
artwork: Ken Goshen
It's a weird, impatient, steam-choked world out there. Features the voices of Duvid Swirsky (Hamoshav Band, Distant Cousins) and Hadara Levin.
Music on moving pictures. Clips by AJLA and Dor Raz.
"I don't know what's coming now - and it's freaking me out."
You're Like Bad TV, the first single from GOOD APPLIED TO PEOPLE.
A tribute to our (abortive?) pursuit of happiness, and to the incredible Pharrell Williams.
My, as of yet, only song in Hebrew. Of the the unflagging gloom of Jerusalem.
TRACKS ON SOUNDCLOUD
Selected tracks and drafts.
Adaam James Levin - Areddy
The guy with too many names
Self-taught pianist, music maker and verbophile.
After composing scores for film and theater, Adaam James has produced two albums of original indie-rock-ish music. He is currently working on a third with his NY-based band, LOST AMSTERDAM.
Slyly, his dangerously addictive melodies veer from the delicate to the explosive, his lyrics from the fragile to the acerbic.
Adaam James completed a Master's in journalism at Columbia University and currently works at CNN, New York. He freelances for PrimeMind and Haaretz.
He's notably zealous about coffee and irony.