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The concept behind Voxatone is very simple: exploring the sound qualities of vintage instruments with “vox” in their name. The first result is an otherworldly meeting between the 1950s Univox keyboard, the 60s Vox Continental organ and the 80s Soviet Polivoks synthesizer. Recorded at Mazkeka Studios, Jerusalem, with Elia Yakin on drums (the only “non-vox” instrument involved), Shay and Markey are joined by Estonia’s man of many hats, Misha Panfilov, on Vox Phantom bass for two groovy psych cuts: the mid-tempo mind-bender “Figure I.108” and the upbeat floor-stormer “Figure III.122” – on the flip.

Figure I​.​108​/​Figure III​.​122 released on Delights, Jerusalem.