Alon Tamir – ‘I Was Mad, Now I’m Sorry’ (Feat. Yogev Gabay) [Review]

Imagine where we’d be without experiments. Without theories, tests, trials and errors. Without curiosity and creativity. The world would be a dull place indeed. Just imagine how many scientific discoveries and artistic “eureka!” moments would have been missed.

Now listen to this track. Thanks to the efforts of creative people the world over, we get to have experiences like this. How awesome is that?!

To our ears, this tune blends the vibes present in the work of Dominic Miller, Alex Machacek, Steve Vai, Mike Keneally, and Tosin Abasi into a familiar yet fundamentally fresh sound. Surreally immersive and inspiringly inventive, I Was Mad, Now I’m Sorry captures the temporarily endless oceans of ambivalence that relationships of all kinds drop us all into, sooner or later. Alon Tamir needs to keep experimenting; with this track and his previous effort Terraforming, he’s clearly onto something special.

Links / Video

Alon Tamir on Facebook

Also check out Tamir’s work with Project RnL & Key of the Moment.

For more Yogev Gabay, check out Distorted Harmony and Anakdota.

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Posted on 11 May 2014

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