bio

“Dialgo – different, diverse, and definitely intriguing.”  - Ayelet Dekel, Midnight East. 
Dialgo (formed 2015, Israel) is a Psychedelic Afro-Jazz band, with influences running from Afrobeat, Psychedelic rock to Fusion, Ethno jazz and many more. Based in the effervescent musical hub of Tel-Aviv, the four-piece offers a unique blend of driving ethnic grooves and jazz, wrapped with rich and impactful psychedelic ambience, to create the band’s unique sound.

For the past 3 years they have released an EP and a Full LP album called “Stranger Things”, after replacing a bass player and recently adding a sax player to the equation. They played a lot of major festivals and venues in Israel during the past year, alongside major Israeli bands like Tiny Fingers, Tatran and Hoodna Orchestra.
Dialgo’s music is based on improvisation and energy, that later translates to compositions. "We try to bring ethnic music cultures from Africa, the middle east and even eastern europe to meet with the urban, futuristic, psychedelic sounds of Jazz."

Even though each member of the group had his own separate way in life, they intersected through music, and found a way to complete each other musically. Their playing style is influenced by many genres, including artists such as Badbadnotgood, Tatran, Daniel Zamir, Fela Kuti, Avishai Cohen, King Crimson and more…

Daniel Harlev - Bass
Or Alperin - Drums
Guy Levinberg - Guitar
Eitan Rudman - Saxophone




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