Infected Mushroom to host Matisyahu

Internationally renowned psychedelic trance giants returning home for special show in TA.

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January 27, 2010 23:13
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Local heroes Infected Mushroom, the internationally renowned psychedelic trance giants, are returning home for a special show on February 11 at the Tel Aviv Exhibition Center in honor of their new album Legend of the Black Shawarma.

"The Infected Experience," in the framework of Club Seat, will see the Los Angeles-based outfit hosting both hassidic reggae man Matisyahu and local rock legends Friends of Natasha in various musical collaborations.

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"It's our privilege to take on the repertoire of Friends of Natasha and we're really excited by Arkady Duchin's reaction of spontaneity and energy toward the project," said Infected Mushroom's Amit Duvdevani.

Following the two-hour show, home-grown but internationally acclaimed mega-DJ Astrix will take over for a dance party for the rest of the night.

Tickets are available at www.hadran.co.il

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