US indie band Why returns to Tel Aviv

Led by quirky Yoni Wolf, Why skirts along the blurred boundaries folk, rap and indie rock.

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March 3, 2010 06:44
US indie band Why returns to Tel Aviv

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Following their well-received show here last year, the California indie band Why is returning to Tel Aviv for a concert at The Barby club on April 29.

Led by quirky Yoni Wolf, Why skirts along the blurred boundaries folk, rap and indie rock.

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Formed in 2002, the trio has released a handful of well received albums including last year’s Alopecia. Their upcoming tour is in support of the band’s newly released Eskimo Snow, and of drummer – and Yoni’s brother – Josiah Wolf’s first solo album Jet Lag.

The show will be opened by Fog, fronted by Andrew Broder, Wolf’s former partner in electronic side trip Hymie’s Basement.

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