Muzarco

Born in Jerusalem, Tal Shoshani grew up in the 1980s to the sound of Electro pop, starting to tinker with music production software in his teens and creating music influenced by early 90s Acid Techno. As the 90’s drew to a close he was involved in the underground electronic music scene in Israel, releasing his first EP of Electronica inspired by the likes of Aphex Twin, FSOL, and Boards of Canada. This was followed by a period focusing on electro-house, DJing, remixing and releasing music under the acronym K300, with one track being remixed by Guy Gerber. In 2005 Tal moved to Tel-Aviv and built his studio, packed it with the analogue synthesizers whose sounds defined his taste during those early years. A remix for Ran Shani on Big Love saw the birth of Muzarco as an artist and he has since had numerous releases on labels as Punch Music, Lost & Found to start with.
His tracks were remixed by artists as Hernan Cattaneo, John Tejada, Guy J, Marc Marzenit, Alessio Mereu & Roland M. Dill
With a rich musical background and a sense for warm and colorful sound crafting, this sonic soul searcher brings into techno his unmistakable signature: emotion.
Muzarco’s work at the studio invokes the soul out of machines and transforms on the floor into an intoxicating, electrifying, emotional experience.