Tel Aviv-based producer & pop renegade Noga Erez has announced the release of ‘RADAR Reworked’; featuring tracks from her 2017 debut album ‘Off The Radar’ reworked with Israel’s esteemed Camerata Orchestra, as well as one brand new track. The collection is set for release on February 22nd via City Slang and today she shares the video for ‘Worth None (Reworked).’
Celebrated artist Shlomi Shaban invited Noga Erez to do a concert with Jerusalem’s Camerata Orchestra. The goal was to make an unconventional marriage between classical and contemporary artists, arranging the tracks with respected orchestrator, Eugene Levitas. The event took place on December 2nd 2018 at Tel Aviv’s prestigious Performing Art Center and was captured on film and recorded for this special release.
“We weren’t looking to change the songs from my debut album” explains Erez “but were seeking to wrap them in a new, brighter gown, that will elevate the existing sounds and give it a shiny and majestic feel.”
Noga Erez burst onto the scene with ‘Off The Radar’ in 2017, winning acclaim across the globe. While the music she makes in collaboration with her partner and co-writer, composer and producer Ori Rousso, exploits many of the more physical, dynamic elements of electronic music, it also embraces a cerebral sensitivity that’s made her one of her home city’s most exciting, idiosyncratic artists. The grainy textures and potent atmospheres forged with her synths and ingenious beats bravely straddle genres.
Her 2018 standalone singles “Bad Habits” and “Cash Out” saw her continuing to forge a path of uncompromising and unpredictable, gritty, truth-seeking alt-pop and ‘’RADAR Reworked’ draws a line in the sand, ready for new work to follow later in 2019.