Tiny Fingers

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Tiny Fingers combine post-rock, live electronics, dubstep, psychedelia and groove, forming a powerful, super-intensive musical mix. With broken beats, unique guitar playing, fat bass and fresh synthesized sounds, they integrate the messy intensity of rock music with the ecstasy of electronic raves, creating a thick, unrelenting sound trip.

An emerging festival favorite both in its home base of Israel and abroad, their live act is a mind blowing experience of futuristic sounds and visual, leaving the sweaty fans begging for more. This has led them to be handpicked to open for The Mars Volta and showcase for the highly regarded closing party of Brooklyn Vegan during CMJ 2012 in New York.

The band’s debut album, “Massive Fingers Spacetrip”, was released in 2011 to critical acclaim. It was quickly followed by “Foreign Telegrams” in 2012, written and recorded during one intense session and receiving even more praise than its predecessor (“One of the top 10 Israeli albums of the year” – Ha’aretz). Later that year Tiny Fingers released “Megafauna”, an album comprised solely of one long instrumental live set. Recently they issued their 4th release, titled “We Are Being Held By The Dispatcher”,

“one of the highlights of the festival, a powerful, tight, proggy post-rock assault”

– Brooklyn Vegan

“a brilliant dose of post-rock and electronic sounds with grooves the size of the Grand Canyon”

– Cougar Microbes

“an explosive mixture”

– BBC