Earlier today they confirmed the booking of the band – and oh boy what a booking!
The israeli trio have made blogs from all over the world jump up and down, and even impressed major Pitchfork who wrote:
“There are about as many words of discernible English on any of the mbv songs as there are on The World’s opener “Odisea.” The message can be Babelfished, and the medium is seven minutes of phased guitars, tidal dynamics and post-punk monotone vocals—so there really is no language barrier if you’ve got an ear for what the dark grey moods this music is typically suggesting.”
The band play the type of silky shoegaze you will find in the middle of dark and gray on the color scale. As a bonus for the music-lovers, the title is actually the only thing most Westerners will understand. Vaadat Charigim (meaning “Exceptions Committee” in Hebrew) have chosen to deliver there songs from debut album The World Is Well Lost in their native tongue. Even this decision to no sing in English is more of a statement unto itself. They really move around the core of music – A place where you do not have to do anything but let yourself float away with the melodies!
As Pitchfork also mentioned, you will be able to hear inspirations from noted bands like My Bloody Valentine and Ride. See them perform in town in April!