Tuesday, July 10

Airplay Band of The Month - EarlyRise



EarlyRise What If Album Cover
Meet EarlyRise, an Israeli hard rock band founded in 2009. They're fresh off tour dates in Singapore and the next stop is India! On top of that, they're about to release a new single and start work on a second album. These guys are keeping themselves busy - read their story and listen* to Early Rise here on Jango Airplay

*Four songs from their first album "What If" are available for free download, enjoy and thanks for supporting our Airplay bands.

Describe EarlyRise's sound in one sentence?
A combination of hard rock, soft rock and metal.

When and where was EarlyRise formed?
About 2.5 years ago in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Name three people who have influenced your music and tell us why (living or dead).
Raz (guitar): Dave Mustaine from Megadeth is the one who exposed me to heavier rock for the first time. Rudolf Schenker from the Scorpions has influenced me the most as a guitar player.

Adam (Guitar): John Petrucci from Dream Theater has influenced me professionally and showed me the importance of self discipline when it comes to practicing guitar. Also, I only now realize the influence my grandfather had on my musical life. I pretty much stayed away from ethnic music until right before he passed away - that's when he introduced me to it for the first time. I started exploring & practicing ethnic music, and discovered a whole new musical world like, for example, Andalusian music.

Dima (Bass): My father has influenced me the most. He used to be a bass player and worked in the music industry in Russia for many years. He is the reason I started playing bass and I remember we used to play together when I was younger.

Itamar (Drums): My drum teacher has inspired me and set an example of an amazing drummer, which drove me to be very persistent in the beginning. These days I get inspired by drummers from all over the world through YouTube.

Orly (Vocals): There are a lot of artists who have influenced me over the years, but the person who has influenced me the most is my vocal coach, Lee Triffon. She has taught me everything I know as a singer and always inspired me to push my limits and not be afraid to challenge myself.

How do you connect with fans and get them involved in your music?
Social media like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are the best platforms for us to really interact with our fans and get them involved. We love the fact that we can easily keep our fans updated with news, upcoming events and new releases, and get feedback from them.

What do you like the most about Jango Airplay?
It's a great way to discover new artists that might be similar to the type of music you like.

Is there any recent project you'd like to share with us? Tell us about it.
We are currently working on a new single which will be released soon, and in a couple of months we will be heading back to the studio to start writing our second album.

Are you guys playing live? Do you have any shows coming up soon?
We recently played a few shows at the Music Matters Festival in Singapore, and it looks like we are gonna be playing a few shows in India soon. Check our Facebook page for more upcoming shows.

Connect with EarlyRise
EarlyRise on Jango
EarlyRise on Facebook
EarlyRise on Twitter
EarlyRise on Amazon

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Boycott these suckers until Apartheid is ended in Palestine.

Anonymous said...

Leave politics out of the music you sucker!

Anonymous said...

Fuck politics, MUSIC IS OUR RELIGION, and these guys are AWESOME!

rei henigman said...

Fuck politics enjoy the music u probably dont know whats happening here in ISRAEL*** anyway

fireyhand said...

no pirate them instead that's far worse than boycotting them, and you can still enjoy their music, also lets say i made awesome music but happen to be on a label that stole your home and killed your family or that of your friends' would you still go yeah but he didn't have anything to do with it so give them your money