DJ | PRODUCER | COMPOSER | REMIXER |SOUND DESIGNER
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*Pete Tong (BBC Radio –“Essential Mix”): "The best Israeli thing since the falafel"
*DJ Mag 2005 Top world DJ's – Rank at 95#
*DJ Mag 2004 Top world DJ's – Rank at 108#
*DJ Mag 2010 Top World Dj’s – Rank at 213#
*2 MTV (IL) Awards for “The best Release" and
"best producer" of 2003 We could introduce MoShic in many ways, but none of them would be enough to describe this unique & diverse artist from Israel. He’s been touring the world for many years and has established an amazing name for himself as a great performer and an extraordinary studio artist. Northern Israel, Haifa (1977), Moshic Shlomi is born. A man, whose name thrills millions of progressive House fans today, He grew up in a family of musicians, but not everything in his life inclined cheerful singing. At the age of 18, he was enlisted to National Service, where as a medic, he had to deal with death every day. Soldiers brought from Lebanon were dying right in front of his eyes. Continuous suicide attacks and living on a time bomb made Moshic understand, what the most important thing in life is; to seize the day. When he finished paying his debts to the country, he decided to devote himself completely to electronic music. He fell in love with progressive, which wasn’t too popular at that time in Israel. He was handing out hi Moshic On YouTube Moshic started to conquer the dance scene worldwide. However the true fame and publicity came with the “Nightstalker” production. “Nightstalker” was included in Danny Howells’s “Nocturnal Frequencies 3” and Jimmie Van M’s “Bedrock: Compiled & Mixed" compilations. When “Dj Magazine” announced the tune as the “underground hit of the year”, nothing could stop Moshic’s carrier to expand. The Moshic mix for John Digweed’s broadcast on Kiss 100, was marked in history. Since then – December 2001 – Moshic has constantly emerged from the underground and finally became its ambassador. Every day, every week, every month masterpieces like “10@ZE” or the remix of Memnon’s “Locutus” were produced. Year after the Kiss 100 broadcast his “Distorted Patterns” compilation was unearthed. Progressive fans went down to their knees and Moshic was asked to do the Essential Mix that was broadcasted in February of that year. Soon after that his mix was added to the “Dj Mag”’s April issue. This set as well as the Es