Eitan Reiter got everyone’s attention a couple of months ago with his mesmerizing hypnotic techno remix to The Doors. Now the prolific and diverse Israeli musician and producer is back with a film from his live set together with Sebastian Mullaert of Minilogue fame. And there’s a bonus sunrise live session in the middle of the desert !!!
Eitan Reiter is one of the more prolific and diverse electronic musicians and producers we encountered. Two months ago we published an article about his amazing remix to “The End” from The Doors, that got viral. And the Israeli producer keeps surprising. This time we have for you two treats from him.
The two… are known as avid believers in playing live electronics and recording and releasing live jams, and this movie… shows how well it works.
The first is a beautiful film from his live set with Sebastian Mullaert at The Dome at Ozora Festival in Hungary in the summer. The two, who also released the collaborative album “Reflections of Nothingness” together on Mule Musiq in 2014, are known as avid believers in playing live electronics and recording and releasing live jams, and this movie by Ben Kirschenbaum shows how well it works. 2017 will see a second album from Sebastian Mullaert & Eitan Reiter.
Watch Sebastian Mullaert & Eitan Reiter – Live at The Dome in Ozora Festival:
Reiter also released two weeks ago a great live recording of a live session filmed at sunrise in the desert. With a truck load of synthesizers he and Kirschenbaum headed to the desert and filmed a live recording of a track from his debut album “Places I Miss That I Haven’t Been To” released on Aleph Zero Records. A second album from Eitan Reiter will be released this year as well.