Monotonix were a garage rock band from Tel Aviv, Israel. The band - singer Ami Shalev, guitarist Yonatan Gat, and drummer Ran Shimoni (later replaced by Haggai Fershtman) - released their debut EP in 2008 and toured mostly in the United States and Europe, including notable appearances at SXSW. Monotonix subsequently released two full-length records: Where Were You When It Happened? and Not Yet. Over the span of five years (ending in 2011 with the breakup of the band), Monotonix played 1000 shows. The track was recorded by Tim Green of the Fucking Champs Where Were You When It Happened, 2009.
Those used to be the reasons to see Monotonix live, but now you can do it all in your own living room.
Type EP. Released date 2008. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album1. 2. Summers and Autumns. Other productions from Monotonix. Where Were You When It Happened.
Nom du groupe Monotonix. Type EP. Date de parution 2008. Style MusicalGarage Rock. Membres possèdant cet album1. Autres productions de Monotonix. Not Yet.
The descending guitar line that follows is sweet and yearning enough to fit onto a damn Strokes record; It's a hell of a hodgepodge that makes its four minutes seem epic, and it all flows seamlessly.
This release follows of period of relentless touring by Monotonix who are quietly building up a strong following in underground circles. I say stage; they seem to play the majority of their gigs in amongst the crowd where the action is. As footage on Youtube et al shows, this can lead to one crazy, sweaty night. For now though, letâ€™s rejoice in this beast of an E. onotonix are a three-piece rock band from Israel that make one hell of a racket
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|6||On The Road|
|DC361||Monotonix||Body Language (12", EP)||Drag City||DC361||US||2008|
|DC361CD||Monotonix||Body Language (CD, EP, Promo)||Drag City||DC361CD||US||2008|
|WAR05||Monotonix||Body Language (CD, EP)||Willie Anderson Recordings||WAR05||Netherlands||2008|