'Time Out Loves': the 3 hottest June picks for 24-hour party people

By Time Out Israel Writers


From down under to the Holy Land, Australia’s treasure POND boats a talent that runs deeper than their name might imply. This ever-growing remarkable five-piece fuse psychedelic-indie with glam-rock, funk and space-rock, catapulting you into a galactic universe. POND’s dance rhythms will become your ultimate summer soundtrack.
Barby, June 13 at 20:30. NIS 184-200. 52 Kibbutz Galiyot, Tel Aviv, Israel

2. MEW at Israel Fest 2017


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Danish prog-rockers Mew may have hit the scene two decades ago, yet they arrive with a refreshing Israeli showcase, brimming with Scandinavian musical melodies. Knotting dreamlike pop into indie nodes, lead singer Jonas Bierre’s melancholic vocals will entangle you into a dreamscape you won’t ever want to break free from.
Henry Crown Hall, The Jerusalem Theatre, June 15 at 22:15. NIS 160

3. Armin Van Buuren

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Armin Van Buuren got Jerusalem grooving last year, and will surely do the same for Tel Aviv’s electronic fanatics. The Dutch DJ’s hypnotic beats will keep you dancing and trancing til’ the break of dawn.

Tel Aviv Convention Centre, June 29 at 22:00. NIS 100. 101 Rokach Blvd 

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