The three accomplished Israeli producers behind Moonpax are: Eitan Tanami, Zeev Kardonski and Vadim Mityagin. The three are certainly no strangers in the electronic music scene. Eitan has been working as a producer and DJ for 15 years and in in 1999 he started his collaboration with Zeev who has a background in classical music, and together they formed the successful project DNA. Vadim has his own project Evoice, and in 2009 the tree formed the progressive trance project Moonpax.
Moonpax find inspiration in a variety of genres. They create music across sub trance genres which clearly showcase their versatility as producers and at the same time it brings a depth to their unique sound. Moonpax is all about a massive and clean-cut euphoric soundscape with atmospheric melodic themes. Moonpax have released music in two of the leading trance labels: Armada Music and Black Hole Recordings. They were featured on the vinyl release ‘Armada Music Sampler Six’ (Armada) with their track ‘Disco Terra’ and on ‘Opus Quarto Jerusalem’ (Black Hole) by Mr. Sam with their track ‘Ahava’. Their track 'Ice coffee' was included in the compilation ‘In Search Of Sunrise 9’ - compiled by no other than Richard Durand.
Moonpax is supported by top DJ ’s and musicians around the world including: Armin Van Buuren, Markus Schulz, Above & Beyond, Cosmic Gate, Ferry Corsten, Richard Durand, Andy Moor, Paul Oakenfold, Rank1, and Ernesto & Bastian amongst others.
Moonpax’s tracks have been broadcasted on podcasts and major radio shows such as:
A State of Trance, Global Soundsystem, Moor Music, Club Elite Sessions and The Next Level. Their track 'Replay Girl' was track of the week in Marcus Shultz Global Dj Broadcast. Furthermore 'Disco Terra' was broadcasted on the BBC Radio channel.
Moonpax are currently working on new material so anticipate the upcoming releases from this skilled trio. Their accomplishments to this date combined with their passion to make high quality music have already led to some spectacular sound productions. For Moonpax the sky truly is the limit.