Yair Etziony

Yair Etziony – Pipo

Sometime in 2021 Yair Etziony decided to compose a record dedicated to one of his best friends, Pipo. After a year’s work, Yair finished the album, crafting what he calls “the sound of friendship” using different instruments: from analog synths to cutting edge plugins and digital effects.

Because We Love Music 2021!

Since 2015, Lamour has presented the massive love bomb ‘Because We Love Music’. A collection of music that shows the musical diversity of the label and collects artists associated with the label and community. During December we deliver new songs every day, released on Spotify and for free price on Bandcamp. Ambient, techno and all …

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Yair Etziony – ENXIO

“I was listening to the “Berliner Philharmoniker” playing a requiem while my smartphone was getting a message every minute about our dead production systems. Later that night, I started writing the first piece of the lament”.

Because We Love Music 2020!

Since 2015, Lamour has presented the massive love bomb ‘Because We Love Music’. A collection of music that shows the musical diversity of the label and collects artists associated with the label and community. During December we deliver new songs every day, released on Spotify and for free price on Bandcamp. Ambient, techno and all …

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Because We Love Music! 2018

For the fourth year in a row, Lamour presents ‘Because We Love Music’. A collection of music that shows the musical range of the label and collects artists associated with Lamour.

NDV – Spine pressure – released October 10th

Spine Pressure is a collaboration between producers from Tel Aviv, Israel and Gävle, Sweden. NDVs orginal elctronica got this nice touch of drum n bass from Yair Etziony, folktronica of Emma Sörensens project Catterfly and rolling techno from Lamour label boss himself Slim Vic

Yair Etziony – 3 Stigmata – Released November 20

The album 3 Stigmata is based upon the dystopian novel ’The 3 stigmata of Palmer Eldrige’ by science fiction writer Philip K Dick. The results is a futuristic music journey in the spirit of the book and takes turns from ambient. modern composition, new age music and Krautrock.