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Israeli Band Really Wants to be as big as Arcade Fire

But it’s really an issue that they can’t find the proper folks to handle their afairs.  According to Haaretz:   "we’ve reached it in music and performance; the rest is a matter of good management."   Actually, the Israeli band … Read More

By / August 31, 2010

But it’s really an issue that they can’t find the proper folks to handle their afairs.  According to Haaretz:

 

"we’ve reached it in music and performance; the rest is a matter of good management."

 

Actually, the Israeli band Sandhaus seems to want the same things almost every single band in the universe wants:

 

"I would say it’s not a matter of dreaming, but more of defining your goal," added guitarist Ran Cohen. "We see what there is in the field and it doesn’t seem like just a daydream, but like something we can achieve. We want to be in music’s big league – to tour for an entire year with a large staff that enables us to rehearse all the time and perform all over the world with the best equipment. And mainly, we want to be able to focus just on this and not have to do all kinds of other things at the same time."