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Making music since the age of seven, despite never acquiring musical education, May Fall has always aspired to educate himself.  After experimenting with a wide variety of musical genres, he revived his old dream of exploring the realms of jazz-fusion, while seamlessly blending inspirations from a variety of musical domains, such as pop, electronic, world music, funk and rock.
In this experience, May Fall, on piano, keyboards, and occasionally vocals, is collaborating with drummer Niv Majar and bassist Itai Tzarfati, a powerful combination bringing a highly enjoyable display of superb musicianship, The May Fall Crew.
This endeavor results in the highly diverse album “Overload” (out on July 10th, 2019) bouncing from rich contemporary jazz compositions (“Mental Maze”, “Spaceport”), through atmospheric musical journeys to exotic corners of the world (“Alma Oscura”, ”Old Memories”, “Recharge”) and energetic multilayered jazz-fusion tracks (“Overload”, “Time Expander”), to memorable jazz-pop anthems that manage to crossover to mainstream while incorporating thought invoking lyrics (“Mood-Swinger”, “Indifferent”, “Oblivious to the Obvious”).

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Overload, 2019

1. Mental Maze

2. Old Memories

3. Mood Swinger

4. Deflection

5. Spaceport

6. Indifferent

7. Express Train

8. Alma Oscura

9. Express Train

10. Recharge

11. Overload

12. Oblivious to the Obvious

Written and composed by May Fall

Produced by May Fall

Recorded by May Fall and Noam "Catinthesack" Meiri

Mixed by May Fall

Sound Consultancy by Noam "Catinthesack" Meiri

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