The jury is in, and the likes of Guy J, Sasha, industry media and an exponentially growing fan base across the globe unequivocally agree; Khen is next big thing to come out of the dance music hotbed that is Israel.
He was gifted with an almost unsettling talent discovered by his brother, who encouraged him to start producing at age 11. Instantly spellbound by the creative process, he spent all his spare time in front of a Moog synth instead of the playground and did his first club show at 15.
He saw his international breakthrough on the scene in 2016 when he released his critically acclaimed debut album ‚ÄĚOne Day of Independence‚ÄĚ on Guy J‚Äôs Lost & Found. The LP saw support from the likes of Pete Tong, Noir, Dubfire, Joris Voorn, Hernan Cattaneo, Jeremy Olander, Paco Osuna made the coveted number 1 spot on the overall releases chart on Beatport in mere days.
Since then, Khen has solidified himself as a globally touring artist with shows at Tomorrowland, debut tours in Japan, Australia and Argentina with multiple sold out shows at legendary The Bow in Buenos Aires and BNP in Cordoba.
He‚Äôs also been on the receiving end of infinite praise from industry institutions such as DJ Mag and Mixmag. Dancing Astronaut named him an ‚ÄĚArtist to Watch‚ÄĚ alongside Yotto, ANNA and Enrico Sangiuliani. Mixmag opted to feature him in their ‚ÄúImpact‚ÄĚ segment that highlights high momentum talent and has previously played host to budding superstars Lauren Lo Song, Cristoph, Peggy Gou and Julia Govor.
In the span of the last 12 months, he‚Äôs released massive debut EP projects on Anjunadeep, Bedrock and Vivrant with support from Kollektiv Turmstrasse, John Digweed, Guy J, Edu Imbernon, Cassian, Hernan Cattaneo and many more.
Most recently, he‚Äôs coming off a second project on the John Digweed‚Äôs legendary alongside long-time friend Guy Mantzur; ‚ÄėWhere Is Home‚Äô EP. The highly anticipated released garnered support from a who‚Äôs who in dance music and made the Top 20 on Beatport overall Top 100 chart.