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Ofer Dikovsky, better known as ‘Oforia’ is a musician and studio producer from Israel. He is one of the longest standing acts in the global Electronic/Trance scene. His unique and innovative sound earned him an exclusive trade mark and a big impact on the Trance scene over the years.
He started his reach career in the 90’s, exploring the sound of the re-rising electronic music in the early years of the decade.
His discography contains 9 studio albums, some of them consider to be a major reference points in the evolution of the trance music and made a big impact at the time.
He was involved in many successful side projects and remixed a lot of other artist’s music.
During his career, his studio releases were accompanied by an incessant world-wide live tours. His sounds were played and danced to almost everywhere in the global trance scene.
In 2006 he released the album ‘Inner Twist’. One of the tracks in the album , ‘Return of the machines’, was a collaboration with a long time friend – known as , an Israeli musician and artist, considered to be one of the most multi-talnted acts in the scene.
In ‘Return of the machines they started to explore their special style by adding Pushing & powerful guitars along with strong lyrics performed by Bwicked, all on top of alterant beats.
The result was a distinctive mixture between rock and electronica that had never been heard before.
The track was followed by a video clip and they both gained a huge success in the trance scene and in some cases went outside the scene borders into the main stream media.
This achievement drove them to get back into the studio to work on a complete album. After 1 year of intensive work they finally came up with the result : ‘Dream Dictionary’ - an innovative concept album consists of 12 powerful tracks, all wrapped in a unique combination of neo-electronic elements and powerful rock. An eclectic musical journey that takes your ears through an energetic and powerful experience.
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