TUVIA

"At the end of 2016 I started working on my solo project, which is called TUVIA. I gathered my songs which I felt were communicating with each other in the best way and started producing them. Throughout the process I had the chance to record some great musicians which I felt could contribute best to the music. The outcome is my debut album which is called "Sad but Happy". In this album, which was recorded mainly in my studio, I tried to translate my most raw and intimate feelings into music and words."

Assaf Tuvia is a sound and video technician, music producer and singer song-writer. After completing sound engineering studies at Sapir collage in the South of Israel, in 2014 he moved to Berlin to develop his musical career. He formed the band, naos, which is an alternative, jazzy rock band that released their first EP March 2018. Assaf also met singer song writer Roy Dahan and they played and toured together. Following this, Assaf produced one of the songs for Roy's third album, which led to their current collaboration of music production for different artists.

TUVIA

"At the end of 2016 I started working on my solo project, which is called TUVIA. I gathered my songs which I felt were communicating with each other in the best way and started producing them. Throughout the process I had the chance to record some great musicians which I felt could contribute best to the music. The outcome is my debut album which is called "Sad but Happy". In this album, which was recorded mainly in my studio, I tried to translate my most raw and intimate feelings into music and words."

Assaf Tuvia is a sound and video technician, music producer and singer song-writer. After completing sound engineering studies at Sapir collage in the South of Israel, in 2014 he moved to Berlin to develop his musical career. He formed the band, naos, which is an alternative, jazzy rock band that released their first EP March 2018. Assaf also met singer song writer Roy Dahan and they played and toured together. Following this, Assaf produced one of the songs for Roy's third album, which led to their current collaboration of music production for different artists.

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