Israeli multi musician, Naduve is the next best thing to emerge from the Tel Aviv new age scene. His productions that often combines psychedelic sounds with contemporary electronica has been released on labels like like Disco Halal, Mutli Culti, Cocktail d’Amore and Malka Tuti.

The Tel Aviv talent shares with us his soundtrack to the apocalypse, his culinary expertise and what he thinks is the worst music trend.

The trippiest track in your playlist right now: Alien Alien feat. Igino - Bella L’estate (Naduve remix).

The DJ version of the guitar solo: Every single “drop”.

Worst advice you ever got: Just say no.

Dish you’re best at cooking: White rice.

Your go-to after party weapon: A big fat doobie.

The song you’d play at the apocalypse: Huxley - High on Changa (Original Mix).

Worst music trend: Electro bip bop.

If you could live in any decade: 500 BC.

Favourite guilty pleasure tune: Dolly Parton - Jolene (33rpm slowed down digital version).

Favourite Sunday relaxation ritual: Sunday is for relaxation?

The dance record that started it all for you: Cosma - Simplicity.

Best hangover remedy:

Song that makes you cry everytime: Eviatar Banai’s mom singing “Laila Leil”.

Rihanna or Beyonce: Roni Superstar.

The most WTF thing you’ve ever seen at a club: Police raid in the middle of a live show.

Naduve will be performing at the Karma Kruise 3.0 Official Afterparty at Safe Room, Bangkok on May 12. Find out more here. Check out his Boiler Room set below to get you pumped up for more.