Yonatan Gat was among the founders of high energy Israeli trio Monotonix, a music group known for his or her wild concert events and tireless function ethic. Monotonix toured the globe nonstop for quite some time using their psych-heavy hard rock and roll, so when the music group called it each day in 2011, Gat continuing on solo. Losing short amount of time, he started performing improvisatory times with drummer Igor Domingues and keyboardist Tamar Aphek. Soon after heading solo, The Town Voice called Gat “Greatest Guitarist of 2013” and his 1st single EP, Iberian Passing, surfaced soon thereafter in 2014 around the Joyful Sound label. Gat’s acoustic guitar playing was seen as a both Brazilian-influenced melodies and blown-out punk creation. On recording he also added other numerous sonic elements, occasionally singing, playing acoustic guitar, or weaving in field recordings he’d collected himself. He adopted the short Iberian Passage another 12 months with full-length recording Director, some improvisations with drummer Gal Lazer and bassist Sergio Sayeg documented live by Thee Oh Views maker Chris Woodhouse as the music group was on the U.S. tour. Before Movie director even found proper launch, the same music group had already completed recording another recording, this time monitored at the studio room of famous punk anti-producer Steve Albini in only one day.