Boom Pam

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Boom Pam
Origin Israel Tel Aviv, Israel
Genres Mediterranean music, Balkan music, surf rock, instrumental rock
Years active 2003—
Labels Essay Recordings
Members Uri Brauner Kinrot
Yuval "Tuby" Zolotov
Itamar "The Kid" Levi
Past members Uzi Feinerman
Dudu Kochav

Boom Pam (Hebrew: בום פם) is a rock trio from Tel Aviv, Israel.

Founded in 2003, Boom Pam took its name from Aris San's song of the same name,[1] and plays a mixture of Mediterranean, Balkan, Greek,[2] rock and surf music in a format of a power trio consisting of electric guitar, tuba and drums.[3] They have been playing in a variety of venues, from small clubs to large concert halls. Boom Pam served as the opening act for the reunion show of the well-known Israeli indie rock band "Minimal Compact", as well as Emir Kusturica's No Smoking Orchestra. That, along with a showcase at WOMEX 2006, launched their worldwide touring career.

Boom Pam's debut album was recorded in Frankfurt for the German label "Essay Recordings". The band co-produced the album with DJ Shantel. This LP was released during the Spring of 2006 and is distributed worldwide. The album went straight into the top ten list of the European World Music charts. They released their second album, "Puerto Rican Nights", in 2008. Their debut show in North America was at the GlobalFest 2007. Afterwards they toured throughout the USA and Canada, opening for The Ventures in California and playing at the Winnipeg Folk Festival and the Montreal International Jazz Festival. Boom Pam's third album was recorded in late 2009 and was released in 2010 by the Tel Aviv based label "Audio Montage". Following the album release, they made promotional appearances at SXSW[4] and various venues in Europe.

Boom Pam have also been actively involved in various projects. They worked with the Batsheva Dance Company, released several Israeli hit singles, recorded film music, collaborated with Balkan Beat Box and Kutiman,[5] and played a concert with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.


  • Boom Pam (2006)
  • Puerto Rican Nights (2008)
  • Alakazam (2010)


  1. ^ "Boom Pam: Boom Pam". PopMatters. December 12, 2006. Retrieved December 26, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Boom Pam, produced by Shantel". Essay Recordings. October 24, 2006. Retrieved December 26, 2011. 
  3. ^ " Boom Pam". October 24, 2006. Retrieved December 26, 2011. 
  4. ^ Spiker, Darci (March 14, 2010). "Boom Pam interview: SXSW 2010". Retrieved December 26, 2011. 
  5. ^ Ehrlich, Brenna (June 27, 2011). "Kutiman Teams Up With Boom Pam for Trippy Music Video". Mashable. Retrieved December 26, 2011. 

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