|Birth name||Eef Barzelay|
|Origin||Tel Aviv, Israel|
|Genres||alt country, alternative rock, pop|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, ukulele|
|Labels||spinART Records, 429 Records|
|Associated acts||Clem Snide|
Ifar "Eef" Barzelay is an Israeli-born American musician, born in Tel Aviv, Israel on May 12, 1970. He is the principal songwriter and singer of alt country band Clem Snide, but has also toured as a solo act, both as a headliner and in support of various artists such as Ben Folds.
In 2006, Barzelay released his debut solo album entitled Bitter Honey. In 2007, he composed many original tracks for the film Rocket Science. Barzelay's second solo album, Lose Big, was released on June 17, 2008 on 429 records. In 2009, Barzelay reformed Clem Snide.
- Bitter Honey (CD) – spinART – February 21, 2006
- Rocket Science (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (CD)- Lakeshore Records – August 7, 2007
- Lose Big (CD) – 429 Records – June 17, 2008
- Black Tin Rocket: Songs of the Transmissionary Six EP (Digital Download)- Bandcamp release – March 14, 2011
- Bitter Honey (Redux) (Digital Download) – Bandcamp Release – March 31, 2011
- Clem Snide's Journey (Vinyl, Digital Download)- Bandcamp release – June 29, 2011
- Fan Chosen Covers (Best Of) (Digital Download) Bandcamp release – September 20, 2011
- Eef Barzelay on Myspace
- 2007 Eef Barzelay Interview at Bandega.com
- Eef Barzelay 15-05-2008 on Program tv Tesis of Canal 2 Andalusia
- Eef Barzelay's Bandcamp
- Buried Love: From sipping iced tea and playing Al Green to imagining you're watching Ricky beat Lucy, Village Voice, March 1, 2005. Accessed May 12, 2008. "Clem Snide's Eef Barzelay has a dry voice and an even drier wit. Barzelay was born in Israel, raised in Teaneck, New Jersey, and did time studying jazz at Berklee before dropping out to start a noise-rock band named for the talking asshole in William Burroughs's Naked Lunch."
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