For every avid electronic dance music fan, there exists this sharp desire to make their dreams of stardom a reality, but only few can succeed. Both in their mid-twenties and united by an intense passion of house music that consumed their teenage years, Israel-based duo Teamworx have certainly proven to fit the bill for success.

Their journey began as two classmates, Ben Azoulay and Saar Lagziel, bonded over a shared passion and hunger to create their own unique signature sound. What started as a part-time hobby has now launched them to the forefront of the current electronic dance music scene, becoming an integral part of their daily lives.

In a short but sharp sweep, the budding duo have proven their worth on many levels. Leaping from the vibrant club scene in Tel-Aviv, the pair went on to perform at Ultra Europe, as well as the largest student’s festival in Israel in only a matter of months. Having conquered the most intimate club venues all the way to colossal festival mainstages, Teamworx have left their distinguishing mark and sound resonating across the globe. Debuting their first progressive house single ‘Levitate’ on Sony Music Sweden, the duo rapidly shot up the Beatport charts, gaining the support some of the biggest DJs in the industry.

In less than two years, Teamworx have dominated some of the scene’s most reputable imprints, including Spinnin’ Records, Protocol Recordings, and Fonk Recordings, and have captured the support of world renowned A-lists such as Steve Angello, Nicky Romero, Hardwell, and Afrojack, to name a few.

The duo’s breakthrough hit came in the form of a blazing collaboration in 2016 with the ‘Make The Crowd Go’. Swiftly picked up by Protocol Recordings label head Nicky Romero, the track became one of Protocol’s most prominent releases that year, and received a separate vocal rendition shortly after due to it’s immense success. The track became a major festival mainstay, working its way into the sets of Steve Angello and Fedde Le Grand, as well as countless others. ‘Make The Crowd Go’ was also featured in one of Pioneer’s CDJ marketing campaigns, where Steve Angello was shown demonstrating a new setup to British icon Tinie Tempah, with the track playing in the background.

2017 has witnessed the release of what has become one of the year’s most supported tracks, according to 1001Tracklists. The duo’s collaboration on Spinnin’ Records alongside Tom Swoon, called ‘Atom’, has skyrocketed charts since its inception, and has become a staple in the sets of dance music icons such as Axwell /\ Ingrosso, Zedd, Steve Aoki, and Hardwell, gracing some of the most distinguished stages and venues worldwide.

With multiple releases forthcoming on Steve Angello’s Size Records, a major festival slot lined up at Tomorrowland, and a summer residence at the notorious Guaba Beach Bar alongside W&W, Alok, and Yves V, it is safe to assume Teamworx are one of Israel’s most notable exports in 2017. Far from a short and lucky strike upon the industry, the uber-talented pair display no signs of coming to a stop, and are dedicating all of their efforts into becoming the hottest act of the coming years.

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