Formidable Long-Time Collaborators Hevi Levi & ASHER SWISSA releases ‘My Oasis’ Single

Electronic DJ/producer Hevi Levi has joined forces with producer ASHER SWISSA, a prominent performer also known as Skazi, on the new single ‘My Oasis’, which released on the 28th of July via the Joy label. The imprint was founded by Hevi Levi himself, who is also the host of the Buckle Up radio show, where he shares a new episode every 7th of the month. His new single follows his recently released EP titled Moon.

The producer’s music has received overwhelming international support from over 30 publications, including We Rave You, CelebMix, Mixmag Brasil, Mixmag Caribbean, Techno Mood, Electronic Groove, Only Techno, Vicious Magazine, House Music With Love, T.H.E Music Essentials, and EDM Nations to name a handful. His music has also aired on Ibiza Sonica Radio and Miami Encode Radio.

HEVI LEVI is an Electronic music DJ and producer from Tel Aviv, Israel. He is known as one of the busiest DJs in Israel throughout the last 15 years. He founded and owns Joy Group, a record label, DJ/production school & recording studios. During his career, he has played in underground clubs and at some of the biggest music festivals around the world: Tomorrowland, Laundry Day, Escape, Sensation, Space, Futurami, IT, Ministry Of Sound, ADE, Pacha and many more. 

Further, HEVI LEVI was a Manchester United Football Club resident DJ and was selected for the Top 10 Best DJs by RedBull Music Academy. All of his latest tracks reached the top of Beatport and Apple Music charts and have been played by famous DJs across the globe. Influenced by greats like Faithless, Depeche Mode, and Rüfüs Du Sol, his music touches on aspects of Kevin de Vries, ARTBAT, and Saint Vie.

Hevi Levi’s production style is recognizable because of its highly energetic basslines and melodic layers. Making music because, in his own words, “I love how my music makes people feel”, the producer melds the dark modes of Techno with the danceability of House music. His latest collaboration with ASHER SWISSA leans toward the former, in a rhythmic progression that tells a story.