They rose from the Tel Aviv underground scene back in 2012, moved to Berlin in 2019, and immediately started taking over Europe as a musical duo.
But Rimoch and Jeki are much more than a musical duo; RimoJeki is an awesomely entertaining and innovative psychedelic experience that incorporates visionary music, ground-breaking video art and out-of-this-world outfits.
Their music is a brilliant mix of heavy danceable beats, piercing catchy bass lines, stoner guitar riffs, wave synth noise, spaced-out Theremin, and vocals that swing between post-punk and heavenly ethereal melodies.
A Rimojeki performance is an immersive tapestry of extraterrestrial elements, vivid colors, psychedelic narratives, mythological motifs, futuristic visions, love, and darkness, all underscored by a wicked sense of humor.
With their captivating, high-energy shows and self-produced video art, RimoJeki never fails to enchant their audience, turning every performance into an unforgettable dance party.
Born and raised in Israel, Kfir Rimoch and Jeki Zaborov were a huge part of the local indie music scene. They both performed for over a decade as part of several bands and it was only a matter of time until they meet each other and start collaborating in the year 2012.
In 2016, while performing as part of the Giant Lizards from the Nibiru Planet, they were picked by no other than the great Alice Cooper as the opening act of his concert held at the Amphi Park Raanana. Shortly after, they decided to break up the band and initiate a new adventure as a duo; for 2 years, they performed all over Israel, bringing the indie scene from Tel Aviv to the peripheral regions of the country.
During those 2 years, they shaped their unique sound and developed their original and refreshing performance style that combines elements from the world of theatre and performance art. Also, they produced several music festivals and documented their fascinating journey, which led to the production of a web series called Rimojeki.
Seeking to collaborate with exceptional artists from various fields and reach out to international audiences, they left Israel at the beginning of 2019 and moved to Berlin. Their first show in Berlin took place at Madame Claude, and the response from the crowd was outstanding. Soon after that unforgettable show, they launched their first European tour.
During 2019, while on the road, they created much new music inspired by their recent experiences and especially their lives in Berlin, where they also released their first EP as a duo – Restart Your Star.
2020 was a promising year, full of shows from all around Europe, collaborations, and big festivals. Unfortunately, the notorious pandemic shut down all cultural activities around the world.
In 2021 Rimojeki managed to navigate between the pandemic limitations and created their biggest show up to this date -
"The TopheT Show".
The project is a collaboration between RimoJeki and Dancers, Actors Stage designers, and more!
"The TopheT show" was presented 10 times in total in Erfurt and Chemnitz.
The Project was funded by:
"Fonds Darstellende Künste” + “Kulturstifung Thüringen” (Performed at KulturQuartier Schauspielhaus
Was then developed again with funding from:
“1700 Jahre Jüdisches Leben in Deutchland e.V”
The workshop was funded by:
„Kunst trotz Abstand“-Förderung des Landes Baden-Württemberg
2022 was a critical recovery year for the entire culture.
Rimojeki returned to full activity and appeared in dozens of concerts and festivals such as the "OZORA Festival" (HU), "FUSION" (DE), and more.
At the end of the year, they decided to visit their mother planet in order to relax, lick their wounds, prepare for their next Tour, and finally record their next album.
As 2023 dawned, Rimojeki embarked on a creative journey, recording and fine-tuning their forthcoming album, slated for release during their 2024 tour. They teamed up with the Swiss label, "Burning Sound Record," to deliver their debut EP, "Restart Your Star," now available on vinyl.
They've lit up stages in 10 countries, delivering 66 memorable shows. One standout moment was their triumphant return to the Ozora Festival (HU), where they secured a prime time slot and captivated an excited audience.
Currently taking a winter tour break in Portugal, they're not just resting; they're also dedicating time to office tasks, composing new music, and drawing inspiration from the vibrant artistic community. In this serene Portuguese setting, they harbor dreams of establishing a cultural hub in collaboration with fellow artists and friends.
Anticipation is building for Rimojeki's 2024 tour, set to begin in mid-March. The tour Travel Schedule Stretches Across Portugal, Spain, Austria, and Italy before coming back to their current base in Germany, where they plan to enchant audiences throughout 2024.