Violet Vision's founders, Jonathan Dagan and Shay Raviv began their mutual career with...
...the album 'First sign of Communication' (2001). In this stunning debut album Violet Vision first expressed their very own interpretation for electronic music by blending different musical styles they love.
This album has won an award of one the 5 top albums of the year 2001 in 'Yediot Ahronot', Israel's +1 daily newspaper. Violet Vision's music is taken from a wide range of musical influences; From Ambient atmospheres through rough Breaks to Techno grooves, It is this album that made Violet Vision a well-known name in the Israeli music scene and abroad.
With rave reviews from the press and a fast growing fan base, Dagan and Raviv started to perform live in festivals and clubs around the world and by that time their tunes and unique remixes started to appear on compilations and singles released by various labels. Violet Vision's music has appeared in over 30 compilations released by labels like YoYo/BNE, Hommega, TIP, Resist, System Records, Phonokol, Vision Quest, LSD(Dragonfly's down tempo Label), Hit Mania, White Label Republic and more.
2003 marked the birth of a new groundbreaking hard studio work. Having shifted stylistic universes, Violet Vision presented their second album 'Unfold'. This album included several vocalists contributing to various songs, as well as combining acoustic instruments with the Rock influences, elements of House music, Breakbeats, and more.