Gnozo – Music


Drawing from the registers of Psychedelic Punk, Cold Wave and Drum’n’Bass, Fossil Songs is Gnozo‘s first solo set.

Gnozo talks about the things of everyday life: Neanderthals,  dee-jays, consciousness meta-transfer, lactose, hikes in the forest. Cosmic rap, sharp rhythms, handmade arpeggios and saturated melodies, Gnozo speaks to your body as much as to your brain.

Artist and musician, Benjamin Efrati is a founding member of the Miracle collective. In 2019, with The Gnozo Show, monthly web-series, he develops in the form of a talk show the Gnozo philosophy: Gnozophy. He lives in Ardèche.

Tour History


-30/01 : Institut Français, Budapest (Hongrie)


-27/11 : Høgni, Viborg (Danemark)

-22/11 : Café de Paris, Paris

-30/10 : Galerie Gauche, Beaux-Arts de Paris

-06/07 : Akwaba, Avignon

-08/06 : Villette Sonique, Paris

-31/05 : XI Box, Lille

-24/05 : La Tendresse, Montpellier

-04/05 : Aurora, Budapest (Hongrie)

-29/03 : Maison Populaire, Montreuil


Under the name Gnozo : Fossil Songs, Benjamin Efrati develops a philosophical discotheque mixing elements of Dark Wave, Psychedelic, Pop Techno, and Hip Hop.

A critical ritual, inviting the audience to think about the meaning of the songs, Fossil Songs is a hyper-immersive set about a mystical post-apocalyptical cult. Gnozo produces songs to dance to, based on nervous space music with elements of ambiant and oriental genres, like the emblematic electric saz used on some of the songs. The songs themselves tend to defy the rules of logic, grammar and common sense, and draw the audience into a psychedelic experience.

Under the name Fossil Songs, his first album in preparation, Gnozo talks about Neanderthals, Artificial Intelligence, death, science-fiction, lactose, dino-human mutants falling in love with meteor princesses, criticizes bureaucracy, and also all the good times ahead. Gnozo uses humor as a philosophical weapon, and awakens people’s critical consciousness.

Diego Verastegui‘s animated VJing accompanies him by illustrating the mood and sometimes the themes of  each song, adding one more dimension to the immersive nature of the performance.