Hi, my name is Guy Hajaj
I'm a Vancouver/Tel Aviv based writer, DJ and cultural adventurer.
What's my what?
I write for Blazer magazine (features), Ynet (weekly music column) and my music blog, haoneg – Israel's most popular cultural blog for more than 10 years. I was also a staff writer at Alaxon, the best long-form magazine ever.
I create new cultural adventures. I produced Used Songs, an album of Hebrew interpretations to Tom Waits songs. I co-edited You Are Here, a one-time print magazine of travel writing (pre-sold 2,500 copies). I co-managed the now-defunct Hiss records.
I DJnew, awesome music, with emphasis on local artists. Both in weddings, clubs, festivals and events, and on two radio stations – KZradio, Israel's version of BBC radio 6, and (previously) on EOL, a talk radio station engaged in social good.
I'm open for freelance projects, magazine writing, DJ gigs and adventures. Especially if they involve ice cream.