It would seem that every time DJmag speaks with Israel's trance icon Yahel, he's either just made a new album or he's in the process of finishing one off. And when he isn't zipping across the world with his ethnic-kissed slabs of trance wonderment igniting dancefloors, he's either in the studio crafting yet another album or he's out walking man's best friend, his dog Loco. "We have a blast," he tells DJmag. "I also like to visit my family and play with my nieces and nephews." Yahel keeps life nice and spicy with a steady momentum of music production versus worldwide DJing. "Earlier in the year I was able to complete a few tracks. We recently released one of them as a free download on my Myspace page," says Yahel. "And I travelled a lot, and visited some new places like Korea and Panama, and, of course, the US and UK." When he plays out, every second counts for the trance instigator. "I concentrate on making each beat meaningful. I only have a limited time on stage and every beat is one less that I have to reach the audience," he says. As for his new epic album release 'Corrosion', it will be banging at your harddrive as of early 2010.