Posts Tagged ‘ israeli music ’

Sweet New Sounds from the Ancient City of Jaffa

April 2, 2014
By
abu-nassar

On Luna Abu Nassar’s Bandcamp-released debut album, Asaper Lakh (“I’ll tell you”) your ears may deceive you. The 24-year-old Palestinian-Israeli singer’s light, flexible voice hits first, and is momentarily mistakable for that of any twenty-something girl with a guitar. But then a hint of scraped harp strings, a little reverb, and the…

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Isra-Alien: Acoustic Rock for Dueling Mothers-in-Law

April 25, 2013
By
somewhere-is-here

It’s not so unusual these days for 2 guys with acoustic guitars to play venues…

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Israeli Protest Music

December 21, 2012
By
shak-li

Given how infamous Israelis are for their political passions and fiery tempers, and how many…

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More Psalms for the Perplexed

July 6, 2012
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more psalms for the perplexed

Two years ago, the Israeli singer Kobi Oz…

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A Boy-Band Full of Rabbis

April 9, 2012
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a boy band full of rabbis

Is Judaism ready for a boy-band invasion? The…

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Pop Sabbaticals

December 16, 2011
By
maor

Maor Levi is a DJ and producer based…

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Digging up Treasure

September 27, 2011
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digging up treasure

The video for Moshe Hendel’s new song “Come…

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From T.A. to L.A.

August 16, 2011
By
foolsgold

People talk about New York being the most Jewish city…

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Jerusalem of Music

July 7, 2011
By
kutiman

The Israeli composer Kutiman–also known as Ophir Kutiel–might not play an instrument,…

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Israeli Expat Cabaret

May 10, 2011
By
yael naim

The voice of Apple Computers has an Israeli…

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Tel Aviv Meets Mali

March 27, 2011
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tel aviv meets mali

Idan Raichel, an Israeli composer and multi-instrumentalist, works with singers…

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Singin’ the Yemen Blues

March 3, 2011
By
singin the yemen blues

Ravid Kahalani, an Israeli drummer and dancer, is rediscovering his…

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