A review of Jewish rapper BenYomen’s latest album.
A profile and review of the music of Noah Lubin, an artist living in Boston.
Have you been aching for some music during the Omer? Check out a bunch of artists that have worked hard to make sure we can still connect to creation and music during this time. All while keeping it holy. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZabhGpPfMg] I’ll post some more about these awesome artists when I don’t have as much writer’s block, but for now, check out their personal pages…
Natalia showed me her art and I immediately fell in love. Natalia’s work is clearly from the heart, deep and full of passion. The kabbalistic imagery is evocative of artists like Baruch Nachshon.
The best part about Yerachmiel’s music is that while trying to make it holy, he does not try to fit into any sort of musical box. His music is creative, free and lively.
What better way to introduce the Pop Chassid Jewish Artist of the Week than Yitzchok Moully: the “Chassidic Pop Artist”?