A bunch of Rosh Hashanah videos were released this year. But only a few have stood out as the best. Here are the four best Rosh Hashanah videos of 2013.
A guest post by Emilia Cataldo (aka Nehedar) about her experience playing with Bulletproof Stockings and the challenges bands that play only for women face.
It’s the end of the Three Weeks. Tu B’Av. It’s time to start celebrating again with great Jewish music. Here’s just a bit to get you rolling.
Four bands and musicians you have to hear that are taking the Jewish music world in a whole new direction.
A review of Jewish rapper BenYomen’s latest album.
A profile and review of the music of Noah Lubin, an artist living in Boston.
A few weeks ago, a Jewish rap album, Jenerous Skillz, was quietly released by Uneek Media, a Jewish-run and themed record label.
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.
Pop Chassid has a problem. On one hand, it tries to use the modern world to its advantage. To raise up the world of movies and art. On the other, the world of movies and art violates Jewish ideals to an almost absurd degree.
Is this what it means to live like a Jew?