Soooo this is not the version of Hatikva they taught you at summer camp. Or anywhere for that matter. Israeli musician Daniel Saadon remizes the Zionist entity’s national anthem into something that sounds like a Hamas propaganda video. As for the video itself? I don’t understand the prodigious use of Fez-style hats – the Ottomans […]

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We’ve already featured Israeli artist Kutiman here on JewTube – and it seems like as long as he releases material, we’ll keep featuring it. Here he works with Turkish alt-phenom Melike Şahin to produce a dreamy tune that we can’t stop listening to. We trust you’ll enjoy it as well. If only our governments could […]

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For those of you who attended any of the legendary Jewlicious Festivals, Mikey Pauker’s voice and grooves are quite familiar. He recently dropped this clip “Rise” – a song off of his new album “Ascension” and it’s been getting quite a bit of traction. Witness this fawning article in the Times of Israel: With rock […]

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Koolulam is a musical and social venture created in order to bring together people from all walks of life in the Israeli social spectrum in order, simply, to sing together. It might sound a little pie in the sky, but the end result is nothing short of chilling. This past February 14th, in furtherance of […]

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I love this clip. It’s got a great groove and it’s super cute! It depicts an element of Tel Aviv that is both hip and care free. They call Tel Aviv a bubble because it is an atypical middle eastern city where the regional conflicts have little or no effect on the city’s residents, where […]

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“Wonderful Gifts” is a track off of Sade’s 2016 album “Birds and Guitars.” I include it here because even though the video dropped a year ago, it’s just too adorable to let slide! Especially with Valentine’s Day coming up. Mika is a gifted Israeli singer/songwriter whose voice excels at any number of musical styles. But […]

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Hanukkah is rapidly approaching and Ruvane, along with rappery Kosha Dillz, have released their song “Spark.” Spark? Get it? It’s release close to the Jewish Festival of Lights is no coincidence. Ruvane released this commentary about the song: A single spark in a dark room. Potential, intrigue, hope…spark. The United States of America was designed […]

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In a 14-minute short film directed by Paul Thomas Anderson , Haim provide an intimate look at the recording of their new LP Something to Tell You. Rolling Stone reported: In the 14-minute feature – filmed at Los Angeles’ long-dormant Valentine Recording Studios – the Haim sisters workshop and layer […]

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Happy May Day – enjoy this English/Yiddish ditty from Daniel Kahn & The Painted Bird. It’s called “March of the jobless corps / Arbetslozer Marsh” and seems perfectly appropriate for May Day and basically any time while President Trump is in office. The band is based in Berlin but Kahn was born in […]

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The lead singer looks like a Chabad Rabbi. The backup band could easily be mistaken for Latino gangbangers if it weren’t for the occasional peak at swinging tzitzis… When the overall saccharine nature of “Jewish” music gets to be too much, I always turn to Atzmus, a Jewish-Argentinean heavy metal band for relief – and […]

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