Just in time for the Days of Awe, Darshan, the neo-hasidic folk-rap duo release a new music video, “Know Return”, a poetic meditation on the spiritual cycle of Teshuva that characterizes the months of Elul and Tishrei, including Rosh HaShannah and Yom Kippur. Through a series of dream-like tableaus, colorful moving images […]

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…to start with a song that is actually good. Not merely popular but good. If you go with the popular songs you run the risk of someone else doing the same thing. Also popularity is just no guarantee of quality. Case in point, the UJS is a Jewish student group with chapters all across campuses […]

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“Niedernation” brings us a Rosh Hashanah parody of Cheerleader by OMI. OMI’s three year old mix of an even older song spent 6 weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 this year making it the song of the summer based on its chart performance. But let’s face it – Cheerleader is a shit song atop a […]

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This is the newest clip from Erez Cohen and his crew, the guys that brought to you Purim’s Shushan Funk. This time around, we have a parody of Andy Grammer’s “Honey I’m Good !” Apparently even Kosha Dillz is in here somewhere too. Jeepers! That guy is everywhere. Now I am […]

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The Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival ended last week with an epicly scenic and soulful final prayer at the Tower of David featuring a performance by Shaanan Streett , Saz and special guest, Matisyahu. The Festival features artists from a diverse range of faiths performing spiritually tinged music within the confines of Jerusalem’s Old City, […]

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G‑dcast is a new media production company whose goal is to give every Jewish child and adult the chance to learn the basics of Judaism with zero barriers to entry. No matter where you live or what you know, G-dcast has meaningful, intelligent and fun Jewish learning for you. Shofar Callin’ connects the story Jews […]

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Matisyahu recently received a lot of attention after his anti-Semitic BDS inspired dis-invitation and then re-invitation to perform at a Spanish reggae Festival. Musician Rami Matan Even-Esh, aka Kosha Dillz was interviewed by the Jerusalem Post. There he talked about the sort of “neo-anti-Semitism Jewish artists like him face, despite the fact that there music […]

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We haven’t seen Borat in a while and enough time has passed now that it’s pretty certain that all those guys who did bad and annoying Borat imitations have stopped. We are thus free to enjoy Borat for the genius he represents without such assessment being colored by the pale imitators. A JewTube visitor sent […]

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“Jerusalem is the cultural kitchen. Tel Aviv is the cultural dining table.” In the final part of our series, host Mike Skinner heads to Jerusalum to meet Rebel Sun from Lucille Crew, a native of Baltimore with no connection to the land. He simply passed through whilst travelling, fell in love with Jerusalem and went […]

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In the fifth episode of Hip Hop in the Holy Land, our host Mike Skinner spends the day with local celebrity Saz who is a rapper, actor and in his words, the first Palestinian / Arab / Middle Eastern sex symbol. Saz is from Ramla, where this episode was shot. We get to hear Saz […]

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