A TelAviv – Istanbul Music fest, a Jerusalem basement for klezmer & revolution, South Tel Aviv, the spiritual miracle of hemorrhoid cream, a dance Marathon and great music on Shtetl Middle East.
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Tagged Aharona Israel, art, Avrum Burstein, Dance, Israel, Istanbul, Joseph Dadoune, klezmer, music, Palestine, Sound Ports, Turkey
Who are the Hebrew Israelites? Etai Darway left the community and works as a DJ in Tel Aviv. The Israelites followed their leader from the U.S. to Africa, then to the “Promised Land”. Lotsa funky tunes on the show!
In the Holy Land even pop covers are political. Tune in to Shtetl to find out about The Lorde Diaries; a musical pop journey in Hebrew, Russian, Arabic, Yiddish and French.
JetLAG music festival is a collision of cultures. Is it Russian? Jewish? American? One Russian Israeli headed to the festival to sort out the confusion.
Listen to the sounds of Yom Kippur with singer Victoria Hanna in Jerusalem. Sit with Sudanese refugee Anwar Suleiman in Tel Aviv & enjoy some tunes to get you into the New Year-atonement mood.
ShazamFest! Music, burlesque, wrestling and camping in the Quebec countryside. Meet Ziv the founder of this quirky 10 yr-old event. And Corey Silverberg talks about talking sex with kids.
Mazel Tov, Mis Amigos! It’s the Shtetl summer music show. Tune in for Yiddish mambo, Yemenite funk, African American-Yiddish crossover music, Ethiopian reggae, Emily Dickinson music poetry, Davendra Bandhart‘s Shabop Shalom love song to Natalie Portman, a Jewish wife’s trip …
Yiddish Fight Club?! and Joni Mitchell love fest today on Shtetl.
Meet A-WA, the 3 sisters of a hot Yemeni electro-hip hop band and free yo mind with a selection of alternative tunes from the Shtetl bondage and slavery Passover playlist. The rest…will follow.
Fellow audio travelers, scroll down and click on the play button to hear the 1st episode of Shtetl from the Middle East. Whether it’s a state of mind, or Ethiopian Jews coming en masse to Jerusalem, or Netanyahu inviting all …
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Tagged Asaf Smilan, Charlie Hebdo, Ethiopia, France, Gili Yalo, Israel, music, Netanyahu, Palestine, reggae, Tel-Aviv, Zionism, Zvuloon Dub System