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For Female Drummers Only: Mindy Abovitz Of Tom Tom Magazine

For Female Drummers Only: Mindy Abovitz Of Tom Tom Magazine
By February 2, 2011

Mindy Abovitz wanted to create the best magazine for and about female drummers. We think she’s succeeded. Read More

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Ari Picker Is An Indie All Star With The Band Lost In The Trees

Ari Picker Is An Indie All Star With The Band Lost In The Trees
By February 1, 2011

Ari Picker and his new band, Lost in the Trees, sound like pretty much everything you’ve ever loved about indie rock. Read More

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The Post-Klezmer Of Geoff Berner

The Post-Klezmer Of Geoff Berner
By January 26, 2011

Geoff Berner wanted to beef up his klezmer sound, so he called up the perfect producer for the job. Read More

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Want To See Monotonix For Free At The Echo?

Want To See Monotonix For Free At The Echo?
By January 24, 2011

Do you want to see the greatest rock band on the planet? We can give you two free tickets. Read More

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Jew vs. Jew: Bob Dylan And Lou Reed

Jew vs. Jew: Bob Dylan And Lou Reed
By January 18, 2011

In our attempt to look at Jewish cultural figures and their impact on society, we pit them against each other like two artistic gladiators. This week we take two rock ‘n roll gods. Read More

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Nerds Collectively Freak Out: Neil Gaiman To Appear On The Simpsons

Nerds Collectively Freak Out: Neil Gaiman To Appear On The Simpsons
By January 14, 2011

Neil Gaiman made a big announcement that he’s going to be hanging out with our favorite yellow family. Read More

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The Most Important Good For The Jews Interview Ever

The Most Important Good For The Jews Interview Ever
By January 11, 2011

Good for the Jews are maybe the single most important contribution that the Jewish people have made to American music. That’s why we were so shocked that they granted us this in-depth interview. Read More

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“Debbie Friedman Was My Beatles”

“Debbie Friedman Was My Beatles”
By January 10, 2011

Jewcy asked a few friends and contributors to share their thoughts on Debbie Friedman, who passed away yesterday. The first comes from Jacob Perlin, who you may remember from the greatest Debbie Friedman cover band ever. Read More

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