Music

Ten Songs We Wish Were For Hanukkah

Ten Songs We Wish Were For Hanukkah
By December 2, 2010

Billy Joel, Danzig, 80s new wave anthems, and other songs we really want to attach to the Festival of Lights. Read More

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Mirah And Her Pals Hang Out In The Forest For A New Music Video

Mirah And Her Pals Hang Out In The Forest For A New Music Video
By November 29, 2010

Oh Mirah Yom Tov Zeitlyn, every few months our love for you grows more. Read More

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From The Pixies To The Golem: Black Francis Likes Jewish Stories

From The Pixies To The Golem: Black Francis Likes Jewish Stories
By November 29, 2010

We’ve always wanted to interview Black Francis of the Pixies. His score for “The Golem,” was our excuse. Read More

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JDub is the selector: Festival of Strikes Edition

JDub is the selector: Festival of Strikes Edition
By November 29, 2010

On the eve of JDub’s 8th birthday, the selector shares some new tracks. Read More

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“Werewolf Bar Mitzvah” Gets Remixed. Bar Mitzvah DJs Get Psyched

“Werewolf Bar Mitzvah” Gets Remixed.  Bar Mitzvah DJs Get Psyched
By November 18, 2010

Soon “Werewolf Bar Mitzvah” will be released on the upcoming 30 Rock soundtrack, officially placing it at the top of crappy DJs playlists to usher in manhood for many 13-year-old boys. Read More

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Jewcy Interviews: Suuns

Jewcy Interviews: Suuns
By November 18, 2010

The Montreal band Suuns aren’t afraid to cross thirty years of musical terrain to find inspiration for the songs on their debut full-length, Zeroes QC. In just under forty minutes, the band dances around between Krautrock and twitchy indie rock — throwing in the occasional song that sounds like it would fit perfectly in the film Running Man. Read More

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Paul Simon To Officially Accept Title Of “Poor Man’s Bob Dylan”

Paul Simon To Officially Accept Title Of “Poor Man’s Bob Dylan”
By November 17, 2010

Paul Simon to be the next Jew to put out a Christmas album. Read More

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