Israeli music

A New York Night With Idan Raichel

Over the sound of clinking wine glasses and hushed conversation in Hebrew, Idan Raichel performed a solo show at City Winery in Tribeca this past Friday night.

Idan Raichel. Courtesy City Winery

Israel’s Next Export: Edgy Rock?

First-of-its-kind conference, inspired by South by Southwest, looks to give push to musicians; politics seen as hurdle.
09/10/2012 - 20:00
Israel Correspondent

Jerusalem — There once was a time when Israel’s best-known musical exports were winners of the campy Eurovision pop song contest, such as the 1978 “Hallelujah” by Gali Atari and the group Milk and Honey.

These days it might be the driving guitar solos of Uri Kinrot of the surf rock trio Boom Pam, the electro Mediterranean party music of Balkan Beat Box or the Janis Joplin-like cry of singer-songwriter Asaf Avidan.  

The surf rock trio Boom Pam was one of the acts at the Jerusalem Music Conference.

The Jewish Week interviews Israeli singer-songwriter David Broza

Aaron Herman interviews David Broza and talks about his new album Night Dawn; The Unpublished Poetry of Townes Van Zandt."For thirty years now, Israeli superstar David Broza has been considered one of the most dynamic and vibrant performers in the singer/songwriter world.

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