New documentary 'Queercore: How to Punk a Revolution' explores liberation from society versus integration into it. It is especially relevant for Israeli viewers
Israel’s most successful metal band has fans throughout the Arab world. For 27 years it manages to combine guitars and distortion with traditional Middle Eastern music
In a music video from Orphaned Land's new album, a Muslim woman and an ultra-Orthodox Jewish man find common ground: Metal
The Maccabiah Games were her ticket out, a decade prior to the immense tragedy that befell the Jews of Thessaloniki
The beat, the noise and the blinding lights tore us away from common sense and ordered the body to move without any need for intellectual mediation.
With the Australian singer-songwriter the live show isn’t just spectacle. This lady’s not for boring.
Ignorance stemming from a generation gap can be charming and has often fueled youthful rebellion. But it’s a bit depressing when a 17-year-old kid thinks about art like an old man.
An ecstatic crowd of 54,000, mostly women, worshipped at the rock altar of Jon Bon Jovi and his merry men on Saturday night.
'We wanted the bass to be funky and the guitars not to be dominant, and the chorus to be Duran Duran and for there to be female vocals.'
This week marks the 60th anniversary of the song contest, and marks its final descent into the musical abyss.
While uncharacteristic in terms of usual Beit Hatfutsot fare, the new show focusing on the late Jewish British superstar-singer shows that the museum is not so stodgy after all.