ponedeljek, 4. oktober 2004

21:00 - Defonija

[b]Jon Madof[eb] - električna kitara
[b]Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz[eb] - električen bas
[b]Mathias KA1nzli[eb] - bobni, tolkala

judovska godba/sefardski zven/sevdah/Turčija/Srednji vzhod/indie rock/punk/"Downtown"-jazz

"[Jon Madof's Rashanim] may be one of the best things to happen to Jewish music since Andy Statman or the Klezmatics."
[i]The Village Voice[ei]

"Complex compositional originals alternate with gorgeous renditions of classic Jewish melodies making this an extraordinary program from start to finish. Beautifully recorded."
[b]John Zorn[eb], on Rashanim's Tzadik Records debut

Rashanim is a trio of guitar, bass and drums/percussion drawing on influences including Jewish melodies, indie rock, punk, and "downtown" jazz. The "Jewish power trio" is led by Jon Madof, who has worked with John Zorn, Marc Ribot, Frank London and many others on the New York scene. Shanir Blumenkranz (of Satlah and Pharaoh's Daughter) is on bass, and Mathias KA1nzli (of Mecca Bodega) plays drums and percussion. The band gets its name from the noisemakers used during the Jewish holiday of Purim.

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