Menorah Mashups

djBC has strayed from his custom of Christmas sets to try his hand at a Hanuukah collection.

djBC writes, “After four years of Christmas collections, and with a 18/mo little girl, I decided it was time to take a stab at a Hanukkah mashup/remix collection. The 8 tunes (8 days, 8 tunes, get it?) have a sort of klezmer/traditional Kewish music meets dub/house/pop/hip-hop sort of feel, and the two bonus tracks are for laughs. One high point is Brasilia’s FAROFF with his House of Pain vs Amsterdam Klezmer Band mash, with mp3 and video.”

Worth checking out.

With a big ol’ hat tip to Boing Boing.

Filed under Arts & Culture, Chanukah, Music

2 Responses to “Menorah Mashups”

  1. Sweet!


    Siggy · December 2nd, 2009 at 7:11 pm
  2. [...] Hanukkah mashup/remix is [...]


    What We Missed, 2009 Edition » Mixed Multitudes – My Jewish Learning: Exploring Judaism & Jewish Life · October 3rd, 2011 at 11:41 am

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