Haaretz - Arts and Leisure For a song: Israel's indie music scene is big but not its bucks 2016-11-18T05:33:00.000000Z Artists draw thousands of listeners, appear at major festivals and enjoy media exposure, but they still struggle to get by. The Chemical Brothers revive Tel Aviv's rave spirit 2016-11-14T02:16:35.000000Z 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. Jaffa dance show pulls the audience in - literally 2016-11-13T09:46:59.000000Z In ‘Common Emotions,’ Yasmeen Godder once again explores new territory, this time by getting the audience involved. Unlike much of her previous work, this piece has a relaxed and playful feel. Breasts with gaping mouths and frozen embryos: Israeli ceramics biennale pushes limits of clay 2016-11-06T03:54:54.000000Z The works of some 70 artists, most of them female, deal with gender and cultural issues. Roger Waters urges Chemical Brothers to cancel show in Tel Aviv 'hipster bubble' 2016-11-04T15:22:16.000000Z Former Pink Floyd bassist signs an open letter telling the electronic duo to not be fooled by Tel Aviv's cool vibe while a different petition accuses artists who perform in Israel of whitewashing apartheid. This set of Bach cantatas is not for beginners 2016-11-01T15:13:50.000000Z Though not all the performances are equally moving, this 55-CD box set from Japan of all Bach’s sacred cantatas is a high-quality mainstream compilation. An Israeli singer stuck between two centuries 2016-11-01T15:00:08.000000Z The transition between the the 20th and 21st centuries - between two planes of time and experience - is precisely where Eran Zur’s new album takes place. Leonard Cohen’s 'You Want It Darker': Still a whisperer, still a winner 2016-11-01T02:19:28.000000Z The Canadian minstrel still sometimes goes a bit heavy on the ennui, but his new album shows he remains a master of the spirit and the flesh. Bob Dylan breaks silence on Nobel Prize win: I appreciate the honor so much 2016-10-28T23:11:49.000000Z 'The news about the Nobel left me speechless,' the American singer-songwriter said of becoming the first musician to be awarded the prestigious literature prize. Vinyl is forever, in the margins of the Israeli music market 2016-10-28T01:00:50.000000Z Two decades after it was declared dead, vinyl is back. And as the sexy trend of records takes on among younger DJs, record prices are climbing.