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Diwon does Jewish History remix, NYC, Mar 23-27, 2008

diwonDiwon has been invited to dig into the archives of the Jewish Museum and to sample, cut up and create new songs from the sound sources. The proect is entitled, "That Yemenite Kid" and will run from March 23rd - 27th 2008 at the Jewish Museum

The exhibit is live and open to the public between 10am - 5pm
Location: The Jewish Museum 1109 Fifth Ave, NYC

Thursday, March 27th
Price: FREE
Time: tba
NOTE: Special live set as part of Diwon's "That Yemenite Kid" exhibit

Diwon (ne Erez Safar) a.k.a. dj handler is the founder and director of Shemspeed (largest, most diverse Jewish music site), Modular Mood Records (an independent record label), Hip Hop Sulha, and The Sephardic Music Festival. As the brains behind Modular Moods and many of the hyped parties in and around NYC, Diwon defies musical stereotypes. As a multicultural maestro, he produces a mix of Yemenite and Sephardic music blended with electro hip hop beats. He frequently collaborates with non-electronic musicians, creating textural fusions of live and recorded sound. diwon's music, style, and presence get famous US clubs to resemble the craziest festivals abroad.

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