Sounds distilled

Hamazkeka is a precious little – albeit growing – gem which should be savored and nurtured by one and all, and especially by the local powers that be.

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August 4, 2017 09:27
Sounds distilled

Hamazkeka: Celebrating its third birthday with a two-day feast of eclectic musical fare. (photo credit: DANA DECKTOR)

 
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Booze and music go together like, well, a horse and carriage… and marriage. The conjoined imbibing thereof has been around since time immemorial.

So it makes perfect sense to have a music outlet called Hamazkeka (The Distillery), which has been doing sterling work in downtown Jerusalem for the past three years.

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