Quarterbox Lass sent me Matisyahu‘s “Live At Stubbs” album about six months ago, and it’s something I play a lot. It’s the kind of music that you chuck on the stereo when you have friends over, and by the end of four tracks they’re all wanting a copy. Infectious, interesting, vibrant. Jonathan Kramnick at 3quarksdaily has an eloquent post all about Matisyahu and his growing audience in the mainstream.
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