Zusha is an American Hasidic folk/ soul band from Manhattan, New York. They formed in 2013 with lead singer Shlomo Gaisin, guitarist Zachariah Goldschmiedt, and drummer Elisha Mlotek. The band, named after Zusha of Hanipol, combines traditional Hasidic with secular styles like jazz, folk, and reggae.
BH sooo excited to share our new song 'DOV BER' Inspired by Dov Ber, a special guy we met in LA who reminded us that every melody is precious, every person unique, and every moment perfect. Hope he enjoys and you :) lchayim Filmed and edited by Ora Dekornfeld : http://www.ora-d.com/ Audio Mixed by Jon Seale of Mason Jar Music Audio Recorded by Jack Goodman Cover Graphics by Taylor Ashton
A song of there's you can only find on YouTube and a personal favorite.
RELIGION | The three members of Zusha were raised amid varying flavors of Jewish culture. But call Zusha a "Jewish band," and the musicians will balk at the label. "We don't want to be a Jewish band that stays in the world of Jewish music," singer Shlomo Ari Gaisin, 23, told The Huffington Post while sipping a beer at a bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
The latest Tweets from Zusha (@zushamusic). Sweet sweet melodies from the highest of highs... https://t.co/WnjrAyY8sZ. NYC
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Zusha is a band of holy hassidic hipsters. Zusha is Carlebach-style for the new generation. Zusha is the future of Jewish music. Truthfully, the trio, comprised of Shlomo Ari Gaisin, Elisha Mendl Mlotek and Zachariah Goldshmiedt, is all of these things and infinitely more.
Praying With Zusha "Our mask during the year is that we're in the music industry; really, we're in the prayer industry" -Shlomo Gaisin, Zusha Between Performance and Prayer During Zusha's sound check, Shlomo objects to the sophisticated sound effects and electronic voice modifiers, crying out "I just wanna sound like me!"
Rabbi Meshulam Zusha of Hanipol or Meshulum Zusil of Anipoli (1718-1800), Reb Zusha, Reb Zushe, The Rebbe Reb Zusha (sometimes spelled Zusil, Zoussia, Zušya, Zushya, Zushia, Zisha of Anipoli ) was an Orthodox rabbi and an early Hasidic luminary and well-known tzaddik.