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Golem Ain't Your Grandparents' Klezmer

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Golem Ain't Your Grandparents' Klezmer

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Golem Ain't Your Grandparents' Klezmer

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The New York City band Golem describe their music as punk-klezmer. Music critic Milo Miles says that on the group's new album, Tanz, they mange to find new ways to balance urban irreverence with folk tradition.

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