Welcome to a JDub Kids and Kveller Passover movie production, “starring a talking, walking, fame-obsessed and more-glam-than-glam seder plate.” Your kids just might pause in their hunt for the afikoman to catch a glimpse of Seder Plate and his fabulous friends, Maror, Charoset, Karpas, Z’roa, and Beitzah!
are delighted to share the BRAND NEW video for “Billy Bagel” with the world! Once again, The Fantastic Heat Brothers have used their unique illustrations to help bring the Macaroons‘ music to life! Check it out!
Yesterday I was just casually browsing the net, looking around for great Jewish articles, and suddenly I found THIS. Yeah, that’s what you think it is: a 2nd and 3rd grade elementary school class reviewing the Macaroons’ Let’s Go Coconuts!
In honor of Passover, 4 questions:
Do you love the Macaroons?
Do you like to color?
Are you interested in the personal hygiene of biblical characters?
Have you ever wondered what the Prophet Elijah looks like when he’s looking for a bathroom?
Then printing out THIS coloring sheet is for you!
Matzoh Ball (Don’t Kick It) -
? Well, imagine that instead of Sylvester Stallone, the iconic movie actually starred a determined little matzoh ball. That’s definitely the best way to describe the brand NEW video for the Macaroons’ “Matzoh Ball (Don’t Kick It)”, which I have included above. Thanks to the Fantastic Heat Brothers for their fantastic animation!
Like what you see? The album, Let’s Go Coconuts!, will be available in-stores April 6th. Can’t wait until then? Get it from the JDub web store!
The Macaroons - Seder Plate
JDub Kids 1st band The Macaroons want to wish everyone and their families a happy passover. In celebration of the holiday, we have some great Macaroons music now available in the JDub Webstore.
These and other great deals at store.jdubrecords.org
The NY Jewish Week is running a great article about new JDUB KIDS band the Macaroons! The piece finds Jewish Week writer George Robinson in conversation with Macaroon Dan Saks. Check it out HERE, with full text below the cut.
“The band’s Passover EP (cunningly titled “The Macaroons’ Passover EP”) is a good example of the approach the group has taken. It opens with big booming bass drum beats and some nifty Ray Davies-style guitar skronk, and then slips effortlessly into witty power-pop with more than a hint of Davies and the early Kinks. The lyrics are both silly and funny, a good combination for reaching an audience of children and their parents, and the end result is catchy fun.”
The Macaroons- Matzoh Ball (Don’t Kick It)
The Macaroons are doing a family passover concert at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Battery City. Grab the kids & your dancing shoes and be sure to check out The Macaroons on March 14th at the museum.
Sunday, March 14th
@ Museum of Jewish Heritage (36 Battery Place / Battery Park City)