Crossposted from New Voices Magazine
I actually gasped out loud when I read the press release from JDub Records President and CEO Aaron Bisman this morning:
I’m writing to let you know that after almost 9 years in operation, JDUB’s Board of Directors has decided to wind down the organization.
There are Jews all over the place creating brand-new Jewish art and culture, but very few places collecting it and serving it up to the masses. And soon there will be one less.
JDub, aside from discovering Matisyahu and a lot of other great new Jewish musicians, helped create the Six Points Fellowship for artists and adopted the struggling online Jewish arts and culture magazine Jewcy.