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New music: Miqedem

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Shalom Messianic music fans,There’s a great new Israeli band now playing on Chavah Messianic Radio:Miqedem – MiqedemI *really* love this album; in my opinion, it is breaking new ground in the Messianic genre through its eastern sound that breaks away from the common, even tired sound of Western Messianic and Christian music.It’s produced by someone who’s experienced in Messianic music: Jamie Hilsden of King of Kings Assembly in Jerusalem. Jamie’s previous work, L’Dor v’Dor, has become one of the highest-ranked albums on Chavah. I’m certain this new self-titled album by Miqedem will surpass their previous success.Miqedem's debut self-titled album is a genre-melding collection of songs taken from the Hebrew Tanach. Based out of Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel, Miqedem's music reflects the culture of a city caught between worlds.You can purchase the new Miqedem album for a simple $7 (yes, just seven dollars; the cost of lunch!) at the Miqedem Bandcamp page. You can also donate to Miqedem t…

Chavah v3 is here!

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Big news, friends. I am glad and overjoyed to announce: The brand new version of Chavah Messianic Radio is here! This new version works better on mobile, has more awesome features, is more secure, faster, smoother, and no longer requires the now-defunct Persona service to sign in. Woo-freakin'-hoo! Chavah Messianic Radiohttps://messianicradio.comEven though some features are still baking – hearts, chat, a revamped profile, and sharing, to name a few – I felt it was important to release Chavah v3 now. Chavah v2, built back in 2012, was showing its age, utilizing some now-obsolete technology. This new version is a complete rewrite with brand-spankin’ new tech for the modern web – oh yes!
How far we’ve comeChavah has come a very long way, fine Kineti readers. And it all started right here on the Kineti blog. Back in February 2010, I built Chavah v1 and announced it right here on the blog: The first version of Chavah, introduced back in 2010. Humble beginnings!That first version …