It seems like anything Hebrew/Israeli is cool at the moment. Vayizaku means to 'call out' in Hebrew and is a solo musician (Albert Kahn, a native of New Jersey) who plays a sort of pop punk that will appeal to fans of Blink 182 or maybe even Green Day. Kahn plays all the instruments on the 13-track independent album and is a modern one-man band. There are 12 self-penned tunes on the album and a cover of the song, "Solidarity Forever". The album comes with the bonus of a full-length version of the video of the first single off the album, "You Know How to Roll". The music is catchy, bouncy and will induce much bobbing of head and full bodies when you listen to it.