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Andydan – The Eight Thousands

Our friend Andydan has featured on these humble digital pages before with his debut release Rhythm & Sound. For those unfamiliar with Andy’s technique and sound I suggest you take a look at the previous review to get to the… Continue Reading →

The League Of Ukulele Gentlemen – Sea Of Change

Take three chaps with a generous smattering of facial hair, give them a couple of rather nice ukuleles, a flea bass, synthesizer, massive pedal board and a spread of fancy hats and the result would be and indeed is a… Continue Reading →

The Black Orchid String Band

In a slightly lazy way I want to simply paste the official information about this band… The Black Orchid String Band is made up of West Papuan musicians and activists currently based in Melbourne who use music to maintain the… Continue Reading →

Marc Gallagher – Bees Keep Buzzing

We've reviewed Mr Gallagher before with his excellent album so it was a pleasure to receive a new link from him, this time in the form of a video single. We love a video but how wonderfully ...

Lauren Bird – I’m Not

Hot on the heels of Lauren Bird‘s 2017 debut album “The Inbetween” comes “I’m Not”, a terrific uptempo new single from this rising Northern Irish star. Starting out with a scratch, a strum and a shake one can be forgiven… Continue Reading →

Amelia Coburn EP

It’s only been 12 months since Amelia Coburn‘s terrific voice, ukulele and exploratory cover versions found her a nomination for the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Awards and even less time since she reduced the GNUF audience to dazed amazement…. Continue Reading →

The Mersey Belles

Of all the ukulele artists whose review is long long long overdue it’s The Mersey Belles for Danielle Laura Perkins (Nancy) and Lindsey Stainthorpe (Pearl) are a duo who have been wooing audiences for five glorious years now with their… Continue Reading →

Opera-lele – A Night On Broadway

Opera-lele are back with their second CD this time taking their powerful voices out of the opera houses and into the West End. It’s a pure delight to see how this duo are progressing to even greater heights through this… Continue Reading →

Tyrone & Lesley – Optimism

Lurking in deepest darkest Brisbane, one wears a fez and plays soprano uke, one wears a bowler and plays double bass. It already sounds great doesn’t it! These two characters have a terrific ukulele pedigree and performing partnership having first… Continue Reading →

Zacq & Mari – Drawn To You

With so many dreadful things dominating the media it is so refreshing to find something that just makes you happy. For many of us the ukulele provides this on a regular basis for this duet it w...

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