After bursting onto the ukulele scene with their debut album “Choose Your Own Misadventure“, backed with some knockout performances at various festivals, Plastic Jeezus have now returned to the studio with a 5 track EP (plus bonus track if you… Continue Reading →
Mr D is back with a ten track album of original songs ably backed by a few friends and family and indeed a choir at one point! The style of the CD is everything we have come expect from Phil… Continue Reading →
“Skin & Bones” is Phil Doleman’s first solo album in fifteen years. Wait. What? Really? Yes it’s true dear reader, this stalwart of the ukulele scene has been recording with others for quite some time and therefore been neglecting his… Continue Reading →
Eighteen months in the making we were happy to hear Izzy B has released a followup to her rather pleasing debut album. If the promise of her Facebook biography prevails it’s going to be joyful because the best music in… Continue Reading →
This chap from South Wales is no stranger to Uke Planet, his experimental digital wizardry pushing ukulele boundaries way over the rainbow. Whilst a definite nod to electronica is ever present, this is a lighter collection of cover versions taken… Continue Reading →
For ten years now this German one man band with a penchant for punk can often be seen with a drum on his back when he performs. A ukulele player and songwriter, Crispy Jones has released a new four track… Continue Reading →
A multi instrumentalist with a penchant for ukulele and bass guitar… ah, a man truly on my wavelength! This six track release promises a diverse mix of styles from a guy with a diverse musical background ranging from metal to American… Continue Reading →
Hailing from Brisbane, Australia we present The Pockets, a foursome of pure, close and spine tingling harmonies atop ukuleles from bass through to concert. This quartet persuade your ears to drift back in time to the 1940’s with their lush sumptuous… Continue Reading →
This plucky young comedic musician and songwriter has appeared on Uke Planet before and I suspect will continue to do so with his bold, witty and upbeat releases. As he matures his music is seasoning with him as is evident… Continue Reading →
I assume and would certainly hope that the majority of people reading this are familiar with the name Krabbers, The Hedge Inspectors and Unplugthewood. Mike and his wife Caroline have been champions on the UK scene for more years than… Continue Reading →
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