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We Tigers – La Madrague

Sometimes a YouTube video comes along that reviews itself in its beauty. Just click, listen, absorb, enjoy… and then click it again! Well I guess I had better say a little something, but I find myself carried away with thoughts… Continue Reading →

Norman & Norma – The Divine Comedy

It really isn’t every day I get to talk about one of my favourite non-ukulele based bands on Uke Planet. But today, oh glorious day, I have an excuse. The Divine Comedy have a new album, “Office Politics”, the lead… 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 ...

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...

We Tigers

I have been meaning to write something about We Tigers for quite some time. As The Grand Norther...

Ukulele Russ – Laundry

Well, it's happened again. Facebook said "hey Mike, check this out" (Thank you Mary!) and the skills, boundaries and all out talent to be found in the ukulele world has blown me away. Ladies an...

Eat My Uke – Rage Against The Machine

Ah Rage Against The Machine, a band like no other and certainly one of the greatest debut albums I ever heard. What if right, there was someon...

Samantha Muir – Grant Us Peace

Samantha Muir's work is no stranger to Uke Planet and indeed we have in the past offered nothing but praise for her delightful

Imelda May – Dreaming

I have to tell you something. Are you sitting down? Imelda May isn't a ukulele artist. She's an Irish musician with a tremendous voice with...

Rawuke – Come As You Are

Spending my student years bouncing around the 1990's I have an affinity with many bands of that era including the happy Britpop end of the scale with the likes of parklife protagonists 

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