It’s hot. Real hot. Crazy hot…for May. Tomorrow we go to the Appel Farm Music Fest in NJ and it will be hot there too. But Brandi Carlile is playing, so it’s cool. That is apropos of exactly nothing. Here’s why you’re here: to get the skinny on five of […]
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Before I depart for Kindiefest, where I will speak, enlighten, and possibly embarrass, here are some quick-ish thoughts on four new-ish albums from the world of all-ages music. That’s right, it’s the Golden Age of Family Music Report Card for April ’13! Cue applause and wild Kermit-esque arm movements!! Moona […]
Underbirds self-titled Kindie worlds collide as biggies from each coast form an under-the-radar supergroup. Gustafer Yellowgold’s Morgan Taylor and Todd McHatton of “I Think I’m A Bunny” fame started Underbirds after discovering they share a fondness for early 80′s arena rock, comic books, vegan food, and metaphysical Arbor Day imagery. […]
Last summer, we saw a lot of Baltimore. Okay, to be completely factual here, we saw a little of Baltimore, a lot. You see, geographically speaking, Baltimore is located along the semi-straight line that is the route between our home in Southeastern PA and Washington D.C., and our nation’s capital […]
Many parents would say that it’s a difficult task for educational music and media to ingratiate itself to full-family enjoyment. Whereas modern, non-lesson-centric children’s music, videos & books will often pull lovingly on the heartstrings of a parent while simultaneously bringing exuberant joy to a youngster, curriculum-based media tends to […]
Let’s just face the facts, shall we? OWTK has changed. I will continue to be family music’s toughest critic and most fearless champion (patent pending), but the long form reviews I absolutely do enjoy writing may not be in the cards going forward. At least not as often (often, lately, […]