Did ya miss me? I took January off to reboot the engines for a sweet free 10-song February 2015 kindie playlist featuring my favorite song of the moment by vogelJoy, a darling & dense new tune from Gustafer Yellowgold, some weirdness from Bunny Clogs and Turkey Andersen, and a hilarious […]
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Huge thanks to Annenberg Center for sponsoring this month’s podcast. The performing arts theater located in University City Philly has the silent madcap adventures of MUMMENSCHANZ on stage from 12/11-12/14. Find out more and buy tickets here. Brrrr. It is December. It is cold. And I am sick. Surprisingly, this […]
This song from Animal Tales, the new album by the incomparable Key Wilde & Mr. Clarke is my absolute favorite kindie tune of the moment. And that moment is going on 4 weeks old. There’s something quietly seductive about that Spanish acoustic lead guitar, dancing eloquently in the gaps, as […]
Hear great songs from Justin Roberts, Lunch Money, Caspar Babypants, Recess Monkey, Okee Dokee Brothers, and more in the special animal habitat edition of the OWTK Kid’s Music Monthly Podcast!
Happy spring, happy baseball season! Here’s the playlist for the April episode of the OWTK Kid’s Music Monthly. Thanks to Lola’s Math Train for sponsoring this episode. Read the OWTK review of the new Nintendo 3DS game, and visit them at LolaPanda.com Underbirds “Bright Leaf” from Underbirds Recess Monkey “Bunk […]
While I haven’t yet gotten around to publishing (or, um, writing) a review of “Swings!”, the sophomore kindie album from the Nashville, TN jazz outfit Coal Train Railroad (or any other kid’s CD for that matter), I do like it very much. And I love love love their 2010 self-titled […]
If you find yourself here because of this morning’s spirited debate on WHYY’s Radio Times regarding what music you should be playing for your young children, hey there. Thanks for finding your way to OWTK. If you are in a hurry, here’s my Best Kid’s Music Section and the rundown […]
It came upon a midnight clear and what do my wondering eyes should appear but a Christmas music compilation album from some of kindie music’s best and brightest. The album is called Kris Kindie and includes a nice mix of original & traditional Christmas songs from the likes of Sugar […]