How in the merry hell did it get to be November already? The year is fast disappearing and I’ve got a lot planned so here are my favourite ukulele albums and EPs of the year. Let me know what yours are in the comments.
If you aren’t satiated by these take a listen to more of this year’s releases in my Ukulele 2014 Spotify playlist.
James Hill – The Old Silo
Who? Canuck uke legend, world’s best ukulelist and and not Alan Sugar’s apprentice.
What? James’s first album with no instrumental tracks at all but plenty of nasty-ass distorted baritone ukulele.
Keston Cobblers Club – Pocket Guide to Escaping
Who? Instrument swapping folkies coming straight outta Bromley.
What? Another top collection of singalong, foot-stomping, good time music.
Arroyo Deathmatch – Through the Fear of It
What? “Nocturnal New Mexican Rage Folk” proving acoustic instruments are not just for pussies and grandpas.
Purple Ferdinand – The Dragonfly EP
Who? London singer songwriter and Ed Sheeran tattooist.
What? Spacey ukulele soul. And it’s free.
Allo Darlin’ – We Come from the Same Place
Who? Australian songstress who recorded her first record at Duke of Uke.
What? Third album of ukulele indie pop.