Posts Tagged ‘Mujaji’

Please Please Please

May 22, 2009

Wild flowers grow in the park
Summertime and it melts into dark
Dancing together at night until two
You’re cheering me up and I’m thanking you

New Buffalo

Cheer Me Up Thank You

A brand new podcast is up today. As always you can find it over there or subscribe on iTunes. This one is mostly music as I squeezed in 5 songs.  Featured artists:

1) The sublime New Buffalo.

2) Canadian roots all-star Colin Linden.

3) Soundtrack-esque The Flaps.

4) Talented Torontonian Amer Diab.

5) Star of tv and film (music) Mujaji.



Not Near Enough

January 26, 2009

Praise the Lord above and sell, sell, sell

David Gray

Sell, Sell, Sell

New podcast is finally up!

In this episode I reveal 3 albums that I think people should listen to, because they probably haven’t.  I am also aware that people are having a hard time keeping up with my podcast schedule, so I am contemplating a change. I haven’t made a firm decision yet, but I will.

This week’s show features music by two artists.

First up is another Shameless Records act, Leisure Co.  They are mainly a side project for several West Coast musicians, and their tunes are infectious. You can find out more about them and get more of their music here.

The other group on this week’s show is Mujaji. A Canadian-American-British grou that seems to have specialized in creating licensed music for film and tv. Their electronic music is well crafted, catchy, and highly entertaining. Although they don’t really function as a group anymore they are stil worth checking out here.  There will be more music from the members of Mujaji in the future, stay tuned to The Alder Fork for that.

Short post today because of the podcast, back tomorrow with some usual content.