Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Lullatone



This has got to be the cutest album I’ve laid my ears on in a good long while. As described by Wikipedia: Lullatone is a popular music group based in Nagoya, Japan, whose music is characterized by an innocent, child-like quality and spare, lo-fi sounds. Although the group refers to their style of music as "pajama-pop", it is commonly included in such musical subgenres as Twee pop, Indie pop and Electronica. It draws influence from such diverse sources as Bossa Nova, French pop music of the 1960s, children's songs and Musique concrète.”

From what I’ve heard so far, it’s all instrumental but so delightful that I think this music would be lovely playing in the background while crafting. With tracks titled “finding a leaf in your girlfriend's hair” & “riding a bike down a big hill and taking your feet off of the pedals” how can you not be delighted? Buy yourself a copy of their latest album “Soundtracks For Everyday Adventures” here.

1 comment:

shelbybaby said...

i love lullatone! they're hilarious (if there's anything called hilarious music). they produced an album for hello kitty which is how i knew about them in the first place. and the cd is transparent.. wahaha cool!