High Five: Heaps Decent

Each week Kinderling gives a HIGH FIVE to music, artists, albums and other stuff we think is awesome!

Heaps Decent is a highly creative team of people who devote their skills and time to support change and positive futures in the lives of children and young people. They do this through the production of high quality Australian music, in Australian voices, and using Australian stories.

From the urban inner city streets to remote outback towns, kids and young people from right across Australia are encouraged and supported to reimagine their unique stories, environments, challenges and aspirations through rhythm, song, beats and rhymes.

Heaps Decent is an organization that we think is heaps great and heaps important and supports kids to make music that is heaps awesome! So for that and all the great things they do, they get our High Five this week.

Read more about Heaps Decent on their website

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    1. Dinner Time
    Artist
    Heaps Decent
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    2. Animals We Love
    Artist
    Heaps Decent
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    3. Jump On The Bus
    Artist
    Heaps Decent
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    4. Clap Your Hands
    Artist
    Heaps Decent
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    5. In Our Class
    Artist
    Heaps Decent

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