High Five: Imaginary Universe by Johnny Bregar

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

Celebrating everyday life as a child, this week’s High Five is a feel-good release by American musician, Johnny Bregar. It’s Imaginary Universe!

Johnny sets science education to upbeat song in 'Imaginary Universe', he shares his music love in acoustic guitar driven ballad 'I Play Music', and emphasises that sometimes smaller is just right in 'Tiny Little Car'.

With his rootsy, jazzy, bluesy, poppy sound, Johnny captures the imagination of kids across the globe.

Want to win a copy? Head to the Kinderling Facebook page to enter. Buy your album at cdbaby.com.

    Check out our latest High Fives

    Backstroke Raptor by The Story Pirates

    Q. What do you get when a comedy team starts turning children’s stories into songs A. This week’s hilarious High Five feature album - Backstroke Raptor by The Story Pirates

    Party Time! by The Wiggles

    That's right! The Wiggles are back with a brand new album! If you have something to celebrate in your family, then Party Time is the album for you - packed with…

    I Love Rainy Days by Daniel Tashian

    If your family loves feel-good, calm and catchy songs that highlight the simple joys in life, I Love Rainy Days by Daniel Tashian is the album for you Daniel Tashian…

    Can You Feel It by Jessa Campbell and the Saplings

    If your family loves twangy folk music and learning about the environment, Can You Feel It by Jessa Campbell and the Saplings is for you Based in  Portland, Jessa's musical…

    Hot Biscuits by Johnny and the Raindrops

    If you love twanging guitars and banging drums, you’ll love this week’s High Five feature album by Johnny and the Raindrops. The four-piece band have been putting on ‘gigs for…

    Earth People Fair by Formidable Vegetable

    Permaculture pop stars Formidable Vegetable are back with more nutritious beats on their new album 'Earth People Fair' The album contains some songs for bigger kids, some for grown-ups, but…