High Five: No School Today by Danny Weinkauf

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

This week’s High Five feature album is by Danny Weinkauf, once better known as the bassist from We Might Be Giants. He’s now thrown himself into the wild world of family music – and he’ll have you buckling in for a fun, zany ride through a range of musical genres.

You’ll blast off in to space in The Moon is Made of Cheesesing along to prehistoric discoveries in Archaeology, marvel at modern medicine in The Kidney That Lived in Four People, and even get a little sentimental in Our Love Fits.

It’s really got something for everyone, and that’s why it’s getting a BIG High Five from us this week.

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