High Five: Sing to Me by Kyle Riley

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

Good children’s music is good for all of us, as is the mantra of Irish musician Kyle Riley, and his release Sing To Me reflects just that. The twenty-two-track album is our High Five album this week and it’s well worth a full listen.

Some of our favourites include the garage vibes of ‘Astronaut’, the repetitive, folky refrain of ‘Down to the Riverside’ and the campfire singalong of ‘We’re Gonna Have Some Fun'.

At its core, Sing To Me is a truly well-made indie album, and that’s why it’s our High Five feature album this week.

To win a copy, head to the Kinderling Kids Radio Facebook page.

    Check out our latest High Fives

    Passing Clouds by Kate Oliver

    Passing Clouds is an album of mindfulness songs for kids and their grownups, by mindfulness teacher Kate Oliver. Covering themes like our own thoughts, big strong feelings, gratitude and more…

    The Silly Galahs

    Celebrating the sights and sounds of Australia, our High Five this week is The Silly Galahs’ debut, self-titled album! Filled with character and fun imagery, the release will be an…

    Inside I Shine by Danny Weinkauf and the Red Pants Band

    Designed for playtime, the class room and dance breaks, Inside I Shine by Danny Weinkauf and the Red Pants Band is our High Five this week You may recognise Danny’s…

    Now the Day is Over by Innocence Mission

    Need help calming the kids down? The Innocence Mission’s album Now the Day is Over should help! It’s our High Five this week It’s a delightful collection of lullabies and…

    20 Songs in 20 Days by Hullabaloo

    Gather round the campfire! This week’s High Five is a quaint collection of country influenced tunes. It’s 20 Songs in 20 Days by Hullabaloo. The whole beautiful album is the…

    Fantastic Voyages by Yo Gabba Gabba

    Who loves Yo Gabba Gabba?! Their classic album Fantastic Voyages is five years old, and out on old school vinyl, so we’re revisiting it with a High Five These…