High Five: Zigzag and the Astronauts

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

Win our High Five Album!

This week Kinderling High Fives an album that is out-of-this-world - Zigzag and the Astronauts

A fictional group of fun-loving animals, Zigzag and the Astronauts travel through the galaxy playing rock music for kids. Behind it all - Marcus Wynwood - an Aussie musician creating space jams that are catchy, funny AND educational. 

Listen in all this week for an interplanetary family adventure through their cosmic tunes. 

Win a copy! 

This comp has now closed. Thanks for entering!

We’re giving away 10 copies of Zigzag and the Astronauts.  To go into the draw, email us your name and postal address. Entries close midnight, Wednesday May 24. See the terms and conditions.

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