Posts Tagged: Plïnkï Plønkï

Plïnkï Plønkï’s Mïxey Wïxey

We’ve got a fun one for you today, as might be expected from a U.K. band named Plïnkï Plønkï who describes themselves as “a 50-piece ensemble that doesn’t exist.” Bucking the trend, they don’t put their own music in the

Plïnkï Plønkï’s Mïxey Wïxey

We’ve got a fun one for you today, as might be expected from a U.K. band named Plïnkï Plønkï who describes themselves as “a 50-piece ensemble that doesn’t exist.” Bucking the trend, they don’t put their own music in the

Plïnkï Plønkï ~ Pangur Din

Plïnkï Plønkï “tries to create songs that sound like memories,” and on Pangur Din, they succeed.  The new album is as restful as an album can be without causing drowsiness; it’s like the warm blur of a first drink.  The tape is

Plïnkï Plønkï ~ Pangur Din

Plïnkï Plønkï “tries to create songs that sound like memories,” and on Pangur Din, they succeed.  The new album is as restful as an album can be without causing drowsiness; it’s like the warm blur of a first drink.  The tape is

ACL 2018 ~ The Happiest Music of the Year

This is our list of the happiest music we’ve reviewed in 2018.  As Ren & Stimpy once put it, “Happy, happy, joy, joy!”  But what type of music fits the definition?  There’s a wide variety of happy music on the

ACL 2018 ~ The Happiest Music of the Year

This is our list of the happiest music we’ve reviewed in 2018.  As Ren & Stimpy once put it, “Happy, happy, joy, joy!”  But what type of music fits the definition?  There’s a wide variety of happy music on the

Plïnkï Plønkï ~ Happy Birthday

The Republic of Iceland was founded on June 17, 1944.  To mark the occasion, Plïnkï Plønkï has prepared an album that sounds like a party, packed with birthday songs addressed to people who share their names.  The idea is that people

Plïnkï Plønkï ~ Happy Birthday

The Republic of Iceland was founded on June 17, 1944.  To mark the occasion, Plïnkï Plønkï has prepared an album that sounds like a party, packed with birthday songs addressed to people who share their names.  The idea is that people