Leap Day Wednesday Morning Music Shuffle – Not Ready Mix

It’s Leap Day – it only comes around once every four years, and it’s way cooler than the Presidential Elections.
So let us leap (yes, I did that) into a nifty little shuffle…
Kafka (no not the early 20th Century German writer, this Kafka is a alt-rock singer/songwriter from Burnley, Lancashire UK.   He writes passionate and driving songs.  The song is Jump Down from the album Mysterious Skin..  Give Kafka a try.
  <—– Mysterious Skin – Kafka – (Amazon.com)
The Drums are a Brooklyn-based band.  On Valentine’s Day, they released a cover of The Ronettes Do I Love You.  They have new music coming soon, but below is a link to last year’s Portamento album.

  <—-Portamento by The Drums @ Amazon.com

Band of Skulls are a UK band. They rock out on the track Death by Diamonds and Pearls from 2009’s Baby Darling Doll Face Honey.  They have a brand-spanking new album available now called Sweet Sour.

 <—–Baby Darling Doll Face Honey by Band of Skulls on Amazon (once you check out this album navigate around Amazon to check out Sweet Sour.

Finally, we have Just Stuph from our main man, H.C. representin’ the 6-1-5 via the 2-5-1.

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