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Multi-instrumentalist, composer and songwriter who's bought a few Bandcamp albums in his time... and recorded a few too (as "TA Walker").
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  1. Great British Holiday EPs
    by Darren Hayman
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    Rain All Summertime (Ukulele Songs from the North Devon Coast EP) Rain All Summertime (Ukulele Songs from the North Devon Coast EP)
    This compiles the four EPs recorded by the ex-Hefner frontman on his holidays round the UK from 2003-2005. Quirky lo-fi songs with ukuleles, guitars, retro electronica and Hayman's keen observational lyrics. Great intro to his work.
  2. Florence
    by Darren Hayman
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    From the Square to the Hill From the Square to the Hill
    A reflective, understated delight, recorded solo by Hayman over Christmas 2014 in his friends' apartment in Florence. Possibly another perfect late-night listen?
  3. Easy Days
    by Lindsay Sarah
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    Little Lullaby Little Lullaby
    Intimate, heartfelt ukulele-pop (with a bit of guitar here and there for variety) - a good one to curl up with late at night :-)
  4. Sleepless Nights & Christmas Lights (EP)
    by A.V. Marchese
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    Goodbye Summer Goodbye Summer
    What does a recording musician do when posted to a dorm in a strange town, with only a computer, mike, ukulele and a $20 guitar from eBay? If you're Augie Marchese: come up with a engaging mini-album of assured acoustic rock :-)
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  5. Roman Candle
    by Elliott Smith
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    Roman Candle Roman Candle
  6. if i got smaller grew wings and flew away for good
    by Bedbug
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    songs about ghosts <3 songs about ghosts <3
    If I call this "dream pop", it's because it sounds like the soundtrack to one. Woozy atmosphere; tinkling, toy instrument-like sounds; snatches of half-remembered conversation; buried vocals on the threshold of hearing... and that's all meant to be a compliment :-)
  7. How Sad, How Lovely
    by Connie Converse
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    Talkin' Like You (Two Tall Mountains) Talkin' Like You (Two Tall Mountains)
    Decades after Elizabeth "Connie" Converse (1924-?1974) vanished without a trace, the enigmatic, poetic songs she wrote and recorded in the 1950s finally found the audience they deserved. Very much of their era, yet somehow also timeless.
  8. Homesick
    by Chris Price
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    That's Your Boyfriend That's Your Boyfriend
    Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer... and iPhone-recording pioneer? Back in 2012, Chris Price found out that his new iPhone could be turned into a 4-track recorder... and this set was the result. Even better, the recording medium is irrelevant: "Homesick" is simply a great retro-power-pop album.
  9. The Hallicombe Sessions
    by Tony Hazzard
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    The Spice Trader The Spice Trader
    Since penning hits for the likes of The Hollies, Manfred Mann and Cliff Richard in the 60s, Tony Hazzard has continued to record and perform his songs in the UK and beyond. This album sets his compositions in an intimate acoustic setting.
  10. A Ukulele Christmas
    by Ben's Ukulele Road Trips
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    Let It Snow Let It Snow
    Ben is a singer-songwriter who takes his ukuleles travelling with him, and writes and records new songs based on the places he visits, blogging and podcasting as he goes. His uke-based Christmas album has two sides - cheery and more pensive - and if you never thought of "ukulele" and "Christmas" together, this album may help you!
  11. In Chimp World
    by The Cleaners From Venus
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    The Shadows and Me The Shadows and Me
    "In Chimp World" sounds so similar in production to "English Electric" (also released in 2011), that I can imagine them together as a double-album. Chief "Cleaner" Martin Newell serves up another platter of choice cuts, possessing a 60s pop ethic whilst avoiding being a slavish clone of his influences.