Scruffy, Indie folk-rock from Transylvania

I have a lot of things to share about what I have been doing lately. I’m not lazy when it comes to writing, I just can’t find the time to do it all, sorry.
In no particular order:
– my hairy face has got some special attention from the cool people @ Milky Tea Kid, they run a blog and organize events around Guildford, UK. They have introduced me to such great artists as J.R. Cigar (very much like Fleet Foxes, real cool band) and Van Dave (inspiring singer/songwriter, also from Guildford).
– the competition to win free signed copies of my “Monsters In Rome” record is still on over @ Mojophenia, plus they feature some really cool bands on a regular basis.
– my stuff has also been featured on Perfect Porridge, a really cool mp3 blog that I have been following for a long time.
– I recorded a song to mock the official ball used in the 2010 FIFA World Cup, even made it into a single – Jabulani (Adidas Ball Parody). It’s free to download or to use in any project, even commercial ones. Give it a listen below and share it if you like it, there’s a function for that, as you will notice. Or, alternatively you could go to the original post, or straight to the music page for more info on this.

<a href="" >Jabulani (Adidas Ball Parody) by Indie Folker</a>

– I have this habit of listening to music on sites like Grooveshark because they are just friggin’ cool, so I made my music available on there. Just do a search and away you go.
– the schedule of my England tour so far: London venues from August 14th to 19th, Manchester on the 20th, Stoke-on-trent on the 21st, London again on the 23rd. I will make all that necessary info available soon enough.

Jabulani Ball Parody (Free Download)

Posted by admin On June - 21 - 2010 ADD COMMENTS

The Adidas Jabulani ball is the official match ball for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The word Jabulani means “rejoice” in Zulu. Adidas has payed many footballers to say the Jabulani is a good ball, though complaints against it from both players and goalkeepers are many. The ball is said to be very light, difficult to predict and even more difficult to control. Adidas refuses to acknowledge the mistake and on several occasions has had different spokesmen blame the players for incompetence.

<a href="" >Jabulani (Adidas Ball Parody) by Indie Folker</a>

This is my contribution to the FIFA World Cup 2010. Feel free to download the song, use it on any project you wish, even commercial, I will allow it all.

There is also a video in the making, so make sure to check back here on the site or on the Indie Folker YouTube channel later this week for that.

The Jabulani is not the first ball to have caused such a response as the official ball of the 2006 FIFA World Cup, the Teamgeist was also known to be somewhat unpredictable. Not as much as the Jabulani however. There are some very good YouTube videos demonstrating this exact thing. Check them out by clicking here.