Music In My Earholes: ProleteR, Esbe, P.SUS, Gideon Conn

And now…another installment of Music In My Earholes!


ProleteR takes old music — often jazz -swing from the 1920s — and puts sick beats and his own bass lines to it. Guaranteed to feel cool while listening to his tunes.

You can hear his music in my podcast, Musicateur.


Something about this song puts me at ease. Sit down and take a listen and see what you feel.

You can also hear his music in my podcast.


Imagine “Singing In The Rain” but with a beat. That’s P.SUS.

Gideon Conn

You wouldn’t think a British singer-songwriter and artist would put out a hip-hop album. But this one did, and it’s a lot of fun. Conn’s song, “Sweet Music,” ended up being the theme song for Musicateur.

Music In My Ears: Jon Foreman, Jono McCleery, And More…

Here’s another installment of some music that’s been in my ears lately.

I’ve embedded one song from each of the artists’ albums, and I suggest you listen to these songs in order, sort of like a mutt EP.

Please enjoy.

ProleteR – Tribute to the Masters Vol. 2

Jono McCleery – Pagodes

The Greg Foat Group – The Dancers at the Edge of Time

The Milk – Favourite Worry

Jon Foreman – Welcome to the Wonderlands