Music Review - Gustafer Yellowgold’s Infinity Sock

Over the Easter break we loaded up the car with snacks, pillows and super fun music and headed off on a day trip up to the Glass House Mountains {Sunshine Coast of QLD}. It’s a trip that we’ve been taking for going on 30 years since I was just a little whipper snapper myself! At the top of the CD stacker we had “Infinity Sock”, the latest album {fourth set in the series} from the jovial Gustafer Yellowgold.

Gustafer Yellowgold’s Infinity Sock

Gustafer Yellowgold was created by Morgan Taylor, a man with an impressive music background that has seen him sharing bills with artists such as Bob Dylan {cool}, WILCO and The Breeders {among others}. His little yellow creation, Gustafer, is a friendly cone-headed dude who came to Earth from the sun to find new adventures, often being caught up in all sorts of shenanigans. His best buddies include the a cheeky pterodactyl named Forrest Applecrumbie, who staved off extinction with a sharp sense of fashion {LOL!} and a pet eel named Slim {short for Slimothy}. For recreation, he enjoys punching cheese and jumping on cake. Intrigued?

Gustafer Yellowgold’s Infinity Sock comes in a CD/DVD set which gives you the option to listen to the songs on their own or experience them as part of an animated video adventure. The storyline follows young Gustafer on a journey that begins with him washing his pet eel’s laundry but soon turns into a madcap adventure searching for the toe-end of the longest sock in the universe. Along the way you’ll meet a range of oddball characters, have more than a few giggles and learn to look at the world in a slightly different way.

The songs on Gustafer Yellowgold’s Infinity Sock are fun, folksy {with an alternative slant}, quirky and a just little bit absurd… the best way to be! You can view more video’s on the Gustafer Yellowgold website. Best suited to children 4 years and up.


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