Entertainment For The Braindead is pretty much the reason I got interested in ukes, if not her, I wouldn't play one right now (yup, I'm writing this post and playing an uke at the same time, it's what you can achieve by this instrument, a higher form of spiritual development, true story). EFTB is a one-girl project, Julia Kotowski is from Germany, and is getting more and more popularity in underground music circles. All of her albums were released for free in netlabels. The records themself are pretty homemade, she recorded the first ones in her parents living room by using an USB microphone, so the quality isn't killer, but it doesn't matter, you can still get the vibe of her beautiful voice.
'Roadkill' is a set of 10 songs, mostly played with uke, but you can hear a mandolin from time to time and other random sounds coming from house objects that Julia found useful. It's not an album for everyday listen. Something to get relaxed to before an intensive day or during a long trip. It's calm, soothing and in some way refreshing. Like a pleasant feel of clean, chilly water on your face on an early morning. It's not for everyone, just like this music. Either you love it or hate it.