Sing Your Way to a Growth Mindset!
There are myriad ways to foster growth mindset behaviors in young people and song is one terrific way to communicate that we value growth mindset thinking! We are excited to share this artist with you.
Southern Life Magazine
Dancing to the beat of his own drum
Matthew Braithwaite had his future all planned out and it was all going to script. After finishing school in Mount Gambier, his family home, he went to university in Adelaide to study Industrial Design, majoring in furniture design. "I absolutely loved it," Matthew said. With degree in hand, he moved to Western Australia to work in the furniture manufacturing industry and his career was off to a flyer...
Matthew Braithwaite Have a Go!
Former Mount Gambier man Matthew Braithwaite has developed a children's song and learning program that has been picked up globally. Matthew's living in China these days, but at the moment he's back in the region visiting family. ABC South East SA had a great time catching up with Matthew after he finished performing his music live for the first time at children's Storytime at the Mount Gambier Library.
Matthew Braithwaite is new kid on the block in Australian children's music scene
Not many children's songs are written about getting your finger jammed in a car door, but Matthew Braithwaite's catchy tune Owie! is not standard fare. If the 50 dancing, cheering kids listening at Mount Gambier Library, in South Australia's south-east, are anything to go by, Braithwaite is onto a winner.
Arts Breakfast on Radio Adelaide
Let's have a go!
Brothers Matthew and Sean Braithwaite write authentic home-grown fun music for children that aims to promote positive dispositions for learning. Based in Shanghai, Matthew is home for some performances in Mount Gambier and Adelaide, and they entertained Jennie Lenman in the studio.
The Border Watch
Former Mount Gambier man develops global following for children's songs
A Former Mount Gambier man is poised to become the next big act in children's music across the globe. Mathew Braithwaite is just weeks away from the official release of his debut album, I Have a Go, which has already attracted radio play across several continents. Originally pitched as a television series, I Have a Go is unlike traditional movement-based children's music, instead focusing on instilling positive dispositions for learning
Little Rockers Radio
I Have a Go, new album launch
Back in October 2015 I was contacted by Matthew who was just starting to put his children’s music ‘out there’ for the first time. I loved the songs he submitted! Now, months later he is launching his first album called I HAVE A GO! And he is having a go… Good on you!
Matthew Braithwaite 'I Have A Go' album
Miani, Reka and Ruby cross to Shanghai to speak with Australian expat, Matthew Braithwaite, about his debut children's album 'I have a go'. Short music cut is from the song 'Spring in My Step'.
My Bored Toddler
"It’s definitely a hit in our household."
"My girls and I have recently been listening to the new album by Australian artist Matthew Braithwaite. It’s always great to support Australian talent, and Matthew’s new CD ‘I Have a Go’ is great for toddlers and preschoolers. We have been listening and dancing around to it for weeks now and it’s definitely a hit in our household."
New Mumma Kim
"These guys should definitely have their own kids TV show, super fun!"
Loving my favourite from the album I HAVE A GO - KIDS MUSIC. Been singing with Julian and dancing around the house all morning, ha ha ►. These guys should definitely have their own kids TV show, super fun! (Check our the live concert video on their youtube channel).