In Conversation: Jackson Mathod Interview

As always, make sure to listen to the tracks whilst reading the interview for the best experience. South London’s Jackson Mathod, to put it simply, is enjoying life at the moment. A new London artist on the scene, his contemporary Jazz style is turning heads in the capital. His debut release ‘The Park’ and the... Continue Reading →

Weekly Sniffs #011 | Top Tracks of The Week

It's Monday again, which means another edition of my hand picked selections for the week. Recently, I found myself listening to more conventionally pop sounding tracks - not sure how my ear has changed or why, but my taste has shifted a little bit in that direction. The last two weekends have been manic -... Continue Reading →

Ever Wanted to Hear A Song Made By A Ford Mustang?

Well........? Respected producer Matthew Dear has just created a bold and experimental piece of music titled New Breed. On the face, it sounds like a normal, electronic pop track - but what you may not have realized is that Dear composed it all using the oscillating sounds of the new Ford Mustang. We are really... Continue Reading →

Weekly Sniffs #010 | Top Tracks of The Week

I didn't get around to sharing my weekly list last week - I've got to make up for it now. There have been some great things floating around of late, mainly because artists are now starting to find their feet again slowly after a strangely turbulent few months. Singles that were delayed due to Covid-19... Continue Reading →

Brudini Releases Re-Recorded Version of ‘Nightcrawler’

Last year, Erik Brudvik made a bold leap and jumped ship on a career in finance. He decided to leave London and flew across the Atlantic to pursue new beginnings in New York City. Armed with a bag of supplies and a hard-drive filled with his musical snippets, he knocked on the door of Sear... Continue Reading →

Samuel Nicholson Can’t Shake off the Blues in ‘Frida’

Samuel Nicholson is a Scottish songwriter who has been plying his trade on the London live circuit recently (often found at Sam Bowcher's wonderful intimate BARK gigs). His music found my ears last year, on the back of a trusty recommendation from fellow Scottish singer Niamh Downes (Neev). Ballroom was the first song to get... Continue Reading →

The Outlaw Ocean Music Project | Interview with : FOUK

Fouk opened their collaborative EP with the highly engaging and energetic, The Chase. It immediately stood-out as one of the most accomplished composed for The Outlaw Ocean Music Project. Since, it has gone on to become one of my favourite electronic songs of 2020 too. Their EP, Below Fifty Degrees South, was released in June... Continue Reading →

The Outlaw Ocean Music Project | Interview with : SHOOK

Jasper Wijnands (Shook) is an independent musician from The Netherlands - his music is generally focused on upbeat, funky beats and rhythms. His latest three song release, titled Hotline, coincidentally became available to stream as I typed this. The new work is vibrant, bouncy and fun - it's sound is in stark contrast to his... Continue Reading →

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