Slightly rebranded but the idea is the same. It may not be called The Lockdown Mixtape anymore but there was no chance in hell that this feature could be scrapped. I've invested too much time into these mixtapes, they became my go-to thing during 2020 and they are coming back after a brief hiatus. What's... Continue Reading →
I’ve been staring at my laptop for 20 minutes now trying to figure out how to begin talking about this track, this one is something special. This was one of those utterly brilliant moments where you hear something for the first time, and you just melt into it – there is something, buried amongst it... Continue Reading →
Sienna again, coming at you this week with one of the most interesting new releases I’ve heard in a while – Go Buy the Sun by Mata Kopa. It’s been hot, and I’ve been working, not two things that complement each other all that much (especially when you’re a waitress). So since I live in... Continue Reading →
Kevin catches up with California DIY muisican Mickey Newball. A creative soul with a bright future ahead of him. This is an introduction to his music and story.
Welcome to episode two of 'My Most Cherished Finds' - the sporadic pop-up feature where I randomly wax lyrical about a song from the recent past. The first edition focused on Sun Shy Boy's 2020 single 'Color of Home' - this episode shines light on B. Hamilton's 2012 release Gold Tooth. A song I've only... Continue Reading →
The blog is at a little bit of a crossroads right now. As much as I love writing about new exciting music and sharing my favourites, it's getting harder and harder to find the time to do so. Time invested in submissions is getting less and less but that's not to say I'm not still... Continue Reading →
Hi hey hello what’s up everyone! Sienna here – the newest Sound Sniffer team addition. Let me introduce myself, I’m an Australian stumbling my way through London, I love music and all the people that make it, and I think the world would just be an incredibly boring place if humans stopped creating weird and... Continue Reading →
This was one of my favourite interviews to date – Griffith James has lived a uniquely exuberant and wild life so far. His life story begins with a childhood full of travel and uncertainty as the son of two religious missionaries and winds its way to the point where he stands today, on the cusp... Continue Reading →