Vilde – Mind The Puddles

Stockholm based Thomas Vilde has just sent a pretty class little piece our way today. Mind The Puddles is a chirpy number packed with a quivering vocal, a melancholy guitar jingle and a devilishly slick vibe. Instantly, we were absorbed by the artistry on show here. This is like uplifting grunge indie really and I... Continue Reading →

XN – 2AM

Music from Beirut, Lebanon here from XN. 2AM is a moody piece filled with powerful synths, dark bass-lines and brooding deep vocals. What stands out here is the trippy and gloomy feel to the track on a whole. This is one of those songs that would fit perfectly with a train journey home at night... Continue Reading →

Chernobyl Sunshine Club – Birthdayland

Alt Folk London based outfit Chernobyl Sunshine Club have been on the go since late 2016, They have just released a track that I have been listening to religiously since catching wind of it about a month ago. Birthdayland is something a little bit different. The song is quite dark in it's tone and the... Continue Reading →

Belaver – Doer

Experimental folk here from American artist Belaver , the solo alias of singer B.E Godfrey. Here, we hone in on the third track from his latest album ‘True Love of Crime’ - the track in question is Doer and we are listening intently. There is something very unique at play here from this fella, who... Continue Reading →

Sub Sequence- Seize Release

Something very different here - a little bit of downtempo electronic never did anyone any harm. Seize Release is what we call, perfect meditation music. This one comes from German electronic sound wizard Sub Sequence. A minimal piece that is ideal to flake out to - close the eyes, follow the subtle progression and let... Continue Reading →

Marius – IDNTWNTU

Something a little bit more electronic here from Norwegian trippy dream producer Marius. We are all for new things here at Sniffer and this certainly fits the bill - IDNTWNTU is a throwback to early work by Paascâl in the early days of SoundCloud. This cleverly made track features Eryn Martin on words. The track... Continue Reading →

INTRODUCING: MOKEN

Absolutely riveting, unique and peculiar stuff here from African rhythm artist Moken Nunga. When I was sent this track a couple of days ago I couldn't believe my ears! Moken's unmistakably out-there falsetto flutters brought me right back to the first time I heard 'Tiptoe through the Tulips' by Tiny Tim on a Bebo flashbox... Continue Reading →

Spooky Wilson – Ho Hey

This is one of the first tunes ever submitted to us here at The Sound Sniffer and we were gutted to have to wait until it's release date to share it with you all. Ladies and Gentlemen, I formally introduce Spooky Wilson - a unique sounding new artist who has just released his debut single... Continue Reading →

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