Yesterday was a battle. The fun part of creating things is the creation period itself - those months of graft, just you and the laptop, working hand-in-hand making an idea blossom. It all gets a bit tedious and aggravating when it's time to release that work, sort out the fine details and sort out that... Continue Reading →
Hey hey y’all, Sienna back again with some fresh tunes for your hungry ears – and this week I’m on a massive soft indie hype, we’re all about upholding a chill tone, melodic vocals that sound like honey, and instrumentals bordering on electronic but keeping true to the low-key atmosphere. Welsh band New Wolves have... Continue Reading →
I started writing poems about three weeks ago. The first came impulsively one morning and was based on some intense emotions that were bubbling inside me. It was a heart-pouring and necessary release to help me move on from that place in time. Since then, I've kept up the trend and have since drafted four... Continue Reading →
I love a good underground indie find. Been having a discussion with some music kin lately about the emergence of loads of thirty somethings releasing their debut works this year. 2020 was a year where everyone’s life was turned upside down and, in turn, many a former musician has returned to making music after years... Continue Reading →
Alright lads, buckle up because today I’m bringing you an absolute tune. We’re tackling RHNO’s release Smoke of a Train, which I’m currently listening to driving across the Tuscan country side in 27 degree weather – and it fits so well. For this one I’m going to request that you take yourself out to a... 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.
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 →
Hamburg based M.Byrd has already caused quite a stir with his first two releases - each garnering a substantial portion of listens over on the streaming platforms. I've been a little bit obsessed with both tracks and admit I'm nearly at the 'singing along' stage with both. Considering I listen to an inhuman amount of... Continue Reading →