Electronic Friday #6 | Catford Gyrations / Parakeets

Mother of christ - This is a song I've been listening to since back in January. I was sent this on SubmitHub and have been listening to the glorious bird chirping fueled soundscape in the inter-meaning months. I completely forgot I had not shared out a review until now when I gave my inbox a... Continue Reading →

Coracle // Naoshima Island

Coracle is the solo electronic project of Leeds born, Tokyo based, pianist Jonathan Doherty. He has been around the block within the music world since 2014, in this time, he has received numerous plaudits from respected outlets such as BBC Introducing and BBC Radio. His latest single Naoshima Island has just surfaced to the public... Continue Reading →

Seabiscuit – String Rush

This is one hell of a find here - a rolling beat, atmospheric guitar riffs aplenty and suspenseful build ups - Swedish Lo-Fi rock outfit Seabiscuit have tickled our fancy with their wonderfully impactful new single ‘String Rush’ blaring through the speakers this afternoon. This captivating sound is the work of this talented Gothenburg based... 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 →

Eamonn Watt – Drive on, Sunday Child

Music born in the Shetland Islands here from twenty three year old composer/all around music whizz Eamonn Watt. This talented music maker makes use of the wonderful 'cuebase' software to assemble his pieces and like most producers who arrange their sound electronically, he puts the completed works out for us mere mortals to listen to... Continue Reading →

Ishmael Ensemble – Lapwing

Rarely you come across an instrumental piece that delievers a punch as big as this one does from Bristol's Ishmael Ensemble! I stumbled accross this beauty a couple of days ago and have been keeping it to myself until now. As soon as I heard the initial kicks I was into this, by the time... Continue Reading →

Mildlife – How Long Does It Take

Funky Disco is never a bad shout no matter what day of the week it is. Melbourne's four piece 'Mildlife' have just released their latest foray into the psych jazz world with the sublime 'How Long Does It Take'. We have featured a few jazz disco style acts on the Sniffer in our opening year... Continue Reading →

Robag Wruhme – Venq Tolep

Pampa Records never ever disappoints I don't think. Anything sanctioned by DJ Koze seems to be blissful in nature! Here we have East German circuit legend Wruhme with a beautiful ambient composition . Mellow to the max - this 44 year old is churning out great sounds still, almost 15 years since his debut album... Continue Reading →

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