Earlier in the week I chatted to warner case and it was a very fun chat. I've recently come across his music to which I've since personally dubbed as 'Erotic House Music'. He has a distinct and unique sound which separates him from a lot of electronic artists at the minute. It's great. This NYC... Continue Reading →
A few months ago, I stumbled across a submission from Swiss artist Mo Klé, and immediately fell in love with the beautiful simplicity of the song, and after that I needed to find out more. So after a few months of coordinating and trying to get our schedules to line up, I was lucky enough... Continue Reading →
One of Africa's finest musical exports and one of the my favourite DJ's, Floyd Lavine, kindly took time away from his holiday this week to chat to me about his latest release Creda Mutwa which has surfaced today on Parisian label FRAPPÉ. I had the pleasure of seeing Lavine perform a blasting Afro House set... Continue Reading →
This was a hugely significant interview. Following on from eighteen months isolating, sitting in our rooms and zooming - this was the big return of the ‘in-person’ interview. Myself and The Sound Sniffer’s newest recruit, Sienna, met Oskar and Adam from lavender down in Hoxton a couple of weeks ago. As I was organising the... Continue Reading →
** (Update 8 December 2021 : I wrote a piece about recent events that have circulated about The Outlaw Ocean Music Project. Read it here.) ** A couple of weeks ago I chatted to Tobias Rieser, one half of Austrian Electronic duo Klangkarussell. The duo have just released a wonderful single called ‘Swan Song’. Myself... Continue Reading →
Finnegan Tui is a name rapidly breaking through the noise in London. He is a New Zealand born singer/songwriter/producer with the world at his feet in musical terms. Having recently released his debut single ‘Once I’m Gone’ to the world, the reception to the track has been incredibly positive. Only embarking on his journey now... 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.
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 →