705 x Ceekay x R15K – Too Bad

As the heatwave blasts it's way into London this week, it is imperative that we have sufficient underground tunes to accompany it. Tottenham producer 705 has summoned his inner Jai Paul here with some slick production on his cracking little track Too Bad. I'm not too tuned into the Afrobeats genre that has been ripping... Continue Reading →

INTRODUCING: AVERAGE J

We are absolutely over the moon to be able to introduce a brand new prospect we un-earthed along our journey so far - the excitement is palpable. Over the next couple of years at The Sniffer we plan to find and nurture the best talent we come across and hopefully make them a household name... Continue Reading →

Benji SC – Rolling on (Ft. Mbalé & Richie Gathu)

This feels like what would happen if you mix an instrumental from The Specials with the rhythmic flow of three fairly clean-cut English rappers and it sounds quite nice in all honesty. Benji SC, originally from Bristol has come out of leftfield via The USA, releasing his debut single Rolling on late last week. When... Continue Reading →

Kool Keith – Zero Fux

New York's cult hero Kool Keith is back with his 17th studio album, yes - 17th. This oldschool Ultramagnetic MC collaborates with Cypress Hill's B-Real on the album’s closing track. This is something a little bit different here and it's the brilliant beat that gives this tune the edge! Seventeen albums though, that is absolutely... Continue Reading →

Sim Simma Soundsystem – Man Like Me

Well, this is actually whopper! I would never be too fond of grime sorts of tracks usually, but this one is far above bareable - it's quite charming truth be told. Sim Simma Soundsystem are an Irish collective who I have been aware of for a while because of their diverse 'Sim Simma' parties in... Continue Reading →

Loyle Carner – Loose Ends

Benjamin Coyle-Larner, a modest twenty four year old from Lambeth is just in a chilled out league of his own these days. One of the slickest spoken word artists in the UK is back again with more consistently listenable Hip Hop. Ever since hearing 'Ain't Nothing Changed', Loyle Carner has been on our radar. His... Continue Reading →

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