Weekly Sniffs #002 | Top Tracks of The Week

New Music This Week Another Friday has come around and I suppose it's about time we chimed in with our release selections of the day. It's been a really fruitful day of releases for me personally as many of my favourite artists have put new work out this morning. This week we have music from... Continue Reading →

I Just Made A Hit Song! How Do I Get People To Listen? | How To Promote Your Music

Here are some tips to follow if you are starting your music career off in 2020 and how to promote your music to your potential fans. Have you just made the best song of your life in your bedroom? Want to share it with the world? This article will help you plan the next steps... Continue Reading →

Single Review | Paddy Dennehy – Abednego | New Irish Music

Its been a little while since I dipped my toe in some new Irish music. The problem with being based over in London is that I feel obliged to support London based musicians for the growth of the brand. Recently, finding music from my own homeland has been put on the back-burner. I'll will nip... Continue Reading →

The John Johns – Outlaw

High octane, fast paced, rock and roll from Swedish duo, The John Johns. Outlaw is a groove that could easily fit into the Django Unchained movie soundtrack. These boys are releasing their stuff completely independently since 2018 - they get our seal of approval straight away. The duo take their influence from music from the... Continue Reading →

LoFi Rock | Somehow – Shut Your Eyes and See

I was sent this track a couple of weeks ago and have been waiting for it's release ever since. French LoFi rock outfit Somehow have released a chirpy and vibrant piece. Shut Your Eyes and See sounds like a quirky mix of Editors and Arcade Fire. The amazing thing to bare in mind is that... Continue Reading →

Rollers of Bedlam – The Brook

Four piece rough and ready London based rock outfit Rollers of Bedlam formed back in 2017 and consist of Joseph Beeton, Luke Bryant, Luke Rendel and Dimitris Papachristos. I was totally blown away by these guys the second I heard their aggressively brooding single 'It's Rock n Roll'. The track sounded a unique cross between... Continue Reading →

Throwback : Arctic Monkeys – My Propeller

A little reminiscing here taken from The Arctic Monkey’s 2009 third studio album ‘Humbug’. The opening track ‘My Propeller’ is the tune in focus, and what a tune it was. After the success of their opening two albums it was difficult to see how the band could keep the Sound fresh. ‘My propeller’ opened Humbug... Continue Reading →

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