A Gig: I Was at a Gig! London’s Seated Gigs Are Going Down a Treat.

While the vast majority of the population have returned to pottering around and going about their usual day jobs (albeit online and from home for the most part), others simply haven't had that same luxury. Life has been a bizarre thing over the past fourteen months hasn't it? For those in the hospitality sector and... Continue Reading →

The Sound Sniffer’s Lockdown Mixtape #28

It took a little more time than usual to spot a fresh new batch of tracks worthy of a placing in the mixtape. For about a week now, I've been shifting through countless submissions, trying to unearth the gold we are all used to hearing on this site (I hope you think it's gold). It... Continue Reading →

London Duo Urchin & Ross K Team Up For New Single ‘Slow Game’

Leo Appleyard, aka Urchin, has been on The Sound Sniffer's radar for a couple of years now. He is one of London's finest producers in my book and it's always a pleasure taking in new music from him. About a week ago I was made aware of a new single due for release and was... Continue Reading →

The Outlaw Ocean Music Project | Interview with Melorman

Life has been really hectic over the last year or so - who could have predicted the year we've just had? I can't really complain too much, it was lockdown 2020 that pushed me into doing some really cool work from home. One of the most interesting projects I took on amidst the 'stay safe,... Continue Reading →

Felix Dreiser Returns With Another Tranquil Gem ‘Concise’

It's fair to say I'm a bit of a Felix Dreiser megafan. The German composer can do no wrong in my book. Sometimes a little bit of calm and ambience is just what the doctor ordered and Felix's new composition oozes chill. I just found his latest single 'Concise' this morning and listening to it's... Continue Reading →

The Sound Sniffer’s Lockdown Mixtape #27

It's been a miserable day hasn't it? Not only is the weather pretty drab and wet, my tooth has decided to give me the mightiest ache I've ever had. Both things combined make this a forgettable Tuesday evening in. The show must go on however and new music must be plugged regardless of how utterly... Continue Reading →

Palma Louca’s New Single ‘Us and Them’ is Feckin’ Brilliant

They describe their sounds as art-gaze indie. I just describe it as feckin' brilliant. Palma Louca are a five-piece based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne who are guided by the Pillar Artists label who have been representing some great bands of late. I couldn't even begin to work out what 'art-gaze' means, this genre is above my pay... Continue Reading →

The Sound Sniffer’s Lockdown Mixtape #26

Life has returned to a very busy form of itself in recent weeks, I apologise for the slightly later than billed, twenty-sixth, edition of The Lockdown Mixtape. Look, I don't want to hear any nonsense about the lockdown being over and that the oul Sniffer better think of a new name for a chain of... Continue Reading →

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