LOWMEN announce themselves with experimental EP ‘Tourism’

I love a good underground indie find. Been having a discussion with some music kin lately about the emergence of loads of thirty somethings releasing their debut works this year. 2020 was a year where everyone’s life was turned upside down and, in turn, many a former musician has returned to making music after years... Continue Reading →

lavender Orchestrating Some Sketchy Deals in New Music Video

I was thinking about lavender again last week. As I scrolled through their Spotify releases for the twentieth time this year I realised they only had eleven minutes of music released altogether so far (Peppermint, Home:so:long, Constantly, Blue) . That's ridiculous. They've put me under a spell and I'm not the only one. The lads... Continue Reading →

Is Ross From Friends’ 2018 Album ‘Family Portraits’ One of The All Time Great Electronic Albums?

I have a few spare minutes so here comes a controversial statement and I'm just going to throw it out there. 'I firmly believe Ross From Friends' 2018 album 'Family Portraits' is one of the best electronic albums of all time'. Okay, it's out there. My head is certainly a mile above the parapet here.... Continue Reading →

RHNO | Two Friends Recording DIY Jams, Ten Years in the Making

Alright lads, buckle up because today I’m bringing you an absolute tune. We’re tackling RHNO’s release Smoke of a Train, which I’m currently listening to driving across the Tuscan country side in 27 degree weather – and it fits so well. For this one I’m going to request that you take yourself out to a... Continue Reading →

The Sound Sniffer’s ‘Post’ Lockdown Mixtape #36

Another five events were held at the venue last week. Monday is a day for re-fuelling, re-charging and re-discovering the music that makes me smile. I'm physically exhausted from organising weddings here but this summer rush was predicted and thankfully it's passing by at a rapid pace. Things settle down again in October but until... Continue Reading →

In Conversation: Finnegan Tui Interview

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 →

River Lion debuts with ever so impressive single ‘Leaving You’

Taking a turn today from the upbeat, feel good bangers I’ve been shooting your way, I’m going to recommend one for the more sombre moments, the endings and the days where you just want to drive in the rain for a few hours (as I have done many, many times when feeling a bit overdramatic).... Continue Reading →

Belaver Brings us Back in Time on his little ’70s Adventure’ – This is a Mood

I used to own a red 1998 Suburu Forrester before I moved to London, I called him Reggie and he was absolutely falling apart at the seems, but I adored him. I miss a lot about home but there’s probably nothing I miss more than driving down from Sydney to Wattamolla Beach, with 4 mates... Continue Reading →

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