ABC Dialect – Searching

London-Based Argentinian duo Tom├ís Susevich and Luca Oliva Knight form the chilled out funk creative project ABC Dialect. The idea was born in 2017, with these two releasing a couple of nice sounds in the process until now. Their debut EP Real Life surfaced just over a week ago and we were taken aback by... Continue Reading →

Shoegaze | Wandour – Flux

We explore the ground shaking production depth of UK producer Wandour and his eerily darkened new release Flux this afternoon on this drab Monday in London. For me this brooding and hypnotic construction is the perfect shoegaze track to accompany the cloudy and rather depressing skyline. There is something hugely rewarding to be gained from... Continue Reading →

House Music | Yescene – Make You Say It

I havn't been sharing much electronic house styled stuff for a little while. The Sound Sniffer has always been focused on good quality house music and it's only right we go back towards our roots for this one. Yescene is a brand new and exciting prospect hailing from Tangiers, Morocco who is producing absolutely solid... Continue Reading →

Lejon – Make You Mine

On this groggy bleak day in London - with torrential rain and Donald Trump making their way into the city - something had to raise my spirits on my journey home. It was then I was introduced to an electro-pop band that are based right on my doorstep here in West London, who have succeeded... Continue Reading →

That One Eyed Kid – Rebandon

That One Eyed Kid is the moniker of Josh Friedman, a Boston-based independent songwriter, performer, and producer. Building from a soulful vocal performance, synth-pop production, and delicate layers of acoustic and electronic instruments, T1EK's states that his songs are "about embracing our deepest insecurities and holding them up to the light". The first time I... Continue Reading →

Hallelugenia – Voices & Ghosts

Bristol is our next port of call for a pensive piece from experimental electronic act Hallelugenia. This is a more serious, darker composition but it's highly effective in it's construction. The song starts with well pitched groaning opening vocals over some throwback keyboard work. The whole song is then elevated nicely with those clear, almost... Continue Reading →

Black Kind – Shona Phantsi

Some brilliant rhythm coming out of Johannesburg, South Africa again here from Black Kind & Mixas SA with a feature from Kwelia Majosi. Another high octane African popular release here and it's on repeat here. Shona Phantsi is a brilliant track - it sounds as if it's cross between the Shimza - Selector house beat... Continue Reading →

AquaBIONIC – Flavortown

I think this could be the week of good relaxed instrumentals here at Sniffer. Firstly, we added the brilliant 'Blue Moon' by Astrolemo to our 2019 playlist, now we are sticking up a balanced yet silky piece from underground Texan Soundcloud producer aquaBIONIC. Flavortown is the tune and it's the crisp bass and dreamy modulated... Continue Reading →

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