Jennifer Burke’s Ode to Spring | Ep #03 — New Music Friday

I have chosen an eclectic range of music for this week, a lil bit of pathetic fallacy to match the dubious weather and general feeling – mask on or off? Jumper or shorts? It’s not hard to see the confliction painted across faces on the Tube or in the high streets. We’ll get there, I’m... Continue Reading →

Bokito’s First Single of 2020 is a Feckin’ Gem

Do you know that feeling when you find a band you may just adore straight off the bat? Well, that's exactly what has happened here. I was passed along Bokito's new single okok earlier today. I clicked play, only to be met by a chirpy, vibrant and infectious tune that has commanded several more plays... Continue Reading →

New Indie Music U.K | Music From Nick Corbin and Brother Jonathan

I'm thinking of going for a game of golf tomorrow, it feels weird, thinking of going somewhere. The courses opened last week and I may just dust off my clubs and take a walk on down! I've been inside since March 10th - this will be my first foray more than two kilometers from my... Continue Reading →

Thursday’s Tunes | New Music From LANKS and URCHIN

Today's new music comes from Australian Indie Folk artist Will Cuming also known as LANKS and London Based Indie Electronic producer Leo Appleyard also know as URCHIN, so It's safe to say, we are in good hands this afternoon. Sirens is the new one from Will Cuming and it features Fossa Beats on the production... Continue Reading →

A Midweek Dose of LoFi Hip-Hop and Indie Electronic

I listened to exactly eighty new songs today! My list of potential features has been whittled down to two nice selections. Here are the two songs that stood out! It's been quite the day - I'm tired. But today I enjoyed music from Biiig Stretch and Kowloon. BiiiG STRECH / Redondo Pier It's been a... Continue Reading →

‘Monmoi’ is London’s Newest LoFi Darling |Single Review – I’ll Be Your Friend

Today marked the release of a truly impressive debut from London's very own Monmoi. I've been searching for an exciting new London based talent to share for a few weeks now. I think Noé Solange, was the last big local discovery featured on The Sound Sniffer, who hailed from the capital. I'll Be Your Friend... Continue Reading →

Single Review | Dominic Wolf – Only For Mad People (EP)

One of my favourite London-based artists Dominic Wolf has just released a typically Dominic Wolf styled EP. The six-track digital collection titled, 'Only For The Mad People', is languid, experimental and totally absorbing. Ever since hearing his meticulously, methodical single 'Tainted Paradise', I've been tracking his music. Wolf has his own lazy, shoe-gaze tone that... Continue Reading →

Single Review | Reuben and The Dark – We Will Get There

Ah yes, I hadn't intended on writing up a new tune review this weekend. Over the last couple of days I started writing a few short stories for the first time. I never really sat down and just bashed out stories from my head before so it has been an interesting experience so far. Today... Continue Reading →

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