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 →

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 →

Single Review | Our Fathers Continue to Shine With ‘Boy I Was Wrong’

The music of 'Our Fathers' is one of my proudest discoveries from the first year of running The Sound Sniffer. At that time, I had no real way of finding truly fresh tunes and was actually writing reviews based of Spotify curated playlists and my own Release Radar. Platforms like Spotify and Amazon are predominantly... Continue Reading →

New Single Release |Conrad Deadly | Sally Lives in my Girls Yard

My second Margate, Kent based review of the year comes from the quirky Conrad Deadly. Conrad follows Fat White Family's, Dan Lyons, onto the site representing the small scenic seaside town. This is Deadly's debut single titled 'Sally Lives in my Girls Yard' and it ripples away nicely in a rugged and catchy manner. The... Continue Reading →

Harrison Kipner / My Style

Ah yes. I have had a really interesting, yet productive week. I painted a fence black, finished ghost-writing an autobiography and botched an interview transcription by accident in the middle of it all - really clumsy. It's understandable that I took a little break today from all this typing and activity. My playlist shuffled through... 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 →

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