Laolu & Raoul K- Djougou Yah (Ft. Ahmed Sosso)

Laolu is an artist we have featured before here at Sniffer. The Dele Sosomi remix was a tribal hit and this track is also in the same lucious bracket. ‘Djougou’ is an instant ear worm full of culture and flair. Nice bass - native vocals- infectious rhythm. ‘Compost records’ have swallowed up this Geneva based... Continue Reading →

New: Leon Vynehall – English Oak (Ch VII)

What can we say- we are just huge fans of this man right here! Everything he touches is utter gold to the core, Leon has been dappling in soft and mellow recently exploring wonderous textures and sounds ‘envelopes’ and ‘movements’. ‘English Oak’ opens on this melencoly premis but transforms into an unexpected absolute banger a... Continue Reading →

Premiere: Stoneygate – Niagara

Lincoln based songwriter/electric producer 'Stoneygate' brings us a sneak preview of her second Album 'Survival' which is released to the world tomorrow. If you are a friend of the ambient + dreamy side of life - you may just love her work. It is clear 'Stoneygate' is a very accomplished artist and hosts a rather... Continue Reading →

Shallou – Begin

2016 was the breakout year for Chicago based Shallou and he has gone from strength to strength. His production stems from his love from house music and occasionally borders on the pop side of things. What strikes us is that his greatest influences are in fact two of the UK's most cherished geniuses 'Gold Panda'... Continue Reading →

Hello Skinny – Watermelon Sun

Not quite sure what category to shove this thing into. Free jazz house? Completely interesting sounds here from 'Hello Skinny' the UK's Jazz disco beat-maker. This piece is an altogether intriguing and thought provoking one, very unique and refreshing. A group of seasoned musicians coming together to produce a sound that is rich in texture... Continue Reading →

Os Tincoas – Deixa A Gira Girar (JGB)

With a certain distorted Nicolas Jaar feel, this superb edit of 60's Brazilian Pop musics  'Os Tincoas' has us moving around with a melancholic sway this evening. A true gem coming out of Bahia that offers a fabulously chilled atmosphere throughout - an undoubted peaceful, thoughtful edit here by J G B. Stick on the... Continue Reading →

Premiere: El Bhasp – SomeOne Else

Mysterious Dublin based 'El Bhasp' is an up and coming producer with a slick repertoire ready for consumption. A superb multi-instrumentalist with an expert grasp on all things electronic, with his previous alias he was a frequently shared dubstep producer back in the boom - his remixes were endorsed by Alt-J at one point. As... Continue Reading →

Kev Sheridan – Losing Someone is Never Easy

One of the juiciest piano led house tracks of the week here from Kev Sheridan. Bringing us to euphoric bliss as this chord heavy floater just carries us away from reality. Sheridan is not trying to be overly pretentious here, he sticks to a mundane name, nothing flash, nothing abstract and lets his music talk.... Continue Reading →

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