Weekly Sniffs #004 | Top Tracks of The Week

The second week of the Sunday Shout-out feature is upon us. You can check out last week's Sunday Shout-out here if you need to catch up. Anywho, I had an alright week this week, the weather was initially bright and warm but darkened as the week progressed. I found some great new artists like Holly... Continue Reading →

Artist Review | Introducing | The Soft Vocal Textures of Mackenzie Leighton

Paris-based singer/songwriter Mackenzie Leighton is continuously churning out soft and subtle folk tunes. She is a well traveled individual, born in San Diego, grew up in Maine and studied in New York. Leighton has now settled in Paris and it's safe to say that she has picked up plenty of stories to tell along the... Continue Reading →

Single Review | Khruangbin – Time (You and I)

This sounds like a song I have been listening to for decades - it has that totally familiar feel to it. Khruangbin are just the business really and pretty much nail it every time. You and I is just the type of uplifting tune we need whilst barricaded in our homes! It has been a... Continue Reading →

Miller Blue and His New Single ‘Us’ Has Gone Under the Radar

Miller Blue is one of the thousands of musicians inspired by a combination of James Blake and Frank Ocean. I was dumbfounded when sent his tune 'Marigold' by Scottish songwriter Neev a couple of weeks ago. Once again, I managed to miss another emerging artist who strikes all the right notes. Marigold quickly became an... 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 →

Single Review | Paddy Dennehy – Abednego | New Irish Music

Its been a little while since I dipped my toe in some new Irish music. The problem with being based over in London is that I feel obliged to support London based musicians for the growth of the brand. Recently, finding music from my own homeland has been put on the back-burner. I'll will nip... Continue Reading →

Bad Flamingo / Bad Apple

I have been listening to the musical musings of Bad Flamingo for a couple of months now. The superbly chilled duo are back yet again with another high level tune to sooth the pallet this evening. Last Friday they released their latest master-stroke - 'Bad Apple'. There hasn't been a 'bad apple' amidst any of... Continue Reading →

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