The Sound Sniffer’s Lockdown Mixtape #33

Went a bit crazy during the week and ordered a big bunch of Sound Sniffer merch online for myself. The reasoning behind this bulky and impulsive purchase was pretty logical (for my standards) actually. The idea came to me following a little shopping trip in Watford. I needed summer t-shirts; I set off for Primark,... 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 →

Sub Sequence- Seize Release

Something very different here - a little bit of downtempo electronic never did anyone any harm. Seize Release is what we call, perfect meditation music. This one comes from German electronic sound wizard Sub Sequence. A minimal piece that is ideal to flake out to - close the eyes, follow the subtle progression and let... Continue Reading →

Jack Gray – Fools

Something a little bit more BBC radio 1 ready here this afternoon from much anticipated Aussie artist Jack Gray. The nice thing here is that he writes and produces everything himself, much respect - it's no wonder Warner Music Group have snapped him up. This fella is making real headway on the commercial scene down... Continue Reading →

Moon Kissed – Run Away

NYC plays host to all sorts of musical styles and types - on this occasion we meet the chirpy alt rock trio of Moon Kissed. These girls are ridiculously talented and making some infectious uplifting pop rock type stuff. I'm not one to listen to this style usually to be perfectly honest - however the... 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 →

Sister Ivy – Dark Magic

I put this one on the back burner last night and had a re-listen this evening, yes, I was right, it is quite the mellow tune indeed. Sister Ivy is a Jazz Soul outfit from North Carolina with a nice and chilled out vibe going on, which gets my support. The languid style of lead... Continue Reading →

BRAND NEW: Blood Root – Conversations

Once I heard this, I just had to throw it up here. It is very rarely that you stumble across an act who is just starting out that sounds so accomplished. Conversations, remarkably is the first single to be released by Nashville based Blood Root and I'm instantly in love. It all starts slowly with... Continue Reading →

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