Track Of The Week: Jay Marwaha – Sitting in the Park

We hope you are all having a good weekend wherever you are and whatever you are doing. Most of my plans this week have executed with this absolute belter from British Indian singer Jay Marwaha in the background. This is one of the best little hidden tunes I have had the honour of hearing in... Continue Reading →

I Want Poetry – Adrenaline

German Duo I Want Poetry have been making hauntingly good music for the last three or so years. Today they have just released their most polished work in my opinion with the intense single Adrenaline getting it's much anticipated release. From the moment that heavy devilish drum beat came in to accompany the vocals I... Continue Reading →

Rollers of Bedlam – The Brook

Four piece rough and ready London based rock outfit Rollers of Bedlam formed back in 2017 and consist of Joseph Beeton, Luke Bryant, Luke Rendel and Dimitris Papachristos. I was totally blown away by these guys the second I heard their aggressively brooding single 'It's Rock n Roll'. The track sounded a unique cross between... Continue Reading →

Spooky Wilson – Ho Hey

This is one of the first tunes ever submitted to us here at The Sound Sniffer and we were gutted to have to wait until it's release date to share it with you all. Ladies and Gentlemen, I formally introduce Spooky Wilson - a unique sounding new artist who has just released his debut single... Continue Reading →

Lejon – Make You Mine

On this groggy bleak day in London - with torrential rain and Donald Trump making their way into the city - something had to raise my spirits on my journey home. It was then I was introduced to an electro-pop band that are based right on my doorstep here in West London, who have succeeded... Continue Reading →

Eamonn Watt – Drive on, Sunday Child

Music born in the Shetland Islands here from twenty three year old composer/all around music whizz Eamonn Watt. This talented music maker makes use of the wonderful 'cuebase' software to assemble his pieces and like most producers who arrange their sound electronically, he puts the completed works out for us mere mortals to listen to... Continue Reading →

Zander Bleck – Forget You

A tune straight out of the indie folk bag here from New Jersey's talented Zander Bleck. This guys story is an intruiging one to be honest. Bleck started out his solo project after disbanding from his band and quickly landed on his feet and he met multi-Grammy award winning song-writer Holly Knight, who he recorded... Continue Reading →

INVÕKER – Churches

Belter Alert: Parisian producer Invõker has just released a real tech house classic there yesterday. The low end rhythmic toms are completely tribal in nature - which is something I always enjoy a good boogie to. The synth here is the focal point though - the subtle progressions envoke a feeling of elation in the... Continue Reading →

Joel Ansett – Cadillac

Have you ever come across a song that just instantly grabs a hold- Joel Ansett's new one Cadillac is a real clinger from the first moment I heard it. This is just too good not to hear. I had an Elderbrook obsession for a few weeks a couple of months ago and hearing the vocals... Continue Reading →

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