[Sniffer Favourites #003]: The Mercurial & Mysterious ‘JAI PAUL’.

In ‘SnifferFavs’ over the next while we will write about 10 albums that have influenced us greatly in the last few years ( Biased Review Alert 🙂 ). It is truly astonishing the power music can possess sometimes. I sat in my room late one bleak, rainy, evening in my parents house - it was around 2010... Continue Reading →

Christian Löffler -Like Water ( ft. Mohna)

I remember a good few years ago going to a gig in London on my own for the first time. Before I set off I was subtly apprehensive about going alone, especially after just moving to this big scary new city. The gig in question was Kiasmos in Brixton - on the night they were... Continue Reading →

Nick Mulvey – Moment of Surrender

Following on from the highly impressive ‘Dancing for the Answers’ EP, released the back end of 2018, Mulvey returns for his first foray for 2019. ‘Moment of Surrender’ is the tune and it is a good one at that. His voice is always fairly on point throughout his work and this is no exception. The... Continue Reading →

Throwback : Arctic Monkeys – My Propeller

A little reminiscing here taken from The Arctic Monkey’s 2009 third studio album ‘Humbug’. The opening track ‘My Propeller’ is the tune in focus, and what a tune it was. After the success of their opening two albums it was difficult to see how the band could keep the Sound fresh. ‘My propeller’ opened Humbug... Continue Reading →

Brién – Luv Getter

A little sampling masterclass here from Belfast’s ‘Brién’. This tune is such an uplifting one with all those chopped vocals paired with the subtle baseline. A real gem from this upcoming young NI musician. He joins a stellar cast of Belfast born producers such as Bicep, Hammer, Swoose, who have been killing it in recent... Continue Reading →

Jazzuelle – Rebirth

  One of our favorite dj’s, South Africa’s Jazzuelle has just dropped another atmospheric powerful house album on us. ‘Rebirth’ brings a sense of suspense with it yet plods along with a sense of purpose. This is a collection that takes us on a journey above and beyond, the chilling chopped vocals in the album... Continue Reading →

Klyne – Water Flow

A real delight of a find this one from Dutch duo 'Klyne'. This track is taken from their debut self titled album released on Because Music. This is one hell of a production here in 'Water Flow'. Subtle synths - rolling bass beat - non intrusive vocals. The chap can sure hit his high notes.... Continue Reading →

Nick Mulvey – Dancing for the Answers

One of the most melancholy voices in British music in recent years, Nick Mulvey has been making some solid stuff to be fair. This one may just be his best body of work thus far. Ever since the mystical   ‘Fever to the Form’ launched him into the known, we have been tracking his every... 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 →

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