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 →

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 →

Ishmael Ensemble – Lapwing

Rarely you come across an instrumental piece that delievers a punch as big as this one does from Bristol's Ishmael Ensemble! I stumbled accross this beauty a couple of days ago and have been keeping it to myself until now. As soon as I heard the initial kicks I was into this, by the time... Continue Reading →

Nick AM – FATALE (EP)

It's not often (or ever) I link two songs from the same EP on a Sniffer post, usual ways are meant to be broken, especially when a debut EP is completely brilliant. This New York artist is certainly well worth hearing today. Nick AM's LoFi house indie has just announced itself to us via The... Continue Reading →

Royksopp – Church

Thinking back to all of the mad nights I've had on the sauce over the years, bopping and weaving on the dancefloor, losing track of time completely as the bass just marinades the room in feel good energy - this new release (originally constructed six years ago) from Tromso's favorite duo Royksopp has taken the... Continue Reading →

XOA – Way West

No better way to kick start this site again after a brief vacation than to share an absolute gem from Londoner Nick Tyson AKA 'XOA'. His solo project skirts along the edges of Afro-beat, funk and House music combined and this new release titled 'Way West' is a complete earworm from the outset. I stumbled... Continue Reading →

LEISURE – On my mind

We were lucky enough to cop a few tickets for Auckland's gem of a band LEISURE in Oslo, London on May the 3rd. Their new release 'On my mind' is a feel good anthem if I've ever heard one. Without a release in just over three years, I was beginning to get worried that these... Continue Reading →

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