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SNACK Bits (April 2024) – Scotland’s Essential New Music Guide

The clocks are forward, your expectations of us are still the same, and we’re ...

SNACK magazine April 2024 (Issue 61)

SNACK magazine is Scotland’s national, independent A5 What’s On, Arts & Culture mag Lovingly ...

Poetry call out – Scotland at the Euros 2024

SNACK has teamed up with Nutmeg magazine to celebrate the Scotland Men’s National Team ...

Bottle Rockets: Glasgow Band chat – Headlining King Tut’s, TRNSMT, plus winning BBC Introducing + SAMA Awards

Bottle Rockets are a four-piece rock/alternative band from Glasgow (although let’s not get hung ...

Album Review – Teething By Porij

Formed out of Manchester’s Royal Northern College of Music, Porij have been occupying the ...

Spit it Out Fundraiser – 19th April at Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh

Spit it Out, a diverse community-led organisation dedicated to opening conversations around consent, mental ...

Dynamic Earth: Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon

I have to confess, I had never listened to Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of ...

Album Review – Bourgeois Folkways By Jamie Scott

Honesty in hip hop is a rare thing. While the culture has come on ...

EP Review – Harebrained By Erin Hephzibah

‘Do you enjoy destroying dandelions? I hope the wind has swept your wishes away,’ ...

Single Review – Too Hard To Explain By TEOSE

A catchy, twangy guitar riff, a danceable bassline, and vocal flourishes combine to give ...

Single Review – Best Friend By Moongods

Nearly three years after their first single, ‘ATOM’, Glasgow’s MOONGODS return with three new ...

Book Review – Poor Things by Alasdair Gray

As Yorgos Lanthimos’ film adaptation of Alasdair Gray’s novel Poor Things has received not ...