> Aisha Fatunmbi Randall, Author at SNACK: Music, film, arts and culture magazine for Scotland

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Album Review: Sampa The Great – As Above, So Below

Poet and rapper Sampa The Great looks home to her Zambian roots with her ...

EP Review: Bemz – Zidane

After a triumphant summer enriched with crowd-pleasing festival sets and formidable acclaim, the ever-humble ...

David Livingstone Birthplace Museum

As we await the fate of the David Livingstone monument in Cathedral Square, Glasgow, ...

KAIROS artist

Single Review: KAIROS – Cruel

‘Cruel’ is the latest release from Leeds-based Zambian/Glaswegian artist Louisa McClure’s solo project KAIROS. ...

Interview: Nova talks about WWND? EP and upcoming HANG at SWG3 appearance

Rising to the forefront of the Scottish music industry after earning the coveted title ...

Album review: Eliza Shaddad – The Woman You Want

Effortlessly blending influences from her diverse heritage, Sudanese Scottish artist Eliza Shaddad has released ...

Single review: Weekend Debt – Nobody Everybody

The new single from Glasgow alt-rock band Weekend Debt dives deep into the break-up ...

Single review: Sulka – Hollow Days

‘Hollow Days’ is the latest single from recording project Sulka. Brought to you by ...

Single review: Bachelor – Stay in the Car

Palehound’s Ellen Kempner and Jay Som’s Melina Duterte coming together to form a collaborative ...

Single Review: Josephine Sillars – Enemy

Hailing from the Scottish Highlands, the wonderfully whimsical Josephine Sillars is back with new ...

Review: Velvet – Black and Blue

Glasgow band Velvet’s excellent new single can simultaneously be described as soulful and menacing, ...

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