> Christopher Sneddon, Author at SNACK: Music, film, arts and culture magazine for Scotland

Album Review – High On Ripple by Dragged Up

Since 2023’s weirdly wonderful Hex Domestic EP, we’ve become big fans of Glasgow rockers ...

EP Review – Now We’re Getting Somewhere by SHEARS

Since earning a following singing cover songs online, Leith-based (Ayrshire-born) producer Rebecca Shearing has ...

Album Review – 10 Songs I Hate About You by Dancer

Following hot on the heels of their 2023 EPs Dancer and As Well, 10 ...

Dragged Up – Missing Person (single review)

Fans of last year’s Hex Domestic EP will be pleased to know that Dragged ...

Girobabies – Landfill Culture (single review)

Girobabies are about as underground as bands get, so if you’ve not been paying ...

Album Review – Doom Loop by Dream Nails

Dream Nails are an all-queer political collective, a chaotic punk rock foursome whose mission ...

EP Review – Restless Dreams by GRAVELLE

Goth pop is arguably the last thing you’d expect to hear blaring from a ...

EP REVIEW – Hex Domestic by Dragged Up

Hex Domestic is four tracks of clanging guitars, gritty bass, and some of the ...

EP Review – Fish Tank by Daisy Harris

Drawing from her experiences growing up in the 2000s, Fish Tank is a collection ...

EP Review – Overgrown by Lacuna

Glasgow’s Lacuna return with their latest EP, Overgrown. This time, regular members Emily Beckwith ...

Moni Jitchell: UNREAL Album Launch – Live Review

For May’s print edition of SNACK mag, I had the pleasure of reviewing Glasgow ...

Hidden Door Festival 2023 (review)

Hidden Door Festival first opened its doors in 2014 and ever since the organisers ...