> Jo Higgs, Author at SNACK: Music, film, arts and culture magazine for Scotland

Slowdive: Everything Is Alive, music journalism today, and the ceiling of a certain Glasgow Ballroom

As crucial progenitors of the shoegaze scene, Slowdive have been producing wonderfully lush sounds ...

Book Review – The Coiled Serpent by Camilla Grudova

Camilla Grudova is not a writer for the classic ‘nice story,’ though her stylised ...

Interview – Elephant Sessions On Upcoming Shows, Hogmanay, and Scottish Cultural Traditions

Hailing from the highlands, folk-fusion project Elephant Sessions have been imprinting themselves more and ...

Interview – PAWS On Resetting, Returning And Noise

PAWS have long been one of the Scottish music scene’s greatest perpetrators of creative ...

Album Review – Almost Nothing by Almost Nothing

Across Roddy Woomble’s near thirty-year career, his ability to craft the most heartfelt melodies ...

Connect Festival 2023

At the end of August, marking the end of the Fringe and Edinburgh International ...

boygenius’ the record Is a Purgative Release

By naming their debut album the record, boygenius hammer home the excitement and scope ...

Album Review: Big Telephone – Beach Dog

Big Telephone’s second album in less than a year, Beach Dog is a project ...

A Working Class State of Mind author Colin Burnett chats about his next project

Since its original publication in 2021, Colin Burnett’s debut novel A Working Class State ...

Gig review: Personal Trainer – Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh 12th March 2023

‘The dance-punk inflections and full-room choruses in the collective’s repertoire ensure their place on ...

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