> Matthew O'Donnell, Author at SNACK: Music, film, arts and culture magazine for Scotland

Album Review: Hex Dealer by Lip Critic

In an era of genre-defying acts like Clown Core and Ho99o9, we’re seeing a ...

EP Review: Cardinal Fire by Grayling

Grayling’s second EP, Cardinal Fire, is set to release later this month via Wild ...

Single Review – Too Hard To Explain By TEOSE

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

Single Review – Dogma by Wine Moms

I remember the first time I saw Wine Moms play – I saw their ...

Single Review – Tell Me Again by Marky Wildtype

In a departure from his previous indie folk sound, Marky Wildtype’s latest single ‘Tell ...

Polly – Project 46 (single review)

‘Project 46’ is the welcome new work from noisy post-punk four piece POLLY, the ...

Kilgour – Feel the Weight (single review)

The soundtrack to your commute just dropped. Kilgour’s latest single, ‘Feel The Weight’, mixes ...

EP Review – Burn Your Furniture by The Kidney Flowers

No-nonsense garage punk is truly timeless. Getting three or four of your mates together ...

Shelf, Teenage Men – Fringe Review

There’s a queue out the door and around the corner as I arrive at ...

Gig Review: Lewis McLaughlin – CCA, 20th January 

After a breakout 2022 for Lewis McLaughlin featuring his debut album, Feel The Ground ...

Theatre Review: Fills Monkey – We Will Drum You

The stage at The Grand, Pleasance Courtyard, is densely occupied by two dimly lit ...

Theatre Review: Shelf – Hair

Shelf is the self-described ‘sort of’ musical comedy double act made up of Rachel ...

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