Album Review: Seigo Aoyama – On the Drift

Tokyo-based composer and sound designer Seigo Aoyama has been building imaginary worlds for years. ...

Album Review: Clémentine March – Songs of Resilience

At its heart Songs of Resilience is very like its artist – eclectic, charming, ...

EP Review: Lloyd’s House – We Could be Friends

Released via Corkscrew Records and recorded entirely on a 2005 8-track mixer, Lloyd’s House’ ...

Review: Dardishi Zine – Issue 2

Dardishi Zine is a community arts project founded by and showcasing the cultural talents ...

Interview: Sean Focus – Incase I Don’t Dream

SNACK caught up with Sean Focus to discuss his latest album Incase I Don’t ...

review: sarya – i’ll break my heart (so you don’t have to)

Listeners of SNACK’s ‘Best of 2020’ playlist may have noticed the spoken word track ...

2020 Moments: Lizzie McCreadie’s Glitterbawl

With 2020 drawing to a close, we’ve asked our writers to tell us about ...

Love Music Hate Racism – The Beautiful Resistance

Love Music Hate Racism have been organising grassroot campaigns to combat racism and xenophobia ...

Interview: Slow Weather – Clean Living

SNACK met up with Annie Booth and Chris McCrory of Slow Weather to discuss ...

Single Review: Quiche – Hor-Cha

In a sharp departure from the psychedelic infused textures of their previous releases, Quiche’s ...

Album review: Lizabett Russo – While I Sit Here and Watch this Tree Volume 1

In her latest album Russo presents the perfect blend of melancholia and hope combined; ...

Dream wife

Supporting Gender Diversity in Music

Readers of last month’s edition of SNACK magazine, and anyone with even a passing ...