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TRNSMT 2024 Day Two: NewDad, Bottle Rockets, Dead Pony, Plasticine, and the Boogie Bar

As said by footballers after a defeat, with TRNSMT ‘we go again’. Day two ...

Scorpio Leisure ‘Scorpio Leisure’ (Album Review)

For those of you wondering… Yes, Scorpio Leisure are named after the legendary Leith ...

Dark Fidelity Hi-Fi ‘Formations ‘ (Album Review)

A new release on Bricolage is always going to be worth our attention – ...

SNACK Bits (July 2024) – Scotland’s Essential New Music Guide

As we’re pushing the word limit already (and the editor is no doubt raging ...

TRNSMT Day One: The Last Dinner Party, Sugababes, Liam Gallagher, Garbage, Neive Ella & Wunderhorse

The annual moans about the TRNSMT line-up grow louder each year. Yet, with another ...

Be Like Pablo ‘A World Apart’ (Album Review)

A World Apart is the second full-length album from Forres based Be Like Pablo ...

Night Caller ‘So Much Pink’ (EP Review)

This EP is fun and camp, but it also features a dry sense of ...

Susan Bear ‘Algorithmic Mood Music’ (Album Review)

It’s a relief to hear Susan Bear delivers the title of her third album, ...

Ari Tsugi on musical chemistry, spirituality, and gifts of the universe.

The latest signing to Rebecca Vasmant’s label, Rebecca’s Records, Ari Tsugi are a psychedelic ...

SNACK x St James Quarter Sessions 2024 || applications now open

Applications are now open for SNACK x St James Quarter Busking Sessions. We are ...

Shania Twain – Stirling Summer Sessions – 2nd of July 2024 (live review)

Stirling is probably the last place I’d expect to see Delta Goodrem (Neighbours, anyone?) ...

Phillip Jon Taylor – De Nada Track by Track

Driven by loss and life-altering revelations, five years ago Phillip Jon Taylor relocated from ...