Music

Interviews, previews, reviews and more.  A focus on independent musicians and producers who are from, working in or playing soon in Scotland.

EP Review: RYLAH – Running in the Dark

RYLAH might be a new name to you, but they’re likely to be more familiar than you think. The Running In The Dark EP delivers three songs that place them neatly into the edgy-yet-cool electronic pile. The EP’s title track ...

Interview: Martha Ffion: Nights To Forget

Glasgow, and Scotland, thrives and prospers with the help of others. The local music ...

Album reaction: Taylor Swift ‘Folklore’

Last Thursday was a wild day for me. I was casually scrolling through my ...

Single review: Zoe Graham – Know By Now’

The years Zoe Graham has already clocked up in the business belie her still-relatively ...

Single review: Man of Moon – Strangers

It is fair to say the music team at SNACK have been fans of ...

EP Review: Massive Attack – Eutopia

Climate Energy, Tax Havens, Universal Basic Income.  There’s no radio-friendly action on the Eutopia ...

Interview: Erland Cooper- Hether Blether

Erland Cooper’s ‘Orkney Triptych’ is a transportive and often stunning blend of contemporary classical, ...

£2.2 Million Reprieve From Scottish Government For Grassroots Music Venues

The Scottish music industry received an overdue but welcome reprieve as it was announced ...

Album review: Margo Price – That’s How Rumors Get Started

You may be familiar with Margo Price as a country singer, but this is ...

Interview: Ghostpoet talks about his latest album ‘I Grow Tired But Dare Not Fall Asleep’

Resisting the temptation to sugarcoat the world around us, London-based artist Ghostpoet continues to ...

Crossing the bridge words SNACK

SNACK…IN July Playlist #1

Illustration: Fionnlagh Ballantine

Single review: The Son(s) – Silver Fingers

‘Silver Fingers’ is the first release from The Son(s) since their 2014 album The ...