Music

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

Music video premiere: Twelfth Day – Fact of Life

We're delighted to host the video premiere of Twelfth Day's 'Fact of Life', directed by BAFTA award-winning filmmaker Hannah Currie. Out from tomorrow 14th May, the contemporary Scottish folk/classical duo's song is a moving and poignant track based around their ...

Single review: Jigsawtiger – Bones

Backing vocals of this nature haven’t been launched at us so unexpectedly since KT ...

Single review: HYYTS – SOS

Glaswegian duo HYYTS’ latest single ‘SOS’ tackles the important subject of mental health support ...

Track by Track: Sigur Rós – Odin’s Raven Magic

The far-reaching influence which Sigur Rós have had on contemporary music culture could well ...

Interview: Slow Weather – Clean Living

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

Single Review: DRIFT – The Isle of, pt.2

DRIFT are back with their lush new single, ‘The Isle of, pt.2’, exploring the ...

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; ...

Album Review: Lizabett Russo – While I Sit Here and Watch This Tree Volume 1

In a very different time and place, Lizabett’s music and vocals would probably be ...

Single review: The Vegan Leather – Gloaming

‘Gloaming’ is a cracking return from Paisley art-poppers The Vegan Leather. The single, released ...

Interview: Beabadoobee – Fake it Flowers

Beabadoobee has had quite the year. From being featured on the BBC’s Sound of ...

Interview: SUUNS talk about their new EP, FICTION

Montreal based SUUNS (pronounced Soons) new EP, FICTION, sees the band looking back in ...

Interview: Sarah Martin (Belle & Sebastian) – What To Look For In Summer’

It’s early November, and thick morning fog covers central Scotland as I speak to ...