Review

Book review: Andrew O’Hagan – Mayflies

Andrew O’Hagan often weaves fact and fiction in his novels, using real lives and ...

Review: Dardishi Zine – Issue 2

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

Film Review: Comfort Zone looks at Tbilisi’s vibrant drag community, focusing on activist and performer Matt Shally

Comfort Zone, a short film by Paris-based director Jordan Blady, dazzlingly showcases Tbilisi’s LGBTQ+ ...

Jackie Chan’s ‘The Young Master’ to be released on Blu Ray

The last couple of years or so have been heaven for fans of classic ...

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 ...

Review: Velvet – Black and Blue

Glasgow band Velvet’s excellent new single can simultaneously be described as soulful and menacing, ...

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Review: Viagra Boys – Welfare Jazz

Jazz, rockabilly, honky-tonk, melodic pop, electronica, and a lingering sense of dread: Swedish post-punk ...

Review: James Yorkston and The Second Hand Orchestra – The Wide, Wide River

No matter the year, January is the month for warmth, comfort and things that ...

Track by Track: Sleaford Mods – Spare Ribs

On their 11th studio album, you might wonder if Sleaford Mods would start to ...

EP Review: Olivia Thom –Through It

Originally from Aberdeen, Glasgow based singer-songwriter Olivia Thom’s debut EP Through It has come ...

Review: Neil Young – Return to Greendale

Neil Young’s Performance Archives series has treated fans to such wonders as the legendary ...

Single review: Barry Can’t Swim – Some Day I Will

Originally from Edinburgh and now living in London, Barry Can’t Swim is a jazz-trained ...