Review: HippFest – City Girl, We Women, The Boatswain’s Mate & Not For Sale

The Hippodrome Silent Film Festival has returned to its previous form, well to some ...

Hippfest 2022 – The Mark of Zorro

I grew up in Linlithgow, the neighbouring town to Bo’ness. Through the years there ...

Interview: Pictish Trail – Island Family

Johnny Lynch, AKA Pictish Trail, is an artist weel-kent in Scotland’s music scene. Not ...

Interview: The Ninth Wave – Heavy Like a Headache

The Ninth Wave’s Heavy Like a Headache is a stunning new album. It’s full ...

Hip hop meets Classical in celebration of Steg G’s – Surface Pressure

This Sunday 20th March, as part of the Govan Music Festival, an eclectic group ...

Book Review: Vashti Bunyan – Wayward: Just Another Life to Live

Wayward: Just Another Life to Live is Vashti Bunyan’s memoir, a riveting title that ...

Book Review: Julia Armfield – Our Wives Under The Sea

Our Wives Under The Sea is a promising, bold, gothic novel from the author ...

Book Review: Sequoia Nagamatsu – How High We Go in the Dark

How High We Go in the Dark is a profoundly prophetic debut novel that ...

SNACK Scottish Festivals Guide – March 2022

HIPPFEST Hippodrome Cinema, Bo’ness – 16th till 20th March Smushed into this sensational schedule ...

Single review: Monza Express – Lady Belle

The latest single from Aberdeen-based five-piece Monzo Express is the definition of catchy. From ...

Glasgow’s Southside Fringe invites you to Get Involved!

Southside Fringe Guest Post Hello 2022. We’re loving seeing the physical cultural scene come ...

Message from the editor: Condemn War Everywhere

Condemn war everywhere. As we were putting the March issue of SNACK to bed, ...