Snack Villain is the project of Scottish musician and artist Adam Skirving, who also heads up Scottish DIY label Spiral Oh.
His varied output as Snack Villain combines disparate punk, surf, jazz and electronic elements, and he creates all his own artwork and videos for the music. Following a string of singles since the project's inception in 2017, his official debut EP Vision Vortex releases Spring 2019.

"Witty dour lyrics meet unusual inventive sounds. Oh boy - do these tunes have a lot to say." - NME (Top 100 2019)
"Snack Villain is one of Scotland's more curious musical figures, a thorn in the sound of complacency for some time now." - Clash Magazine
"Cultivating a sundried fantasy directed by Tarantino" - ravechild
"An artist who operates on his own terms and who refuses to adhere to any boundaries put in place by genre or convention." - TENEMENT TV


London 3-piece Oh800 bonded over a shared love of decayed early 80s New York underground - think CBGBs, ESG, 99 Records. Their debut album 'Character Building' was released in November 2018 and fizzes with intense yet witty existential energy, bound together by razor sharp guitars, a funked-up rhythm section and infectious glitchy electronica.


The mysterious qualities of Milk Disco have their audiences captivated with their visceral and distinct ‘noise pop’. They have released 3 singles in 2017 on Ra Ra Rok Records, now showcasing new material and expecting another release for 2019, Milk Disco look set to put there stamp down as one of London’s most exciting live bands.

SURGE #1: Snack Villain / oh800 / Milk Disco

16 Mar 2019

Doors: 8pm
Milk Disco: 8.15pm
oh800: 9.15pm
Snack Villain: 10.15pm

The Glove That Fits

179 Morning Ln
E9 6LH



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