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  • Interview: Meet Illustrator Antonio Giovanni Pinna
  • Listen: Wild Fruit Art Collective release ‘Every Conversation Is A Sale’
  • Watch: Bristol’s Cruelty release debut single ahead of IDLES afterparty show

Interview: Meet Illustrator Antonio Giovanni Pinna

12 Oct 2018

Antonio Giovanni Pinna is an illustrator based in Milan, Italy. Antonio, won our fourth illustration competition in September with his amazing Beatles entry which was featured in our eighteenth issue and will be displayed at our winners exhibition later this year. We caught up with Antonio to find out what inspires him and what we… Read more »

Listen: Wild Fruit Art Collective release ‘Every Conversation Is A Sale’

12 Oct 2018

Wild Fruit Art Collective’s sound was born in Liverpool but fermented in the dark womb of The Windmill Brixton. Since moving down south the boys have played alongside the likes of Goat Girl, Madonnatron and Meatraffle, making a name for themselves as an impressive live act, due to their wild shows of animalistic abandon. And… Read more »

Watch: Bristol’s Cruelty release debut single ahead of IDLES afterparty show

10 Oct 2018

Bristol’s own Cruelty are the latest in an emerging lineage of bands playing furious post punk with a social conscience. New single ‘Disgraced’ is a ferocious foray into the uncomfortable, as it explores the relationship between mental health and romantic love – and deciding the sound the pairing creates is one of frantic drumbeat, Wytches-esque… Read more »

Listen: The Starlight Magic Hour return with debut EP ‘The End of the Party’

08 Oct 2018

Although they haven’t been together long, The Starlight Magic Hour have attracted a great deal of attention for their genre-defying depictions of ne’er-do-well wastrels. And while their penchant for NSFW lyrics makes them fitting signees to London label ‘Permanent Creeps’, there is a perverse pleasure to be found in the Starlight Magic Hour’s music. Not… Read more »

Announcement: Our Illustration Competition is BACK!

07 Oct 2018

We are on the lookout for the next great So Young illustrator to bring something new to our pages! Continuing on from our previous year of competitions, we will run quarterly competitions to coincide with each new issue of So Young culminating in several exhibitions in London, where we can have a knees up to… Read more »

Listen: Luxury Apartments release second single ‘The White Horse’

04 Oct 2018

“The White Horse” is a song imbued with all of the feral intensity for which Luxury Apartments have become known. The listener is greeted with dissonant guitars and a crunching bassline that winds its way around the drums until the halfway point when an abrupt change in tempo renders the song a more straightforward thrash. The… Read more »

Who Are You? We chat to Squid

04 Oct 2018

Within the pages of our print and online magazine lies a section of great importance. Titled ‘Who Are You?’, we stick our ear to the ground and introduce you to the sounds that are making people whisper up and down the country. Hopefully, some time in the near future, they’ll become the regulars on your… Read more »

In Photos: Amyl and the Sniffers at The Windmill

02 Oct 2018

The pedal is currently pressed to the floor for Amyl and the Sniffers. The band have just signed to Rough Trade Records and are currently in the midst of a US tour before they join up with Slaves in November for a full UK run. Whilst in London last week, the Aussie punks celebrated the… Read more »

RIP Dale Barclay. A true original

26 Sep 2018

Today is a sad one, we’ve found out that Dale Barclay has died. The frontman of the incredible, Amazing Snakeheads, part time member of the Fat White Family and more recently And Yet It Moves, has effected the underground community more than he’d probably ever comprehend. Dale had recently been suffering from a rare Brain… Read more »

Listen: Allah-Las Guitarist Pedrum Siadatian releases debut track with project PAINT

25 Sep 2018

Channeling DIY homegrown dreaminess and idiosyncratic psychedelia, Pedrum Siadatian, – guitarist of the Allah-Las – has stepped out on his own with his aptly titled solo project, PAINT. PAINT is all about self expression, writing songs that speak volumes in their messiness as they mimic the complexity of human feeling.  ‘Daily Gazette’, the first track to drop… Read more »