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Articles by: Ross Jones

by 08 Aug 2019

Listen: Bristol’s Football FC release new single ‘Big Time’

The first time I saw Football FC live, they were slightly pissed, sporting a cork hat and looking at each other half expectantly half unknowing, wondering when to begin. It was a revelation, a seamless and fervent performance that could’ve…

by 08 Aug 2019

Listen: Roxy Girls release new single ‘Spanners For Hands’ via Moshi Moshi Records

Roxy Girls give off the impression that they formed from necessity, a way of escaping the unending mundanity simply  by being creative together. Impressively, they capture such personal imperativeness with resounding success, their debut single a tightly wound and melodically…

by 07 Aug 2019

Watch: William Doyle releases video for ‘Nobody Else Will Tell You’

This past Sunday, I ventured around Columbia Road Flower Market. When attempting to find our way from tube stop to tube stop, our map led us around a wondrous display of different architecture, a fascinating suburbia at our finger tips,…

by 01 Aug 2019

Interview: Happyness return with ‘(…Hey New York)’ and announce two intimate shows

Happyness have returned! London duo Jonny Allen and Ash Kenazi have announced two intimate warm-up shows in Bristol and London before they play End of The Road Festival next month. To celebrate the announcement of their return, the pair have…

by 01 Aug 2019

Review: Truck Festival 2019

With So Young Magazine having spent six glorious years traipsing down to Oxfordshire, it felt about time I made the trip to Truck Festival. With this being my first time, numerous people sold it to me as “Reading but for…

by 15 Jul 2019

Listen: Squid announce EP with Speedy Wunderground and release single ‘The Cleaner’

“One of the most exciting things about being in Squid is I have no idea what type of music we are going to make next” explained Anton Pearson, one of the five figureheads that have formed the ever-progressive and evocative…

by 09 Jul 2019

Listen: Party Hardly release new single ‘Rats in the Kitchen’

Over the last couple years, Leeds upstarts Party Hardly have tinkered away at their boisterous politic-pop, advancing from cheeky slacker kids into a forceful, sharp bite in the backside of traditionalist Britain. ‘Rats In the Kitchen’, a further take from…

by 05 Jul 2019

Interview: The Murder Capital talk about playing outside of Ireland and a generation that’s opening up

The Murder Capital were formed out of necessity. Not just a desire but a genuine need to express oneself through the art of music. Having formed within such an encapsulating capital like Dublin, the group have quickly grown into themselves,…

by 30 May 2019

Watch: Swim Deep return with new single ‘To Feel Good’

Swim Deep’s return is a brazen and unblushing new chapter. Having been through the ringer as a group and thus in their personal lives, the band return unembellished and forthright with their new record ‘Emerald Classics’ – led by the…