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Articles by: So Young Magazine

by 24 Aug 2018

Issue 18 Illustration Competition: Two Weeks Left To Enter

We are on the lookout for the next great So Young illustrator to bring something new to our pages! As our eighteenth issue draws closer, the deadline for entries to our Illustration Competition does too. Entrants to our competition have the…

by 24 Aug 2018

Listen: Leeds’ MUSH release captivating single ‘Dopemine Loops’

Whilst the likes of Bodega are hopping across the pond with their intelligent insight of society through well thought out playful guitar songs, Leeds quartet Mush are raising the game and producing slacker art rock that has seen the band produce guitar…

by 23 Aug 2018

Portsmouth’s Dials Festival announce final wave of acts including Yassassin and Krush Puppies

Portsmouth and more specifically Southsea, has always had it’s own scene. Gig goers would and will continuously fill its large and small venues but always with an ear to the ground for what’s rising. A micro Brighton of sorts, the…

by 07 Aug 2018

Watch: Bloody Knees release video for new single ‘Spinning’

If we are keeping it simple, Bloody Knees sit somewhere safely between Nirvana and Oasis. That’s not to say that they’re another 90s regurgitation, but since their formation around 2013, you’ll have found them in the pages of NME and…

by 06 Aug 2018

Who Are You?: Fontaines D.C.

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…

by 03 Aug 2018

Who Are You?: ALASKALASKA

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…

by 02 Aug 2018

Watch: Sports Team release new single ‘Margate’

London’s Sports Team have had a successful time trekking the country of late, be it festival tents or regional shows in small venues, it’s quite likely you’ll have had a chance to see them nearby. Friday 3rd August sees them…

by 27 Jul 2018

Watch: Fur return with visuals for single ‘What Would I Do?’

Having opened The Nest for our stage at this years Truck Festival, Brighton four piece, Fur were able to show off their 60’s inspired sounds that have garnered them an array of buzz as well as cementing themselves as one…

by 20 Jul 2018

In Photos: Citadel Festival

Gunnersbury Park was a busy place at the weekend. Following two days of Lovebox action, Citadel Festival took over and brought one of the most exciting one day line ups to London on one of the hottest days of the…