info@soyoungmagazine.com

by 29 Jan 2021

Review: Goat Girl – On All Fours

Giant Sequoia trees can live for more than 3,000 years, their gnarled bodies reaching nearly 300 feet towards the high heavens and their core, the twisted grounding planted firmly in the soiled nature of our human sins is rapidly proving…

by 12 Jan 2021

Review: shame – Drunk Tank Pink

The last time I saw shame live was at the Forum in Kentish Town, in an explosive end to what seemed like a lifetime of touring their first album – and what a triumph. I have never seen a room…

by 02 Oct 2020

Review: Legss – ‘Doomswayers’ EP

Swans, for all their worth, are symbolically worth much more. Combining the elemental virtues of air and water, they embody beauty and sanctity despite having attitudinal issues and ugly babies. The Danes value their metaphorical inspirations, the Queen of England…

by 30 Sep 2020

Review: Walt Disco – ‘Young, Hard & Handsome’ EP

Seminal icon Marcel Proust acknowledged that “remembrance of things past, is not necessarily a remembrance of things as they were”. Paying homage to an era gone by is only worth half your time if to be a sub-cultural conservationist, one…