• Who Are You? The Rhythm Method & Lynks Afrikka at The Exchange, Bristol

    Who Are You? The Rhythm Method & Lynks Afrikka at The Exchange, Bristol

    £8 adv // The Exchange (Basement), Bristol
    18th October 2019


    A monthly night hosted in partnership by Wax Music & So Young Magazine, featuring the most exciting new artists from Bristol and beyond. This month, Who Are You? brings THE RHYTHM METHOD and Lynks Afrikka to The Exchange (Basement), Bristol on 18/10/19.

    Tickets £8 ADV.

    The Rhythm Method
    Lynks Afrikka

    ON SALE 10AM, 27.09.19
    £8.00 adv. from Headfirst –

    The Exchange (Basement)
    72 – 73 Old Market
    Bristol, BS2 0EJ

  • Working Mens Club at The Boileroom, Guildford

    Working Mens Club at The Boileroom, Guildford

    £8 // The Boileroom, Guildford
    25th October 2019

    So Young Magazine and The Boileroom
    Working Men’s Club at The Boileroom, Guildford
    Support from Ugly

    Madding crowds may have found their bounce to the beat of ‘Bad Blood’s post-punk groove but Working Men’s Club will defy all expectation with their eagerly anticipated follow-up. Forcing backs off the wall and deeper onto the dancefloor, electric stomper ‘Teeth’ possesses enough bite to set pearly whites on edge and induce a wildly ecstatic feeling that’s anything but comfortable.

    “It is a metaphor,” teases the band’s singer, guitarist and beat-maker, Sydney Minsky-Sargeant. “It could be about going insane or what you see, what you think you feel inside, a lot of things… put through a drum machine… basically we just want to confuse the fuck out of people, in a good way!”

    For Syd, alongside fellow Club members Giulia Bonometti, Jake Bogacki, and recently recruited bassist Liam Ogburn, the last 12 months has seen the 4-piece buckle up for a meteoric rise that’s been a hell of a ride. “Signing to Heavenly was a big deal for us,” offers Jake. “We’ve worshiped the label and its bands for a long time so it’s nice to be part of the family. It’s a culture; we’re all running in parallel.”

    Shows with Fat White Family and The Brian Jonestown Massacre, and a day of packed-out Great Escape appearance have paved the way for the band as they hone their rhythm ahead of Bluedot, Manchester Psychfest, Latitude and Manchester International Festival later this summer, before a tour with Bodega and their first headline tour though October and November.

    After ‘Bad Blood’ received early support from Steve Lamacq, demand brought about a third repressing of their debut 7”, and it topped the vinyl charts; giving rise to a band subconsciously making us all slaves to the rave. “We do this because we love it.” says Syd. “But it’s not about us, we’re just faces. Working Men’s Club is about the music, the vibe, and that feeling, forcing you to move. Anyone can join.”

  • Sorry at Heartbreakers, Southampton

    Sorry at Heartbreakers, Southampton

    £10 adv // Heartbreakers, Southampton
    16th November 2019

    Honeymooner & So Young Magazine presents:
    Sorry – Heartbreakers – 16/11/19 – 16+
    On sale now

    Centred around Asha Lorenz and Louis O’Bryen, two 22-year-old childhood best friends, Sorry were signed by Domino after developing a reputation as the most thrilling new band on London’s underground circuit. Sorry’s lineup is completed by Lincoln Barrett on drums and bassist Campbell Baum alongside a new addition in Marco Pini on synths.

    Having spent the past couple of years releasing a string of singles and a pair of video mixtapes that won the band praise from the likes of Pitchfork, The Fader, Vice, Dazed and more, the band are preparing to announce their biggest project to date with new music right around the corner.

  • So Young & Council Records present The All Dayer, Caerdydd/Cardiff

    So Young & Council Records present The All Dayer, Caerdydd/Cardiff

    £10 Adv // Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
    16th November 2019

    Council Records & So Young yn cyflwyno / presents: The All Dayer


    Matt Maltese


    Talk Show

    Plus Special Guests to be announced.

    Caerdydd / Cardiff

    Tocynnau / Tickets £10


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  • Crows at The Joiners, Southampton

    Crows at The Joiners, Southampton

    £10 // The Joiners, Southampton
    28th November 2019

    Following the release of their eagerly anticipated debut album ‘Silver Tongues’ earlier this year, Crows head out on a tour of the UK. So Young Magazine and Honeymooner are delighted to bring them to The Joiners on 28/11/19.

    Tickets available Weds 14th August vis See & Dice.


    “with the release of brilliant first album Silver Tongues, Crows’ vision seems to have finally been vindicated. Showcasing both the frenetic energy of their live set (indeed, several tracks from the album are re-recordings of older songs) – but also more forward-looking, expansive, almost shoegaze-y territory in the latter half, the album is a testament to what can be achieved with sheer determination and uncompromising commitment to the sort of music they wanted to create.” So Young, Issue 21.

  • Fontaines D.C. at The 1865, Southampton

    Fontaines D.C. at The 1865, Southampton

    £15 // The 1865, Southampton
    1st December 2019

    DHP Family, The Joiners & So Young Magazine proudly present:
    Fontaines D.C.
    + Special Guests
    The 1865

    Tickets on sale –

    The last six months have seen Fontaines D.C. release four hotly received double A-side singles, all of which were named as singles of the week by Rough Trade, and garnered early support from the likes of Steve Lamacq and others on BBC 6 Music, as well as earning feature space from every major Irish and UK publication. They have toured sold-out shows across Ireland, the UK and Europe, and will embark on a full world tour throughout 2019.