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  • New Year, New Music, New You: Lazarus Kane, PVA, Lynks Afrikka & Pynch

    New Year, New Music, New You: Lazarus Kane, PVA, Lynks Afrikka & Pynch

    £5.50 // Elsewhere, Margate
    25th January 2020

    ART’S COOL and So Young Magazine present
    NEW YEAR. NEW MUSIC. NEW YOU! 2020
    *first 30 tickets free*

    featuring
    Lazarus Kane PVA Lynks Afrikka * Pynch

    Saturday 25th January 2020
    Elsewhere
    7:00pm
    First 30 tickets are FREE!
    Advance tickets £5 >> http://bit.ly/newyearnewmusicnewyou
    £8 door

    Ah, the New Year. Often and in hindsight littered with shards of broken promises of a New You but always jam packed with the most exciting New Music from musicians and artists from across this unfair land.

    In the spirit of all things shiny and New, we’ve teamed up with So Young Magazine to showcase some of the artists that we are most excited for and about for the year 2020.

    Lazarus Kane’s recent debut single ‘Narcissus’ was described as “a wonderfully disco-drenched number with the soulful cocksure vibe of Prince, but hemmed beautifully with a Primal Scream edge.” But just WHO is Lazarus Kane and after years of flirting and rubbing shoulders with Hollywood A-listers for the past 20 years, why have we only just heard of his genius penchant for a disc-go hit?

    Lynks Afrikka, the post-drag alter ego of producer Elliot Brett is a compelling prospect if heady dollops of club banger electro-punk with lashings of satire, scandalous threads and perfectly choreographed dance routines are your thing (they really are your thing). It’s a refreshing dose of pop that says it how it is without taking itself too seriously.

    Pynch is the project of Thanet raised songwriter Spencer Enock. Pynch’s most recent Speedy Wunderground released single Disco Lights is an exercise in shimmering, sky doused indie pop perfect for the coming of age movie that is your life.

    As if that isn’t already enough we have yet more greatness waiting in the wings. All to be revealed very soon.

  • Who Are You? Walt Disco, Mouse, Fever 103 at Exchange, Bristol

    Who Are You? Walt Disco, Mouse, Fever 103 at Exchange, Bristol

    £6 Adv // The Exchange (Basement), Bristol
    22nd January 2020

    Wax Music & So Young Magazine present:

    WHO ARE YOU?

    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 Walt Disco, Mouse and Fever 103° to The Exchange (Basement), Bristol on 22/01/20.

    Tickets £6 ADV.

    Walt Disco
    Mouse
    Fever 103

    ON SALE 10AM, 09.12.19
    £6.00 adv. from Headfirst – http://hdfst.uk/E58665

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

  • So Young 2019/20 Exhibition Launch Party: Do Nothing, Drug Store Romeos, Legss & Norman.

    So Young 2019/20 Exhibition Launch Party: Do Nothing, Drug Store Romeos, Legss & Norman.

    £5 // The Social, 5 Little Portland St, Fitzrovia, London W1W 7JD
    27th January 2020

    So Young Magazine Exhibition Launch

    Taking over The Social on the first night of Independent Venue Week, we host our 2019/20 Exhibition upstairs & launch it downstairs with some of our favourite bands.

    Music from Do Nothing, Drug Store Romeos, Legss & Norman.

    Tickets £5 via Dice

  • We Are So Young 8: Lacuna Common, Rosie Alena & The Shuks

    We Are So Young 8: Lacuna Common, Rosie Alena & The Shuks

    £5 // The Social, 5 Little Portland St, Fitzrovia, London W1W 7JD
    30th January 2020

    We Are So Young is a new series of nights, with each show carefully curated and featuring some of our favourite new bands. It’s not about a headliner, it’s about taking a punt on some new names. We Are So Young 8 brings Lacuna Common, Rosie Alena and The Shuks to The Social, London.

    Tickets £5 (inc Booking Fee) via Dice

  • Lice at Heartbreakers, Southampton

    Lice at Heartbreakers, Southampton

    £7 Adv // Heartbreakers, Southampton
    16th March 2020

    Honeymooner & So Young Magazine presents:
    LICE at Heartbreakers, Southampton
    16/03/19 / 16+ / £7 advance
    On sale Fri 06 Dec, 10am: http://honeymooner.seetickets.com

    “…if you ever get the joy of seeing them live, they are definitely not pretenders- they are a formidable, formidable band” Joe Talbot (IDLES) on BBC Radio 6 Music

    Caustic, cerebral and bizarre, LICE have spent their early years flirting with mainstream acclaim while remaining British punk’s constant outliers. Often a tight-fit for traditional punk fans, LICE have cultivated a devoted following amongst seekers of more transgressive, unusual guitar music.

    Emerging from Bristol’s vital avant-garde scene, the group shot to prominence with incendiary DIY headline shows and supports for The Fall, Fat White Family & Girl Band.