The Juice #07 : Call for Submissions

Posted on March 7th, 2019

Last year we grew outside of our comfort zone as a publication. By publishing work and words by people from communities that had not been given visibility on previous zines we started a process.

This year we want to build on that process and expand it beyond our own editorial limitations.

So issue 7 of The Juice is about what is outside of our reach. There are endless worlds outside of what each of us can experience as individuals. We want to document them.

“Other Worlds” is the overall theme for the new zine. We want you to bring your world to us. We want to talk about the irregular, the uncommon, the ostracized, the outside the box. Other ways of doing things. Other perspectives. Other experiences. Other cultures. Other zines.

In an effort of continuation, we would particularly like to hear from people who have never collaborated with a fanzine before, people from minority groups who are underrepresented in mainstream media, or people who feel a specific topic/experience lacks visibility and accurate depictions in the regular channels.

Illustrators, bloggers, writers, musicians, artists, photographers, designers, entrepreneurs...whatever your craft, we’d love to hear your take on the ideas expressed above, or just pitch us something you’re passionate about.

The theme and guidelines mentioned above are not exclusive and strict, so to be clear: this is an OPEN CALL to ANYONE AND EVERYONE.

We will be accepting submissions and ideas until April 30th 2019.
Just send us an email or use our contact page.



What's Happening in 2019

Posted on February 5th, 2019

It’s been a minute since our last update, a few things have changed.

In 2018 we didn’t put out any new records. Still, it was probably our busiest year to date.
We put on several gigs in London, all three of our current acts went on small international tours (Heka even went on the radio), we did a new t-shirt and closed the year with what was undoubtedly our most successful zine release to date - so successful that we only have a couple (that’s 2!!!) copies left!


But 2018 was also our last year officially based in London.
After almost a decade in this city the cost of living has become too much of a burden, and running a label-cum-publisher out of our bedroom can never be a long-term solution. Add that to the real prospect of a no-deal Brexit and the move became imperative.

So where are we going next? The world. We start in Singapore on February 1st and the aim is to become a fully mobile entity, travelling and running things remotely while also taking the opportunity to collaborate with people from parts of the globe which would otherwise be off our radar.

Before you ask: no, we’re not becoming a netlabel, a digital-only publisher, influencers, digital nomads, or an instagram travel couple...yes, there will be way more online activity, specially related to our journey, we got a few tricks up our sleeves and ideas we want to try, but we’re still very much fond of physical formats and the intimate and personalised experience of holding a carefully crafted artefact in our hands.

So do expect at least two new records being released soon, a new zine later in the year, and probably more, once we get our modus operandi fully running.

Thank you so much for your continued support over the years and to all the collaborators who have been kind enough to share their knowledge and time with us on all the projects. All of you have been crucial to the start of this new stage and we’re super excited to show you what’s in the works for the future.

And if you’re just now finding out about us, keep an eye out cause things are about to get more dynamic than ever.


The Juice #06 Launch & Bráulio Amado: JUVENTUDO Exhibition

Posted on October 10th, 2018

New issue of The Juice Fanzine is finally ready!

PRE-ORDER HERE

“Growth” is the theme for issue 06 so we pushed ourselves out of our editorial comfort zone, reaching out to new people, some of them from communities who we felt may have been outside the scope of our previous zines. And we're also printing contents in full colour and doing a 2 day event for the first time!

Alongside the zine launch we’re also hosting JUVENTUDO, a photography exhibition from Bráulio Amado, the unrelenting design & illustration powerhouse known for his work with entities such as Adidas, The New York Times and artists like Frank Ocean.
Challenged by our team to collaborate with us on the zine, he politely declined a career retrospect interview and proposed JUVENTUDO instead - an unpretentious series of gritty point and shoot photographs. Candid moments compiled with a satirical take on the photography/zine world.

This is the very first time Bráulio presents his photography in London.

LAUNCH EVENT & EXHIBITION - FRIDAY 9th NOVEMBER
EXHIBITION DAY 2 - SATURDAY 10th NOVEMBER

at 5th BASE Gallery
23 Heneage Street, London E1 5LJ

Opening times:
Friday 17:00 - 21:00 (Launch Event)
Saturday 10:00 - 19:00

Nearest stations:
Aldgate East (District Line)
Shoreditch High Street (Overground)

FB Event | Eventbrite | Billetto

Pre-order the zine - there's an option to collect at the event with no shipping costs.

Booze kindly provided by Old Blue Last Beer.


JUICY SUMMER T-SHIRT

Posted on August 18th, 2018

Juicy Summer T-Shirt

Who doesn't love ice cream?

It's been years since we did a wearable merch piece, so this time we had to twist it up a bit.

Ieva delivered a minimal and summery interpretation of our logo, Gabriel at 1831 Shop did the embroidery and we picked soft-style white cotton tees. Perfect for those hot Summer days.

They were done for as a special limited run for our Juicy Sunday party at Rye Wax, but you can get them from the webstore too.


JUICY SUNDAY

Posted on July 27th, 2018

Summertime is always the best time. We all love the sun and heatwave is on its way of becoming the word of the year in London.

That's why we're doing a takeover of Rye Wax in August, and we bringing along a bunch of friends. We'll have over 6 DJ's and 2 live acts - including our very own Heka - span over a good 7 hours of uninterrupted music. Add that to the chill temperature of Peckham's most famous basement and their refined supply of drinks, food & records and we're set for a banging day.

Free entry as usual. FB Event.