Posted on March 15th, 2018
This month, the ragazzi are headed to their homeland for some live shows and a good top-up on their vitamin D levels. In the luggage they'll bring the latest Struggle 12" EP and maybe a new song or two.
Here are the full details for the tour:
March 29th - Circolo ARCI Sud, Torino
March 30th - La Casa Di Paglia, Fontaneto d'Agogna - FB Event
March 31st - Binario69, Bologna - FB Event
April 1st - Caffè Internazionale, Palermo - FB Event
Go and show them some love if you happen to be around.
Posted on March 14th, 2018
Straight after her London intimate gig, Heka headed to the beautiful island of Sicily in Italy for a short tour.
If you happen to be around come and say hi. She'll have copies of her Singles Collection to sell.
Here are the full tour details:
Thursday March 15th @ Monkey, Palermo - FB Event
Friday March 16th @ Centro Sud, Castelbuono - FB Event
Saturday March 17th @ Stato Brado, Palermo - FB Event
Posted on February 20th, 2018
heka is giving no truce to 2018. Adding to her live gig happening on March 7th, she's also doing a little appearance on the Get In Her Ears radio show, presented by the lovely Tash & Mari, who have been nothing but supportive of her music (listen here their late 2017 episode where they introduce heka's music around the 1h 23m mark).
The show promotes A LOT of new music with female presence so we're really excited to have one of our artists showcase her talent in such a meaningful environment.
Catch it next week Thursday 1st of March 8-10pm at Hoxton Radio.
Posted on February 7th, 2018
Heka likes to keep things intimate. So for her first live performance in 2018 we asked the folks at the always welcoming Rye Wax in Peckham if they'd let us do something different.
Bringing the songs compiled on her Singles Collection - which we released last December - into a live setting for the first time means this is a rare opportunity to witness raw artistic process and experimentation, watching each track blossom into a new version of itself.
Supporting her will be John Haycock, a very talented multi instrumentalist who delivers meticulously crafted songs through means of live looping and his home-made kora (21 string African harp).
RE.ZX will do a DJ set to warm things up with an hour of music carefully curated for the event.
Join us for this special moment and fall in love with two mesmerising artists. It's free entry.
Posted on January 4th, 2018
The year that just ended marked seven years of Juicy.
When started, the plan was just to follow a passion and put out little artefacts, pieces of time really, that I believed in, while collaborating with old friends and making new ones along the way.
Even though I've striven to be professional and serious from day one, I've been shit at some areas of running a label. One of them was financial control and overall accounting.
Juicy has been a "money pit" since its inception, a financial black hole acknowledged from early on. That was until 2017.
The goals of achieving balance in our cash flow and finishing the year "on green" - without monetary loss - were established last January and I'm happy to announce we have delivered. It's a tiny achievement but it feels like a huge step forward. A step out of darkness and not knowing if we could ever afford to work on another project.
This is not a self-indulged pat on the back, it's a thank you note.
THANK YOU to everyone who has been part of the journey so far: every artist we have worked and are currently working with, zine collaborator, release partner, distributor, every single friend and absolute stranger who by any shape or form has supported what we do. Means the world.
Let's try to do better this year. On to the new challenges of 2018.