Fanzines are somewhat personal projects, that’s what I always loved about them.
As a result, my life got deeply involved in this second issue of the The JUICE.
Last year I took a break from the trials and tribulations of London and decided to go on a six months trip that took me from Iceland to India. I didn’t plan and research every step of the way, so many times decisions made on the spot would completely reshape my future. It was all depending on me and the people I met along the way.
Some of these people found their way into this new fanzine. I saw in them the passion for music, for creative writing, for film…for the same things that first motivated me to create this project. The JUICE, at the end of the day, is about collaboration. It’s about bonding different people around an idea and making it happen.
It’s still a fanzine about music, arts, travels and everything in between. Emphasising on Do It Yourself, underground culture and open minded thinking, with this Issue #02 we take you on a journey around a variety of projects, people and events heart-warmingly curated to highlight different and sometimes lesser known parts of the world.
THE JUICE Fanzine #02 contains:
Iceland Scene Report, through the eyes of Muck, one of the very few hardcore bands in the country.
Around the World in 35 Movies
Interview with David Cabrita from Ementa Skateboarding
Article: My First Hardcore Show
Artist Profile: Michael Ribeiro
Alex D'Alva Teixeira talking about his first vinyl
Interview with João Retorta focusing on his photographic work and his time in Brazil working with Vhils.
Interview with For The Glory
Article: Úlfur Alexander Einarsson – A Wolf in Hardcore’s Clothing
- Tracking Classics Between Italy and France
- Fluff Fest and Other European (Mis)Adventures
Photo Report: Lisbon Motelx
Vegan Cooking - Cruelty Free Flavours
+ Reviews and Playlist
It's a 8.5"x11" (21.6cm x 27.9cm) magazine, 78 pages, with coloured cover and black & white interior.
This issue is completely in English.
As for the video above, many thanks to our very talented friend Furia ACK for accepting the challenge of interpreting the Fanzine's cover over a wall in London and delivering such an amazing piece. Check out his work here.
ORDER the Fanzine here.