JUICE MAGAZINE – NEWS UPDATE

We’ve got new merch up on the Juice Online Store. Check out the Special OPS tees available in classic, white lightning and stealth. Stay tuned for more new store items. For more from Juice Magazine head over to Facebook and hit up our new Group Page and follow us on Twitter @JUICEMAGAZINE. If you want to subscribe to the Juice Magazine Newsletter subscribe to the blog and you are automatically signed up.

For all you music freaks, Juice Magazine Sk8-Tracks Volume 2 is almost here. Due to launch next week Monday, it will feature tracks from The Generators, TSOL, The Dead Milkmen, Slightly Stoopid and more. Members of the Juice Magazine Official Group Page and Juice Magazine Blog will be the first to know when this FREE download goes live.

Newsletter is around the corner and we want to know what you’re up to. Send your news to juice@juicemagazine.com to have it included in this month’s newsletter.

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CHRIS CAHILL MEMORIAL PADDLE OUT

We remember Chris Cahill this Saturday July 9th, 2011. The memorial will take place at Dorothy Green Park, at the beach end of Ocean Park Blvd. It will commence around 2:00PM and end around 5:30PM or so. Paddle out to take place after memorial (approx. 7:00 PM) at Station 26 — end of Ocean Park Blvd.

Head over to the event page for more information on how to get involved and more information.

 

SYMBOL SIX SHOW – JULY 2ND @ 6PM

Symbol Six and GFP wit Tony Alva are playing on July 2nd for Punk Rock On the Westside. Hit up Trip on Saturday July 2nd at 6PM for this one of a kind show!

VERMONT SKATEBOARDS CRETE BASH N’ CAMP OUT

Roll out to the Bondville Bowl at Mountain School in Bondville, Vermont for a bash of a lifetime. Click here for more details.

THE VON EHRICS @ THE SHAKEDOWN IN SAN DIEGO ON JUNE 18TH

June 18th 
the VON EHRICS, THOUSAND WATT STARE & DEAD ENGINES
 | $5  | 
10 PM

CHECK OUT OUR LATEST “GET TO KNOW” WITH THE VON EHRICS

the VON EHRICS:
“Sounding like The Replacements in their prime, mixed with the old school cow-punk of The Gun Club, [Jason] Vandygriff and his buddies show no signs of slowing down or letting up as they stake their claim to being the best punk band, cow- or otherwise, in Dallas.” –Darryl Smyers, Dallas Observer

“These Von Ehrics maintain a Texas-sized cowboy toughness with a sound that mixes country twang with punk energy.” -Jonathan Williams, Wrestling With Pop Culture

“The Von Ehrics wrap up the abandon and rebellion of punk in an authentic rock that is a little Red Dirt, a little gospel and enough honky-tonk to keep a room full of Stetsons bobbing.” –Lucinda Breeding, Denton Record-Chronicle

Cow punk veterans the Von Ehrics are back on the road in support of their new album Two Foot Stomp, available now through Lucky Buck Records. The Von Ehrics will be performing at the Shakedown at 3048 Midway Drive, San Diego, CA 92110 with Thousand Watt Stare & Dead Engines. Tickets are $5 and the band takes the stage at 11:00 PM.

Two Foot Stomp is the first album The Von Ehrics have ever recorded entirely in the studio and not whilst out on the road during their heavy touring schedule. This process is an unusual one for the band. Their strong work ethic and relentless touring schedule has built them a solid following throughout the U.S. The Von Ehrics have shared stages with acts such as Old 97′s, the Riverboat Gamblers, Reverend Horton Heat, Mudhoney, Billy Joe Shaver, GBH, Supersuckers and Dale Watson.

The Von Ehrics are: songwriter/vocalist/guitarist Robert Jason Vandygriff, Gabe Aguilar on drums, bassist Paul “Santi” Vaden (Ghoultown) and new guitarist Clayton Mills (Dixie Witch, Riverboat Gamblers).

Visit http://www.vonehrics.com for ongoing updates and additional tour dates.

THOUSAND WATT STARE:
Feel free, if you’d like, to wave your hands uproariously in the air and proclaim to the world that Punk is dead, that it’s a lost form of music not viable since the hey days of 1970’s New York where every nitty, gritty street punk filled the room of CBGB’s to catch the latest Punk Rock escapade. Nowadays, that feeling of elation through Punk Rock music, and even Rock music itself, is at best experienced through an every-so-often tour of older bands still kickin’ around and playin’ for the fans, which is wonderful, but it’d be nice to see some newer ensembles step up to the plate and prove once and for all that the death of Punk is a complete and total lie. So with that being said, I direct your attention to Thousand Watt Stare, a brand-spankin’ new band whose members, (Mr.Christian Martucci of Black President, Strychnine Babies, and The Chelsea Smiles, and Mr.Dylan Howard and Mr.Pat Kim of Unwritten Law), are more than experienced in the art of making Punk Rock music and playing it in the way it was meant to be played: fast, loud, and no bullshit attached. Blended nicely with it’s fair share of Rockabilly and straight up Rock n’ Roll, (and leaving all that Emo and Screamo by the wayside), Thousand Watt Stare may just be the saviors that Punk Rock music has been looking for.
-Stephanie Dubrick – AMP Magazine

DEAD ENGINES:
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The days of thumbing through endless rows of records, cassettes, and CD’s in your neighborhood music store may be over, but the spontaneous spirit of those moments still lives. It seems out-dated now to pick up an album based solely on a name, look, or reputation. Nevertheless, that is precisely what Dead Engines are attempting to evoke. The spirit is in large part driven by the members’ previous years in many respected but unheralded bands, like: Diablo 44, Diabolik, Hot Rod Lincoln, Dick Smiley, Nobody’s Business, The Forbidden Pigs and Twilight Idols. Call it a “Bullshit pedigree”, but it’s a pedigree none the less. It also emerges from a common understanding among the members that is rare today, namely, that there are still bands worth hearing that stick to simple American rock n’ roll shorn of pretense. You just have to take a few chances and dig a bit deeper. The members of Dead Engines, after years of self inflicted abuse, as well as the status of being a bit long in the tooth, would like to think they’re still capable of delivering a much needed infusion of cranked-up distorted Americana. Call ‘em what you want – rock n’ roll, retro punk-smarm, chicken shit assholes, what have you, just take the chance and make up your own mind. At the end of the day it’s honest music that’s in your face. Best of luck kid…you’re gonna need it…

SKATOPIA BOWL BASH IS JUNE 24-25

If you haven’t been this is the year! Earn your stripes at Bowl Bash XVI and experience your first taste of true freedom.  From bands and boards to bombs and potato guns all the bases are covered. Home of the CIA, Skatopia brings all its soldiers and scumbags together once a year for an epic anarchial celebration of the only shit that matters. Click here to see photos from previous years and stay tuned for more updates as Brewce Martin comes off his comeback tour and gets back to base.

APR 30 – JAY ADAMS SKATEBOARD RELEASE PARTY IN HOLLYWOOD

JAY ADAMS SKATEBOARD RELEASE PARTY – Saturday, April 30, 2011 from 7-11pm at Portfolio 360 located at 7665 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA. Come out and hang with O.G. Z-Boy Jay Adams for the release of his limited edition Pepstar skateboard. There will be several original paintings by Jay Adams, limited edition prints by Pep Williams and a painting of Jay Adams by Chase Tafoya all for sale. There will also be a raffle by the Independent Truck Co.

FENDER GUITARS AND JUICE MAGAZINE.

FENDER X JUICE

Dan Levy from Juice Magazine got a VIP tour of the Fender L.A. Showroom courtesy of Mike Schulz and Mike Tempesta of FMIC. Juice Dan, Bloodhorse Scott Manning, founder of SoCal fashion empire Bloodhorse Clothing, and the hilarious Chris Casey (The Captain and Casey Show) spent a few hours checking out the gear and testing out the arsenal of amazing axes. Dan wields the Jackson Rhoads model, while Manning and Casey respectively experiment with the San Dimas® and Wolfgang® Stealth models by Jackson sister brands Charvel® and EVH®.

The following week, Michael S and Mike T from Fender Music Instruments Corporation (FMIC) rolled down to Juice Magazine Headquarters with two badass Tim Armstrong acoustic Fender guitars to liven up the already colorful atmosphere here in Venice Beach, CA.


If that wasn’t enough, Mike Schulz sent Juice some new Fender bar stools for us to jam out on, and a new amplifier system is on the way, so stay tuned. Juice Magazine is excited to be working with the FMIC brand on some very special upcoming projects to be announced soon. Look out for a custom-designed Juice Magazine Fender Stratocaster coming soon too. Thanks to Mike Schulz and Mike Tempesta, FMIC, and welcome to the Juice Magazine family.

MAY 28, 2011 – BONELESS ONE – A TRIBUTE TO JEFF PHILLIPS


MAY 28, 2011 – BONELESS ONE – A TRIBUTE TO JEFF PHILLIPS – Vert Ramp and Mini Ramp Jam at Overground Skatepark, 2117 S. Ervay St., Dallas, TX from 12-6pm. It’s time to pay a long overdue tribute to the one and only Jeff Phillips. Pro riders include: Rune Glifberg, Jake Brown, Pat Duffy, Al Partanen, Peter Smolik, Neal Hendrix, Jeremy Holmes, Alex Perelson, Christian Hosoi, Darren Navarrette, PLG, Sean Sheffey, Chris Gentry, Jon Comer, Mike Crum and more. Ticket price is $10 in advance and $15 at the door. For more info go to http://www.overgroundproject.com