About  

Jellly is about 4 creative minds who joined forces in order to enrich the world with their art. Together they formed a band, playing a style best described as Psy-Glam, powerful but melodic.

Individually they're involved in various artistic disciplines which allows them to bounce off each other and makes the combination of these 4 people even more interesting.

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Feel free to drop us a line If you

  • Would like to book Jellly to perform at your venue

  • Would like to be featured in the Fanzine

  • Would like to advertise on the website or fanzine

  • Have any other enquiries 

© 2017 by Jellly, London, UK

This Fanzine is born out of the true DIY spirit and the cold realisation, that if you want something done, do it yourself! Also out of a contra movement to the way we mainly communicate and showcase our art these days, namely in an almost purely digital way. We strongly believe that a physical object providing a beautiful canvas breathes new value into the art we create and enjoy. 

 

I want to provide this canvas, a product worth keeping, a memory of a fantastic night out and the validation of our efforts making it happen. A place where we can revisit our achievements instead of everything being lost in the ether of the internet in the blink of an eye. 

 

I am not the only one craving a more sustainable form of consuming art as today’s news (08.12.16) featured the headline that for the first time since the beginning of the sale of digital downloads, records bought on vinyl have generated a bigger profit than mp3s – literally music to my ears!

 

Then again, we’re not from yesterday and have successfully adapted ourselves to the modern times. Along with the printed Zine which is a bi-product of the gig nights Jellly hosts about 5 times a year, we are also running a blog online at www.jellly.co.uk

Here you’ll find more frequently updated content of the band and what’s going on in each of the band members lives. You can order every edition of the Zine and other merchandise.

 

In the traditional way of the music magazine, the Zine provides you with lots of information about the line up of each night and handy ads and competitions for musicians. 

What is not traditional is the fact that each edition is a collaboration of the represented line up where each band gets space to promote themselves in their very own way. 

 

As this is the very first edition and in a way a prototype, we took the liberty to test the waters by making it a bit Jellly-heavy. The band encountered a massive line up change and in a way faces a brand new start so we felt entitled to the title story :)

 

Please get in touch if you fancy being considered for the next night which will be held on the 18th of March 2017 or if you would like to share ideas and constructive criticism or if you would like to advertise. Write to jelllymusic@gmail.com

 

All the best,