Bad Luck was born out of a desire to be in control whilst not wanting to be in control. Bored of the current state of music publications and working for them, two mates decided to run their own thing with a mentality of “why the fuck not?” It sparked an online place for new music, but slowly developed into what the site is today.
Beers, warm weather, cold weather, mosh pits, galleries, travelling, coffee, whiskey, love and hate collide together into some sort of psychedelic chaotic mess, it’s picked apart and cleaned up and published on this very website. Wether it’s reverb, fuzz or pure experimental, we are interested.
Frank Sinatra once said that rock and roll was “phony and false and it is sung, played and written for the most part by cretinous goons.” Well damn, call us the biggest goons, ’cause we came for the rock and roll.
Are you on our wave? If so, drop us a line. We are always looking for people with a passion to join us on this journey.
For enquires: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are currently looking for folk with the below skill sets.
As a staff writer your roll includes writing about new music and carrying out interviews for the magazine. Other rolls include proof reading and editing pieces.
We are looking for someone to design the print publication of Bad Luck Magazine. You’ll need to have knowledge in Photoshop and InDesign with access to these programmes. An eye for detail is a must. We are looking for someone who reads print based magazines to understand our approach. You will be working directly with the Editor.
For all enquires please email email@example.com.
Stockists of Issue 001 in Bristol
Specialist Subject Records
Stag and Hounds
The Old England
Uncle Sam's (Park Street)
Harry Blades and Angry Daves