Get your hands on a copy of BS-ME, our free limited edition zine with Ace & Tate at their Bristol store launch tomorrow

Introducing BS-ME, a print and online collaboration between Crack Magazine and Ace & Tate celebrating five creatives doing amazing things in our home city of Bristol. Ace & Tate is the Amsterdam brand offering eyewear for every side of you. To celebrate their arrival in the city with a store opening on Park Street on 12 July, we spent some time with five people who embody the fearless, boundary-free ethos which makes our hometown so special.

Ace & Tate will be celebrating the launch of their shiny new home on Park Street with a launch party tomorrow night (Thursday 26 July). Find the Facebook event here.

Photo by Tom Ham

The store is located at 86 Park Street. The party will feature a DJ set from NTS, Rinse and Phonica DJ Danielle Doobay along with complimentary drinks and a free copy of BS-ME.

BS-ME is a limited edition print publication produced by Crack Magazine and Ace & Tate, profiling five creatives writing a new chapter in Bristol’s cultural legacy. With interviews and a foreword written by Bristol-born writer Angus Harrison and exclusive photography by Bristol-based photographer and lecturer Dean Davies.

The zine features interviews with IDLES frontman Joe Talbot, curator and Thorny director Jo Bligh, playwright Eno Mfon, DJ and mentor Danielle Doobay along with an essay penned by writer Nikesh Shukla.

The project has also featured a video series (above) featuring a new composition by Wisdom Teeth label-boss and Bristol producer Facta.

The launch party runs from 6 – 8.30pm on Thursday 26 July at 86 Park Street.

To RSVP, contact