The Ruckus Shrimp Butchery
WHAT IS THE RUCKUS SHRIMP BUTCHERY?
The RSB is a subsidiary of EEZY SLEEZ which provides our team (slaves) with the resources necessary to produce and distribute our publications and products. Our butchery is fitted with a whole bunch of nifty gadgets that allow us to produce high-quality animation, film projects, logo designs, book designs, advertisement recordings, and music production stuff.
WHERE IS THE RUCKUS SHRIMP BUTCHERY?
Like EEZY SLEEZ, The RSB is currently located in North Queensland, Australia
WHY SHOULD WE CARE?
A better question is why wouldn't you care? Our butchery operates as a vehicle to produce albums, books, films, and other physical/digital media (it's basically a one-stop-shop for consumerism). With this in mind, both EEZY SLEEZ & The RSB are open to publishing new artists, writers, musicians, and projects. While we're primarily looking for creators who share our experimental vision, we're always open to new and unexpected ideas.
WHERE CAN WE SEE THESE RSB + EZ PUBLICATIONS?
Click here to see the full list of our releases
HOW CAN THE RSB + EEZY SLEEZ HELP ME PRODUCE MY PROJECT?
If your project is something that we actually want to pursue, we'll contact you with a list of services that will help with the production and distribution phases. These services include digital and print publication, audio recording and mastering, film editing, and retail distribution. Please note that all our publications are taken extremely seriously and we don't just plop shit out every day. That being said, we'd rather build connections with artists who are willing to work closely with our brand in order to create something special. As mentioned previously, we have a tendency to favor experimental projects which don't conform to mainstream commercialism. However, we do consider all pitches of any kind or style.
WHERE DO I GET STARTED?
If you have a project that you want published or produced through EEZY SLEEZ, go ahead and fill out the form below. Due to the high amount of submissions we receive, we cannot respond to everyone. This doesn't mean your projects sucks (or maybe it does...)