What started out as a project to investigate how and why skateboarders seem to be inherently creative people, quickly turned into a film about more than just the act of creating an art-form and skateboarding.
Follow DGK founder, Stevie Williams, through the strikingly different times of day in the newly revamped and changing Downtown Los Angeles.
"Dear Life" is the latest release from the upcoming album Colors. Take what you will from the themes of surveillance that perpetuate the film clip, or the even the song itself, but we must say the video sure is well done.
Drawing influence from the creative approaches of the late 70s punk movements and mid-century modern art, the band plays minimal post-punk that is both danceable and energetic.
Filmmaker and photographer Augustin Giovannoni has released a new edit with some familiar faces, and that appears to be a teaser for a new full length to come by then end of the year.
Dj Shadow's 12-minute "In/Flux" alternative interlude '93 Version, is enough to make you want to listen to this playlist.
Mac Demarco's new virtual reality music video for "This Old Dog" is probably the closest we'll get to understanding what it’s like to see the world through the now LA-based musician's eyes.
So the new Shane O'Neill video came out yesterday, and it's exactly what we imagined; three-minutes of mind bending footage.
The fest stands as a testament to the genre’s history in Southern California hosting a range of punk acts including Rancid, The Buzzcocks, and The Interrupters.
“Native,” is a 16-minute honor to Jay Davies' West Oz roots and to his friends who were raised there.
Ariel PInk gives us the latest visuals for his forthcoming album, a kaleidoscope of visuals for "Feels Like Heaven," a cacophony of 80s pop perfection.
The band's really lo-fi brand of garage rock brings something unique and quirky to a more than well worn genre.
Think Tank Gallery opened a massive homecoming exhibit over the weekend, Drinkin’ Smokin’ & West Coastin – A Group Love/Hate Letter to LA.
It’s definitely the kind of flick that’ll inspire you to grab whatever board you have on deck and get in the water.
Steady vibes for you to cruise into the weekend with.
The boys Down Under bid farewell to the VX with one hell of a video.
The new film charts the wanderings of the photographers who contributed to the show at the end of last month while they were collecting the images that featured.
Take time and watch this new flick from New Balance, with main parts from PJ Ladd, Franky Villani, Flo Mirtain and introducing Brandon Westgate.
Polar Skate Co. and Converse CONS hit the sunny beaches and palm tree-lined streets of LA in this new edit "LA Days."
From surfing at Newport Beach to skating an abandoned pool down the street from Arto Saari's house, Nathan Fletcher takes Weedmaps around during a visit to LA.
This isn’t music for the masses; it’s music for miscreants, burnouts, down-and-out dreamers, and obsessive historians.
The freshest tunes...like usual.
From his infamous pigeon designs to Antihero's original eagle logo, Todd Francis combines often-bleak humor with social and political themes.
"Cruel," the third single from b. which is out August 11th on Fool's Gold, is a 90s-tinged groove with dreamy synths, a funky baseline and BOSCO's distinct and breathy vocals.
Inspired by a true story, "Born Wild" traces the journey of a skater who leaves his small town in Nevada to go to Los Angeles, a skater's paradise.