Director Ian Durkin brings us the feel good surf flick of the year with “The Hold Downs.
Wilco is one of those bands that's forever in-demand.
Sleigh Bells unveiled a thrashing new song “It’s Just Us Now” with an accompanying video directed by the band's own Derek Miller.
“Through the Lens” is Havoc TV’s featured flick column. Here's some of our favorites from Instagram this week.
We've got some new (Banks & Steelz, SURVIVE) and we've got some old (Serge Gainsbourg, Digable Planets) on this new Havoc mix.
Bower’s photos emulate the visceral experience of walking down a South-Central LA street.
The Avalanches have released a new video for their latest track "Subways."
Between Waves is primarily instrumental album, combining shimmering production with the obvious influences of ambient and krautrock.
Kelly Slater is back.
Los Angeles-based surf-rock group Santoros have been a mainstay to the LA lo-fi rock scene for years.
Create Skateboards crew recently dropped a 6-minute edit of their young and scrappy team of riders.
In this new short documentary, All Day All Night, legendary rapper Del the Funky Homosapien wax poetics about skateboarding as an art form.
Music in Las Vegas usually pertains to crooners and big bands from the olden times, as well as today’s batch of DJs and electronic dance music tracks.
This weekend is going to be a scorcher, we're heading to the beach with these jams on hand.
The 22-year-old rapping recluse Earl Sweatshirt shares new track "Balance," that features a brief but poignant collaboration with producer Knxwledge.
The video is a serious trip, following three people in shiny black outfits drink the kool-aide and wander around city streets.
Twist is like that little known band, that when you find out who is in it, you wonder how they could have gone unnoticed.
We first heard Noname on impressive verses she’s lent to fellow Chicagoans like Chance The Rapper and Saba.
There's something from everyone on this week's Havoc Mix, from the Spanish lo-fi band Hinds to the unstoppable Canadian producer Kaytranda
Austyn Gillette takes his talents from street skating to the recording studio with the release of Layers of Laughter.
Dinosaur Jr. takes it to Brooklyn’s House of Vans skatepark in the video for “Goin Down”.
So...Jordy Smith has been holding out on all of us.
Jessy Lanza has released the music video for “Oh No”, a track off of her album of the same name.
This last weekend was a complete ruckus in Huntington Beach.
Hanni El Khatib salutes the bizarre in the new video for “Mondo And His Makeup”.
After half a decade online, Jenkem Mag has officially put their online ramblings and media onto paper.