This week AGENDA has taken over the Long Beach Convention Center, with over 750 brands congregating to showcase their upcoming styles, with thousands others onsite to check out what to expect for upcoming seasons.
It seems like surf videos are getting even more gritty, offbeat and creative even though the cameras get nicer and everyone is jumping on the 4K wagon.
Festival season is undoubtedly upon us. There isn't a weekend that goes by where you can't catch two or three days of live music and gorge on over-priced food truck treats.
This isn't the first time that Samiyam and Earl Sweatshirt have teamed up to create a sonic gem. In fact, Earl released "Quest/Power" early last year, a track whose fragmented soul loop was produced by Samiyam & Budgie.
Filmed over the course of four weeks between Barcelona, Spain and his home town of Toronto, Canada, Bobby De Keyzer shows us what he's made of in his 'Welcome to the Team' clip for Converse Cons.
For as long as Margaux Arramon-Tucoo can remember, surfing follows art, and art follows surfing. The two have always been tied together having grown up in the French seaside town of Biarritz.
Kris Evans has been skateboarding for nine years and shooting photos for the last three.
The only thing better than bulldogs and skateboarding, are skateboarding bulldogs, which take precedent on Dinosaur Jr.'s new video for the single “Tiny” off their upcoming album Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not, dropping August 5th on indie label Jagjaguwar.
Winters are brutal on the east coast. Not only does it mark three grueling months of wet, freezing cold weather, but it also means limited, if any, skating.
Danny Brown has released the video for his new track “When It Rain”, which marksa long-awaited musical follow up to his beloved 2013 LP Old.Brown announced that "When It Rain" is part of a new album which will be released sometime this year.
If this weekend's high temps weren't enough of a sign that a glorious summer is upon us, then let us remind you that today is the first official day of summer.
After announcing their long-awaited album Calico Review, Allah-Las are finally back and putting out new music with the release of the album's first single, “Famous Phone Figure”.
Today marks Kendrick Lamar’s 29th birthday. According to Taylor Swift, today is a national holiday, and should be celebrated as such.
Maggie Rogers' name hasn't stopped coming up on music blogs since she stunned Pharrell with a "rough" version of her track "Alaska".
Ladi6 is a New Zealand national treasure. The name might not ring a bell for all us folks in the US, but the group has become widely known for their chilled-out tunes, lead by vocalist Ladi.
Hanni El Khatib is one multitalented dude. He used to be the creative director of HUF, and now he’s a super hip indie rock kinda guy.
Mason Ho and Burger are legit crazy. One of their last episode of "License to Chill" was an insane compilation of Mason and friends taking some of the biggest waves at Waimea this season.
About a month ago our team got invited to shoot a behind the scenes video of the making of Party Favor's new video for his latest single, “Bust Em”.
Fast-paced, high-energy and straightforward, Vitamin X has been churning out their own brand of swinging hardcore punk since '97.
When Taj Burrow was congratulated on his recent retirement from World Tour competition, the most influential surfer replied, “I’m free! Best feeling ever!
LA-based ska-punk band The Interrupters have released the video for their new track, “By My Side”, off of their upcoming sophomore album, Say It Out Loud.
From LCD Soundsystem's anticipated return to the stage to Tame Impala’s sure-to-be-epic late-night set, check out the 10 performances you need to swing by this weekend.
The Descendents are kind of known for their on-again, off-again playing and every now and then teasing new music, but only to not release anything substantial.
The Paranoyds have been playing their whirling garage punk for years in DIY spaces throughout Los Angeles, and until a few week sago, not one solid recording by the band existed.
Schoolboy Q has released the highly anticipated video for “That Part”, which features Kanye West. The video, directed by Colin Tilley and the Little Homies, is a teaser of sorts for Q’s upcoming album.
Black Moth Super Rainbow leader Tobacco is preparing to release Sweatbox Dynasty, his fourth solo album and second for Ghostly International.
Back in March Grey Skateboard Magazine went on a trip with some of Converse Cons' European ambassadors - Remy Taveira, Mike Arnold and Sylvain Tognelli - to Nicaragua for two weeks of solid sessions, exploring the ins and outs of the South American paradise.
We're in the midst of the Fiji Pro right now, and to be honest, while it's always the utmost entertaining watch the heavy waves pour into Cloudbreak, we're having some mixed emotions as we know that one of the world’s greatest-ever surfers, Taj Burrow, previously announced that he would retire from competitive surfing after the 2016 Fiji Pro.
In what has become a much anticipated yearly event, The San Pedro Shred: Festival of Skate hosted hordes of skaters and locals over the weekend as they enjoyed live music from a range of local acts - including Mike Watt and the Secondmen and Toys that Kill - and everything from a downhill course, to both street and transition skating.
After over 2 years of silence, Angel Olsen is back, and hinting at an upcoming release with an aptly titled track, “Intern (trailer)”.