The Australian crew Pass~Port is back with a fresh edit of ten days spent in New York over the summer.
We went to the screening of "Made In Venice" at Long Beach's Art Theater, where we talked with skate legends Geoff Rowley, Rodney Mullen, Jesse Martinez, Christian Hosoi, Eric Dressen, and others, to discuss the importance of a doc like "Made In Venice."
Hard-rock riffs and celestial harmonies - an obvious influence from glam-rockers Bolan and Bowie - carry the equally spaced-out track.
Quick barrels, massive cutbacks, and Mitch Crews literally launching off of everything. It's a fun watch.
Check out the new full-length, especially at the end when Timmy Knuth closes things out with a heavy one at Hollywood High.
After a recent contest, Mitch Coleborn, Dusty Payne, Mitch Crews, and Soli Bailey took off to Portugal where the four of them wandered around to rip the plentiful beaches the South American country has to offer.
Like most of Desillusion's productions, this isn't your typical surf video. Dramatic, yet rousing music sets the scene in Sebastian Zanella's newest film, "EUNOIA.
If it wasn't already quite obvious that Kyle Walker deserved the title of Skater of the Year before his massive part came out in Vans' "No Other Way," then the shit he pulled in those five insane minutes of skating sealed the deal.
We've been trolling through the untamed world of free mixes, radio specials and live blends on Soundcloud recently, and have discovered a range of lo-fi house music artists.
Warbly Jets frontman Samuel Shea loves Los Angeles, but isn't too stoked on the 60s psych resurgence that's been going down for a handful of years.
O’Neill team rider, Russell Bierke isn’t your average eighteen-year-old Australian kid. He's undoubtedly leading the way for the next generation of big wave surfers.
Flume recently stopped by Triple J to perform "My Boo" with the help of collaborators Vince Staples and Kučka