Scott is someone who has mastered the art of surf photography and cinematography, and whose work comes from his appreciation of how beautiful and difficult each practice is.
We catch up with renowned skaters Jesse Martinez, Geoff Rowley, Rodney Mullen, Christian Hosoi, Eric Dressen, and many more at the premiere of "Made In Venice."
We stop by the Burger Records storage space, which is stacked high with vinyl records, VHS tapes, and music equipment, and is currently where Gabe Fulvimar not only resides, but tirelessly works on his music as Gap Dream.
Artist and skater AJ Dungo is a firm believer in the saying, “reality is stranger than fiction.”
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Grisancich is a Melbourne-based artist who was surrounded by religious imagery and icons growing up, and was taught the importance of recycling and reusing things from a young age. These details helped form the style and choice of materials in her work.
We're usually pretty wary of skateboarding being incorporated into music videos, but despite our reservations, Beach Fossils and Habitat Skateboards have seems to done it the right way with this new video for "Sugar."
Stacks of hundreds, a gold wheel chair, a kid with a gold grill, and one notoriously negligent grandpa, are just a few things you'll encounter in Southern rapper, Trinidad James' newest video "Dad."
We're in full summer mode: sun, beers, remnants of sand still on our ankles, and playlists for every summer situation we get in
Elijah Berle takes us around his hometown of Santa Monica, while telling us about how the beach town's embedded surf and skate culture has and continues to inspire him.
Big Brother stands as one of the best skate magazines to ever exist. There was nothing like it at the time, and still nothing that compares today.
We spent some time at the park with the boys.
Meet Mac Demarco's new friend, Death.
This dude is unstoppable, and quite possibly one of the most likable and fun guys to watch skate.
he clip cuts back and forth between numerous scenes, following people as they drive through the city eating licorice, smoking weed, breastfeeding babies and posing for selfies.
His newest edit, "Pretty In Pink," has him slicing around one of his hometown spots — Lowers — on his ...Lost Quiver Killer.
Dan Auerbach moved to Nashville from his native Akron, Ohio in 2010 and with his new release, Waiting On A Song, his first solo album in eight years, it is clear that he has made the Music City his home.
It makes perfect sense that "Late Bloomers," which was released a few days ago by the Growlers, was an outtake from their most recent album City Club.
From The Breeders and The Gories, to Dinosaur Jr. and Heavy D, we're throwing it back for the weekend.
For the past year, Crap Eyewear and videographer/photographer Cameron Holland have been working on this new edit featuring the Crap Eyewear skate family.
Lecce is in the Puglia region at the very heel of the Italian boot. It's also where A Brief Glance magazine and Converse decided to take the newest additions to the CONS team, Mauro Caruso and Pietro Bonta, to skate and shoot Caramello.
Take a journey with a motley crew of East Coast surfers from Mexico to California in the new experimental surf film, "Days to Darkness".
Now, the 43-minute film is available to watch in its entirety, thanks to director Mikey Alfred.
Damn, it's been a minute since we heard something from the chillwave brainchild of Ernest Greene, Washed Out.
The funny dudes from San Francisco's Cool Ghouls have dropped the video for their single "(If I Can't Be) The Man", which was featured on their 2016 album Animal Races.
Southern rapper Runway Richy teams with Gucci Mane for a brand new cinematic short film for his upcoming album “Switchin Sides” out mid-June.
From beneath his well-known bowl-cut haircut he's got personality that shines that shines through in every single one of his video edits, including his most recent, RUST.
Featuring Axel Thomas, Hugo Brillet, Armand Vaucher, Julian Thomas, Valentin Pasquet, Tom Poisson, and Ando Andony, CHURB is the epitome of Batard's work: fun as hell to watch and creatively crafted.
They don't make rock and roll like this anymore. You know, that good 'ol meat-and-potatoes, beer-guzzling, rock that chugs along with anthemic drums and guitar
The Los Angeles-based trio made up of Marika Dahlin and twin brothers Michael and Thomas Mauriello is a refreshing glimmer of creative songwriting.
The band is also issuing a new EP called Heroes, which includes a cover of David Bowie’s 1977 titular classic that they recorded live at the Admiralspalast Berlin last September.
The edit, which rings in just under three-minutes, is a total banger, and has the UK Spitfire team taking on Barcelona.
California's favorite photo crew, Deadbeat Club - spearheaded Clint Woodside, Ed Templeton, and pals - are out in London for their first-ever UK show
Volcom Europe's Alex Botelho, Yael Pena, and Harry Timson drop into Hawaii for some playful North Shore swell.