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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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.
We originally were introduced to Sean's illustrative work, which carries similar motifs to his collages — life amongst waves, women, and warm weather.
Another killer European surfer, Filipe Jervis, giving us something fun to watch mid-week.
The Brooklyn trio must be excited about their new sound, because they've shared two more tracks, "Tangerine," and "Social Jetlag," off their upcoming album.
This installment captures the character of the city with new and unexpected terrain for a six and a half minute, eye-catching edit.
We had a chance to talk with Paul about what’s it been like to go from reading TransWorld to gracing the magazine’s cover with his artwork, and how his newfound creativity plays an integral role in his life.
This one will have you making a rippin' and roarin' entrance into summer.
Meet Kelly Breez, the feature of the latest OBEY Artist Series - a multi-disciplinary artist and tropical person who lives and works in Miami.
We haven't had one surface from the "License to Chill" series in a while, so we're glad that Mason Ho and crew found some bonus footage that they never released
The crew recently put out a new video of Luis Ouida messing around, with some guest appearances from Jalba and Ringo.
The dude has been busting out funky ass music since 2006, and has had an undisputed impact on tons of DJs.
What started out as a popular online series documenting where Inodek's favorite people in the creative surf community call their homes, has turned into a magnificent coffee table book.
Own Skateboards has been around for 15 years, all the while, doing their own damn thing. Now the crew has finally put out a full-length video called "Made in Germany".
Girlpool have released a video for "Powerplant," the title track from the long-awaited follow-up to the band's critically acclaimed 2015 debut.
After 6 months of traveling everywhere from Hawaii and Brazil, to Tahiti and Fiji, Yago Dora drops a new short film.
We don't really expect anything less than mind-boggling from a Clay Marzo clip.
LCD Soundsystem's fateful return, after their supposed farewell concert seven years ago, has been some of the most glorious news we've received.
The psych rock duo recently released their new album, Endless Night, which hosted a serious musical gem that we haven't stopped playing since, "Suicide Note."
The Montreal-based art-pop duo shares a new video for their new track "The World Laughs" before the release of their self-titled new album.
A couple weekends ago, The Paranoyds played a day time set at Coachella, and while the four-some was in the Valley, they stopped by the Refresh Artist House to perform in Jam in the Van.
Ever the surfing pioneer, Herbie Fletcher continually sets out to change surfing.
Forget the Olympics, we'll take watching Austyn Gillette and Jake Anderson push around and goof off over that orchestrated chaos any day.