Filmmaker and photographer Kevin Jansen's upcoming surf film "Please Have Fun," is based on the premise of finding your empty spaces. It could be as simple as a day at crowded Malibu or Rincon and you get one wave all to yourself.
Dani Bautista's photography is driven by the desire to document the everyday. We talk with Bautista about how skateboarding informs his work and what drives his passion for photography.
In this episode of our animated series, "StoryTime", skater Louie Lopez’s dad Big Lou, frames up their run in with the cops at the Puerto Rico airport when Louie decided to skate the roof of one of their buildings.
Maarten Hoogstraten, widely known by his electronic dance music moniker Bingo Players, gives us the lowdown on how 8-bit video games and growing up as a gamer has and continues to influence the music he makes.
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Shot at home in Brazil over the last couple weeks, "Floripa." is a raw and can't help but expose Yago's relentless energy in the water.
This new fantastically shot edit from Steven Michelsen captures not only the vibe of South Africa's incredible beaches and waves, but shows off the up and coming surfers making a name for their home base.
Dylan has been sitting on some novelty clips of him in Puerto Rico. We're sure glad he decided to share.
Levi is the king of making the most out of anything. His style is wacky and unique, which completely mirrors his personality out of the water.
Drake's recent donations around Florida are the backdrop for his number one hit.
We feel like we walked into an Ariel Pink music video in this lo-fi skate clip of brothers Elijah and Evan Berle.
A nice mix of “Hey I know that song,” and another half of far-out psych jams to zone out to.
Cool projects always arise from conversations and ideas brewed among friends. Yentl Touboul's new independent surf film PAARKESINE came about this way when he and long-time friend Tito Lavole had the urge to make a surf video.
The Epohke boys—Kai Neville, Dion Agius, and Mitch Coleborn have orchestrated a long run of film premiers for their full-length Listen Now, Misty Dawn. After delivering the highly anticipated film to multiple continents, the crew has finally decided to officially release it online.
Every now and then, the crew of surfers that make up the Santa Barbara-based band Clean Spill will spend enough time out of the water to write new tunes.
Preoccupations are tackling some pretty heavy feelings on their much anticipated new album New Material.
"Psycho Star" is a perfect representation of King Tuff's soulful and cosmic new direction.
MGMT’s are about to drop their highly anticipated album, Little Dark Age, in a matter of days, but before that, they’re showing off one last preview of their upcoming fourth album: "Me & Michael".
"Tijuana Sunrise" is the catchy homage to lead singer, Jon Feldmann's younger days growing up in San Diego and surviving some pretty hectic nights in Mexico
Predominantly shot in Paris and its suburbs, "TAV" features a host of Carhartt WIP skaters, and includes a full part from Rémy Taveira.
The new five-minute clip is entrancing and also a sweet, sweet escape from reality, if only for a moment.
To celebrate 25 years of collective filmmaking, Girl Skateboards and Chocolate want you to write, shoot and edit a short film.
Afends' young, skate newcomers hit the road and hold it down in New Zealand despite the inopportune weather conditions.
We're accustomed to getting some pretty original music videos from Bay Area band, Shannon & The Clams, and their new music video for “Backstreets,” the third single from their forthcoming album Onion, is no exception.
Ishod Wair, Alex Olson, Donovon Piscopo, Antonio Durao, and Zion Wright hit some of the Bay Area's most fabled spots for Nike SB's "True to Form".
Being an artist isn't all that it cracked up to be; the inconsistent cash flow, the rigorous competition, and the crippling self-doubt can easily wear on a person. King Tuff's new single "The Other" represents this uphill climb of creativity.
We all know how hard it is to get enough primo clips in two weeks to make an eight-minute short, but Cam and Victor nailed it with "22."
Rusty is really forging a new era with it's young and invigorated team of riders and this new clip "So Fresh" is a testament to such.
There aren’t many people that can drop a five-minute line like this. Watch Miles Silvas impeccably navigate LA's Koretown neighborhood.
Dead Meadow recently announced a new album The Nothing They Need, and have shared the album's first single, "Keep Your Head," which perfectly exemplifies the band's unique marriage of 70s heavy metal and 60s psych.
A couple weeks ago we were delighted with the RVCAloha 2017 skate edition, and this week we've got the surf team having a blast and making the best of the conditions on the North Shore.
It's always a risk when going into a hurricane. You could always play it safe and stay away or you can chase it and hopefully stay out of harm's way and score some swell up the coast. And that's exactly what Noah Schweizer did.
We've come to know Unknown Mortal Orchestra for its psychedelically soulful songs that glimmer with lo-fi pop sheen, but their new single "American Guilt," is a welcomed departure, with fuzzed-out guitars and heavy stoner-rock riffs.
Ten years and four albums later, we're still captivated by Shaw's pipes, which are front and center on their new single "Did You Love Me," off their upcoming fifth studio album, Onion.
We've been compiling these tracks for a while. Some are upbeat and throbbing songs of protest, others are slow burners from the 70s. Either way, we think you'll enjoy what you hear.