Montreal group Men I Trust is an understated indie-dance-pop act that always delivers some form of irresistibly groovy tunes.
The New Balance Numeric team lay down some heavy licks across Germany and Italy for this dreamlike visual that incorporates some pretty crazy VFX work.
Surfing is starting to follow in skating's footsteps, with independent, rider-owned brands popping up every few months...most recently FORMER, Epokhe, and now Huckleberry Surf Company.
Jack Coleman and Costa Mesa-based Kyle Kennelly teamed up to document Kyle's research in quasi-finless surfing.
The trio is currently eyeing a Spring 2018 release for its full-length debut, but for now is keeping fans satisfied with a new 7" coming out this Friday.
Ty Segall just can't stop pumping out the songs; by now it's obvious that the LA-based leader of weirdo rockers has an incessant need to create; a need that is only satisfied by perpetual song-writing.
Now, this is what we call a surf film. Ben Gulliver and his merry crew of surfers, who are anything but scared of the cold, travel to the furthest corners of the globe in search of surf.
Aliens Was Here is a new full-length based on the Volcom surf team's exploration of Indonesia.
Taken from what we can imagine was a long interview session with MJ for Lucas Beaufort's recently released documentary Devoted, we get a ton of meandering and insightful outtakes of commentary from one of the most creative dudes in skateboarding.
The expanded set boasts a pair of remixes, including one from Soulwax
Sit back and zone out with this psychedelic-leaning selection of tunes.
If you follow Chaz Bear on Instagram, then you would have already got a sneak peek into the making of his new video for "No Show".
We've gotten everything from unbelievable still photography to short surf edits from Maasen's travels all over the world, but his newest release "Jungle," is the first long-form film he's created.
This 40-minute offering from the London boys sets the bar at a whole new level.
It feels like North Shore lensman and surfers alike are itching for a proper Northwest swell to show up on the maps.
Globe and Joe G's brand spanking new series Cult of Freedom, is exactly what we all needed right now; a lil' something to amp us up in light of the rather weak winter conditions we're facing in SoCal right now.
A bunch of young and new names ya'll should be familiar with.
Easy was formed as a way to escape from their other heavier musical outlets and write some fun pop-rock ballads such as their debut single ‘"Goodnight".
Yadin Nicol may not be in that surf-every-day-all-day period of his life anymore, but in this new film edited by David Malcom and produced by Vacation Club, Yadin can still, quite obviously, tear the shit out sections.
Gonz is pumping out 5-10 videos a week. Some of him talking, some of him skating, and a ton of him just being the weirdo and legend we all love.
After a year of touring, New York City's Sunflower Bean is back with "I Was a Fool," a sunny-sounding sad song about nothing other than love.
Marlon Williams and Aldous Harding, two of New Zealand's most talented singers and songwriters were a couple. Having parted ways romantically, the two have now reunited on a song for William's brand new album, Make Way For Love, out February 2018.
Ty Segall has been releasing a series of digital singles this fall and the latest of these is “My Lady’s on Fire.”
Noa Deane's surfing is brash and unabashedly raw, as evidenced here in his newest part "Candle".
Robbie Goodwin is one of those up and coming kids, that at age 13, already has years of experience under his belt.
If you haven't watched the 20-minute video that opens by introducing Caleb Barnett as Hockey’s newest am, then here is your opportunity.
In this new video from adidas, we catch the team as they travel from Buenos Aires to Santiago de Chile for Skate Copa Court.
Hard Luck tapped everyone for this new promo, and we mean everyone. From Louie Lopez and Wes Kremer, to Riley Hawk, Nuge, and Sage Elsesser, at least one of your favorite skaters made it into this just over 5-minute comp.
The track finds Pharrell and Rihanna trading rapped verses back and forth but, in between the two verses, the bouncy instrumental breaks with a familiar vocal sample.
Just get a bunch of people together on a boat, running across the stretch of the Mentawai Islands for 10 days.