120 pages of high-impact photos of surfing's best, Taj Burrow, from photographer John Respondek's massive collection, documenting over 16 years of Taj's career.
Brad is just rifling off tricks over an elementary school lunch table, Kader kickflips an 8-stair, and Jake wallies a Japan, but not before accidentally launching his board into Andrew Peters' head.
So, the band is currently three albums into their quest to release five LPs, and now we have signs of another record.
This throwback thursday footage will not disappoint, with old, never before seen clips from Theotis Beasley, Chad Timtim, Furby, Louie Lopez, Antwuan Dixon, Ray Barbee, Beagle, and others.
Listen to a mix of some of our favorite artists performing at this upcoming weekend's The Growlers Six festival.
It seems like with each new week, we get a new and just as delectable track from the ever-prolific Ty Segall. Does this dude ever stop?
n this new clip from Alkali Fins, we catch Beau in the desert on a self-shaped quiver and some newly designed thrusters.
With the amount of content that goes up online each day, it's easy to overlook some serious gems, including these.
Aussie surfer Matthew Bromley loves challenging himself, and he's compelled to chase down some of the heaviest and riskiest waves around.
The OOZ is another exciting entry into the discography of the challenging young artist.
A quick session with skater Carlos Vega.
Crailtap has started a new little series called "The Royal Loyal," and the first installment features Griffin Gass whose been crushing it in the Pacific Northwest for years
In his new book, The Indivisualist, which was released back in September, Powell shares dozens of never-before-seen photos of everyone from the Beastie Boys, RUN DMC, and LL Cool J, to Andy Warhol, Basquiat, and Keith Haring.
We had a chance to meet up with Antwon where he told us about the flow of his brand new mixtape, what we can expect with his upcoming Downtown Tony album, some of his least favorite trends, and some future projects to be excited about.
With the world around us bruised and bloodied with teeth already dug into the concrete curb, what better time for some new music from No Age.
J-Bay is such an amazing wave, and Santa Barbara regular foot Conner Coffin looks like a master when riding it.
After Clean Spill released the easy-going and infectious tracks "Sid" and "Come Around" last year, they've been kind of quiet, but for good reason; they've been hard at work writing and recently recording a number of songs.
Longtime friends and collaborators John Dwyer and Brigid Dawson, have come together for a new album Memory of a Cut Off Head, and have just released one of the album's tracks, "The Fool".
From the small streets of Queanbeyan to the big time of Los Anegeles, gone are the days of Jack Fardell getting his mom to build a deck from scrap ply for him to ride.
One hell of a treat for the wave-deprived. Catch Barley, Hines, Stevie Pittman, Zack Beaudoin, Justin Cote, and Fisher Heverly charging endless barrels.
Listen to "Wait in The Car," and let all the joy you used to get from listening to the alternative rock darlings of the 1990s, come rushing back.
Style, style, style. That's the first thing that stood out to us about Santa Cruz Skateboards' Blake Johnson.
Thrasher just released over 8 minutes of raw footage from Mason's time on Thrasher's "Am Scramble" trip.
The Film Project is new work using classic photographic techniques shot through the analog lenses of a European group of photographers in and around skateboarding.