Stream Ultimate Painting’s New Album Dusk, out September 30th on Trouble In Mind
We’ve been raving about Ultimate Painting for a while now, and today the band is streaming their new album Dusk for all your thirsty ears to hear. Filled with alluring, universal pop arrangements juxtaposed against classic folk harmonies, Dusk is the perfect album to guide you through this sweltering week. –Maya Eslami ULTIMATE PAINTING TOUR…
Hollow Ground Jack Robinson and some backside tubes
Stay Tuned: Lee Wilson Playlist 031: A Mix of Pet Shop boys & thug heavy hip hop
You’re going to cook up a pretty unique playlist when you’re half Balinese and half Australian. And so that’s exactly what Lee Wilson did here. A nice mix of “Hey I know that song,” and another half good thug-heavy hip hop to get you going. We literally had this playlist on repeat during a recent boat trip…
The Escape Starring Luke Hynd, Dillon Perillo and Noah Wegrich
Dusty roads, driving on the beach, empty points and cold Tecate. Sign us up. We’ll skip the getting stuck in the sand part though.
BA and coming out as gay Giovanni Reda sits down with Brian Anderson for VICE Sports to discuss his coming out
VICES Sports released this piece on Brian Anderson’s decision to come out today and we really hope you’ll sit down and watch the whole thing. It bums me out, and has for a long time, that in our cultures — surfing, skating, etc. — that we still have peers and friends among us who might be afraid…
Premiere: Sunshine & The Blue Moon Watch the new video for their single, “Welcome To The Future”
The future can be a scary thing to think about And Ontario psych/folk band Sunshine & The Blue Moon are here to help. Their new LP Welcome To The Future just dropped this month on The Hand Recordings, and apparently the “effects that our collective human selves wreak upon our poor planet” have lead singer Kai…
One Roll 017: The Copenhagen Open Shot and captioned by Jordan Brown
Every year all of skating’s best descend on Copenhagen. Jordan Brown was there running around with his trusty point and shoot and a roll of film. This is what he got. For more of his photography, check it out here. Click the gallery for full screen and captions by Jordan.
Cam Richards in “Pardon Me” A little bit of it all
Cam goes all in with this edit. Airs. Big waves. Barrels. Kanye? He’s pretty much just on a sick one.