Surfing, Skateboarding, Music, Photography, Travel, Culture and general antics of the youth on the run.
We talk with the World’s Greatest Professional Surfer of All Time and drink a lot of coffee.
“The scariest part of individual [part] based movies is that your part might be skipped most of the time.”
We sat down with him in the back of a rented mini van in California recently to talk about filming with Kai for his part in Cluster.
We talk with Chad Ubovich of Meatbodies before his set at Alex’s Bar in Long Beach and ended up head banging and drinking tons of Stella Artois with our interns.
Shawn touches on what it was that pushed him to surf massive waves, go full throttle, who his influences were in those early days…and what led to his eventual disappearance from the entire scene of surfing.
At age 24, seemingly at the peak of a solid pro career, Shawn Briley vanished. From the water. The industry. Eyesight. Everything.
W learn where Peter’s discontent for authority and love of satanic art and speed metal originated, how weed helped his epilepsy growing up and just how wild the streets around his home can be on any given day
“It’s about not giving a fuck. There are no rules in this thing.”
Enjoy Joe G. He’s probably one of the people you should put on your list of people to have a beer with.
“Now’s a good time to reinvigorate and get ready for the next wave of destruction — and I hope surf, skate and snow everything is all in line with that.”
Geoff Rowley walked into What Youth with a skateboard under his arm, standing in the center of our warehouse and proceeded to address the triumphs, struggles and trends facing both the surf and skate cultures — and the optimism he has for them moving forward.
The other night Alex played at The Echo in Los Angeles and we managed to briefly chat about dickhead bouncers in Nashville and how the fuck you make this much noise for very cheap.