Getting a ticket to Wednesday’s show is like having a passport to an awesome world. By clicking the link you greatly improve your chances at a better, more fulfilling life. We want you to come and join us for a night of music and friends, where everything is is as it should be. Will you join us? We thought so.
The Land of ditches and the home of Palmer's Pub. Shaun Ross, Billy Fortier, Danny Tumia, and Tyler Martin got into it with all day ditch sessions ending up at Palmer's Pool and Pub for night time activities. Big thanks to Rob Palmer and Creature kid Squints for all the spots!!!!
Somewhere between Austin and San Diego we became friends with Mini Death. The garage pop band played a Sector gig, threw us some vinyl singles, and made us smile ever since. The sunny rockers have just released their latest EP, 'A Loner, A Rebel', and it's on repeat in the office. Tess Passaro sings above vintage garage pop melodies that sound old, new, and very catchy all at the same time.Listen to the entire EP then buy it here, and become their friends like we did.: http://minideathlovesyou.com/
Get funky with some snazzy four-wheeled entertainment from the Sector 9 Fundamental Series. These 100% American Maple boards are functional fun for all ages. Pick your flavor and roll off into the sunset... we guarantee you wont be bummin'!
Louis Pilloni and crew have made the trek north of the border to attend the Toronto Board Meeting this weekend. Clean your white button-ups and steam your black ties because tomorrow we skate! And don't forget about the afterparty where everyone will receive a FREE Board Meeting pint glass... see you all at the office!
With a start line nestled into the mountain at a mere 11,000 feet, and only hay bails and pine trees preventing you from plummeting off a cliff, the Pike's Peak Downhill proved to be one of the most challenging races around. The Downhill Division was thick with A.J. Haiby, Chad Gibson, Chance Gaul, Erik Lundberg, Jackson Shapiera, Louis Pilloni, Max Capps, and Micah Green all pointing it towards the bottom.