The Oxford, Mississippi two piece, Bass Drum of Death, is back with their third noisy release. ‘Rip This’ features the trademark snarled vocals, fuzzy guitar riffs, and bombastic drums that make these guys so much fun. Hear the single “Left for Dead”, and get the album out today on Innovative Leisure.
At 16 years old Nathan Strom is set to take over lineups and take down opponents on the mat. With the support of Joel Tudor, Nathan is on his way to becoming the next generation of surfer with a confident San Diego attitude. Watch Nate deal with kooks and go for the choke in this Surfer Mag piece.
Southern California heavy-hitter, Ricky Whitlock, has been surfing big waves with the best for years. We've had the pleasure of watching Ricky progress and this video part is a testament to his hard work and never-say-die attitude.
Our favorite Nashville garage rockers, Jeff The Brotherhood, are back with another release. This time its an awesome EP in the form of a covers record. Tracks include songs from the Wipers, Beck, and My Bloody Valentine. You can stream it for free, go digital, or do what we did and order the vinyl. Heavy, fuzzy stuff.
Once again hundreds of skaters from around the world met in downtown Toronto for the annual Board Meeting. White shirts and black ties were the dresscode and skateboards were the transportation. Here is a little taste of what went down.
For a 14 year old, Ryland Rubens' surfing is ridiculous! Watch him style out on some man-sized waves along the California and Mexico coast lines. Big waves and bigger things are in this young gun's future.
Eric Geiselman returns home to New Smyrna Beach only to be surrounded by sharks and drones. Watch him fight them off with his progressive aerial surf game while jamming to the tunes of Jeff the Brotherhood.
The 2nd Angie's Curves downhill skateboard race was one for the records books. With a field stacked beyond most, top speeds of 69 mph and 110 degree blistering heat, attendees saw some of the finest downhill skateboard racing to ever happen. Thanks to all of the athletes, volunteers, spectators, and organizers for making this possible. And a huge thank you to Angie for allowing us to call her home a race track! Enjoy the entire photo album here!