Washington, DC based group Congo Sanchez, has drawn their line in the sand with today's release of their first full length album titled 'Dealin' With This'. This album is anything but your average radio loop, as it takes you through turmoil, protest, love, and life on the road. Spanning from funky dance breaks to dark hip-hop beats, and back to lounge based sambas, this album takes you on a ride. 'Dealin' With This' is available today on Herb Records, buy it here.: http://herbrecords.bandcamp.com/
You've seen Gullwing Truck Co.'s 3-part video series, Keeping It Local, well now they've released the full length version for your viewing pleasure. Follow along on this Southern California roadtrip with Sector 9 team riders Micah Green, Daniel Luna, Tibs Parise, and Fabian Gutierrez.
No graham crackers and chocolate needed here. Just skewer the 61mm Marshmallows on to your favorite set of trucks and unleash their sugary goodness on the concrete world. The 78a durometer and pure white urethane give these wheels a smooth roll and slide as you melt them on the asphalt. Watch 12 year old ripper, Cole Trotta, toast his set out in the San Diego hill country.
The Downhill Division was recently in the Pacific Northwest for the 6th Annual Cathlamet Downhill Corral. Before the skateboard festival, the crew meet up with Daddies Board Shop at Mt. Tabor for a demo day of the new Sector 9 lineup. Team riders A.J. Haiby, Chance Gaul, Jake Wilkinson, Georgia Bontorin, Harrison DePass, Louis Pilloni, and Tibs Parise grabbed a variety of setups and rallied the closed road with the locals.
Does Minneapolis minimalistic surf punk sound good? If you’re The Blind Shake it sure does. This fearsome 3-piece just released their latest raucous record, 'Breakfast of Failures' on Goner and it’s a burner. Listen to the song ‘Parachutes’ here...
Enter the Wilmots. In Jamaica they are known as the first family to bring surfing to the island nation. Currently the Wilmot's rule the local surf breaks and our lens of aloha, Jon Steele, was there to capture the start to winter.
The Day Of The Dead brought about the first coming of the Halloween Ghoul Duel at Ocean Beach Skatepark. Blood, guts, and bananas were only the start as the park race and best trick contest got dicey! Join us next year for more BBQed animal flesh and sketchy skatepark shenanigans!
Although Angie's Curves has come and gone the photos and stories continue to stream in. This week it was Wheelbase Mag with their coverage from the scalding 110 degree mountain top. Thanks for sticking it out with us, enjoy the article here: http://www.wheelbasemag.com/angies-curves-2014/