Today is National Learn to Swim Day. Todd Francis has drawn us a picture, and Crombie has penned an anecdote to accompany. Jump in the deep end and fend for yourselves.
Is there a person left on this big mound of clay we call Planet E that isn’t excited as hell about the release of Mad Max: Fury Road? Everyone’s talking about the movie, but why isn’t anyone talking about the soundtrack?
Next time your parents confront you after overhearing your phone conversation about Dutch Ovens, tell them to chill with the D.A.R.E narc talk; you’re simply discussing Poler’s new camping crock-pot.
I had a hell of a morning, so it felt good to get into work and find the brand new single “Swing Me On A Vine Of Sunshine” from Sydney four piece, The Lulu Raes, sitting in my inbox. Peep the world premier of the clip here.
Here we have Ms Briana King, taking a sultry strut through a structural example of architectural genius, in Brighton, Victoria. The video, by Jack Shelton & Gavan Dawe, is the first episode in their short film series, Snippets of Spinach.
Ezekiel recently sent out surfers Kyle Kennelly & Kip Armstrong south of the border for a summer 2015 trip. Check out some unseen images here.
A fashionable addition to the construction sites and curbs of the Lower East Side, hopefully Chris Milic is here to stay. If not, it’s all goodie. Watch his part in the new vid here.
I know what you’re thinking; what a bunch of handsome young men. But, there’s more to ’em than that. Turns out they make really good music, too. I know, life’s unfair. Check out the premiere of their new video here.
How’s that for a book title? Photographer Mark Whiteley is behind the new photo book, which he will release this Saturday, May 16, at Seeing Things Gallery in San Jose, CA.
Featuring Nic von Rupp, Albee Layer, John John Florence, Vasco Ribeiro, Matt Meola and many others, fix yourself a fruity concoction and settle in for the story of Two Islands.
Photographer Jonayd Cherifi spent a couple of days with skateboarder Curren Caples in his hometown of Ventura, California. Take a tour of Curren’s best spots here.
For issue #45 of MC, Riley Blakeway made a video with Daryl Angel and Nick Boserio to accompany the Eight & Sand story. Now he’s made a 60 second version, because he’s a show off. Best minute you’ll spend today.
Here’s a new tune by everyone’s favorite weirdo, Mac Demarco, to get you through the week.
It was a good thing, this Melbourne Art Book Fair. It had the right mix of serious people and funny people, old and young, arty and not so arty. Get your full recap here.
Ring, ring. Yes, Hello. This is the Telo Islands calling for a one Mr. Jack Freestone. Tell him it’s regarding surfing me. Tell him I miss him and his gentle caress. Tell him he must come back soon.
Oakley In Residence: Los Angeles is a pop-up creative space and skate park in the heart of Los Angeles, right across from Fairfax High, renowned beeper-checker Kareem Campbell’s alma mater.
Hey, remember when Noa Deane said fuck the WSL on stage live at the Surfer Poll in December? Remember when all that social media hate and critical surf media commentary spewed up at the 20 year old after that? He does. And he’s finally ready to talk about it.
Recently, we sat down with skateboarder Kevin ‘Spanky’ Long and talked all things past and future tense. From growing up in the Emerica Mansion to turning 30 and filming his next video part, you can read it all here.
Yes, I ran spell check. Swimm ain’t no typo. They’re a real good rock and roll band from Florida, who now base themselves in the other sunny state, California. What’s with the name? We asked ’em a few months back, and you can read all about it here. Then you can get all amped up…
Hear ye! Hear ye! The towncrier has announced the latest signing to PASS~PORT, Mr. Nik Stipanovic. Incase you’re wondering why he’s on the team, check out the video, and then wonder no more.