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Thursday, March 22, 2018

Watch: ‘Gone Tomorrow’ with the Quik Crew – The Hawaii edition

In this episode of Quiksilver’s “Gone Tomorrow” series, you’ll get a glimpse into the action that has transpired on the North Shore thus far this season. In between the world title race and a Triple Crown showdown, the influx of visiting pro surfers put on a serious show–both in and out of jerseys Surfermag.com


Weedmaps Pipe Experience 2018

Boo Johnson, Aaron “Jaws” Homoki, Stevie Williams, Marius Syvanen, Tommy Sandoval, and many other WM family members are going to be on the North Shore of Oahu The post Weedmaps Pipe Experience 2018 appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding skateboarding.transworld.com

The Skin Phillips Photo Show

Come one come all! It’s Agenda weekend in Long Beach and this is one of the best events going on. Open to the public, Jan 4 in the LBC skateboarding.transworld.com

Tin Ojeda Dives into the Abstract for New Film – The alternative surf chronicler discusses his next experimental project, "Abstract Rhythms"

New York-based experimental filmmaker Tin Ojeda spent the last half-decade capturing offbeat logging, finless sliding, and alt-craft styling on rolls of black and white, Super 8 and Super 16 film, chopping the footage together to an eclectic soundtrack of improvisational jazz and dissonant noise. Though films like “Daughter,” “Kook Paradise,” and “Expensive Porno Movie” resonated

"The Ditch Diablo" comic book

Behold the cursed realm of The Ditch Diablo! Take a spin through our interactive skate comic book where you choose the adventure. The consequences of your choices are the difference between LIFE and DEATH thrasher.com

TWS Park: Best of 2017

It’s that time of year. Here’s a mega-montage of ripping that went down in the world famous #TWSPark skateboarding.transworld.com

The Illegal Civ Cinema Tour Part 3 of 5

Nico Hiraga, Aramis Hudson, Gary Rogers, and Mikey Alfred at a pop up in Portland sponsored by Zumiez, where kids and the Illegal Civ team where able to connect. The post The Illegal Civ Cinema Tour Part 3 of 5 appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding skateboarding.transworld.com


The Follow Up: Joey Guevara

Joey may not be related to Che Guevara but he’s still waging war—with the streets! Peep the photos and read about Joey’s Temple Rhythms part, visiting pyramids, double dipping a Tom Knox song and what it’s like to film a part in good ol’ San Jose. Who needs a plane ticket to get rad? thrasher.com

Joey Guevara's "Temple Rhythms" Part

Trends come and go but classic street skating will never need a tombstone and this Joey Guevara Temple Rhythms part is timeless. Hit play and enjoy the no BS barrage of clips thrasher.com

James Bush's "Last Orders" Part

This part is filled with kill but the last move is a total trip. How’d that tail not snap the F off? James Bush treads lightly! thrasher.com

The Deluxe Artroom Artshow

The Deluxe Artroom show is January 5th at 111 Minna in SF. Art from the whole crew, music by Tommy Guerrero, John Cardiel, and Big Hongry, plus the premiere of Spitfire’s Arson Dept 2 video thrasher.com

Double Rock: Dickies

The Dickies squad rolled through and almost set D-Rock on fire. Here’s Tom Knox, Jake Hayes, Adrian Adrid, Zack Wallin, and Vincent Alvarez closes it out with some switch madness thrasher.com

Castle Bolts Promo

Daryl Angel made this new promo for his new company. Check it out skateboarding.transworld.com

Side Note V.3

A solid nine minutes of DC, Maryland, and VA skating. The post Side Note V skateboarding.transworld.com

Jordan's Top 10 Albums of 2017

As someone who leans heavily towards the prog side of music in general, it’s not surprising that my favorite metal albums of 2017 fall into that category. The post Jordan’s Top 10 Albums of 2017 appeared first on Metal Injection metalinjection.com


Northern Touch – Filmmaker Ben Gulliver, the man responsible for films like “Seawolf” and “The Fortune Wild”, brings us behind-the-scenes on a surf trip through unspoiled northern Canada

It’s a challenge to convince professional surfers to sign up for an exploratory trip to a little-known cold-water location, especially when that cold-water location is an island in far northern Canada with unreliable forecasts and 20-foot tide swings. So, when filmmaker Ben Gulliver and photographer Mark McInnis decided to take a swing on this zone,


The Killing Floor x Carpet Company

Jeremy Murray and Mason Padilla get nice in DC for this board on board collab. The post The Killing Floor x Carpet Company appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding skateboarding.transworld.com