Micah Green and Jimmy Riha give you some tips on how to stay on your board and smash through it!
Living and surfing in Nicaragua is a not a bad a gig. Holly Beck has quite the set-up and she wants you to join her and the Surf With Amigas crew. Check out some of Holly's recent waves down south of the equator and then book your Surf/Yoga retreat.
Sometimes a short video can tell you a whole lot about a person. In this case Troy "Turbo" Grenier shows his true colors and breaks the speed limits.
"Go fast all the time" - Skatehouse Media
Posted In Good Causes that Deserve Applauses by admin Wednesday, December 04, 2013
Our brother from Puerto Rico, Alexis Rivera, has been presented with a truly massive challenge. Alexis was diagnosed with cancer last month, at the young age of 25, and needs all of our help. Please read the passage below from his good friend Pedro Huck Rosa and contribute whatever you can.
Remember how lucky we all really are during this holiday season... donate here: http://www.gofundme.com/5jxgn4
In October, during a recent trip to the United States in which he was working to bring exposure to a group of Puerto Rican children competing on a major skate contest that took place in Florida, Alexis started to experience much pain and swelling in his groin area. As soon as he came back to Puerto Rico, he checked in to the hospital and had to undergo an emergency operation to remove what seemed to be a tumor. Two weeks later when the tumor biopsy results came in, Alexis was diagnosed with cancer, which originated in his testicular area and has now spread towards his abdomen.
Previous to his soon to start chemo treatment, Alexis had to undergo various studies which weren't covered by his health insurance. As of now, Alexis is slated to begin his chemotherapy sessions this friday December 6th. His oncologist is very optimistic of his recovery due to Alexis' athletic condition and his high spirit and will to overcome his illness.This has been a rough couple of months for him, his family and friends. This page was created to raise funds towards life expenses that he and his family will incur throughout this long journey ahead. Please feel free to contribute whatever you can, help spread awareness and support during this tough time. Anything will be appreciated! With your help, we can help chip away at the costs of Alexis' growing medical bills and also help his family cover basic costs to take care of him, including his recovery, their transportation for visits to the hospital and assistance to cover living costs. We are also asking as we get together with our families and loved ones this Holiday Season, please keep Alexis and his family in your thoughts and prayers throughout Alexis' quest to Fight Cancer!
Alexis would like to thank his family, his friends, sponsors and all the people who support his skateboarding for all the love and support they have shown him through all his career.
Peace, light and many blessings, everyone!"
-Pedro Huck Rosa
This Friday the Sector 9 team will be taking over the Muir Skate Shop in San Diego. Stop by after 4pm for free food, giveaways, live music, and a chance to skate the Muir Ramp with the pros!
Posted In New Music Tuesday by admin Tuesday, December 03, 2013
It takes a band like Fuzz, and a town like San Francisco to throw Ty Segall a real birthday party. Well, it is his band and his town. When you add Castle Face Records recording live to document the jam, the party goes sonic. The heavy stoner-blues of Fuzz is total psych-sludge worship with Ty slamming the drums and hollering his trade mark vocals. Happy Birthday Ty.
This is not a part where she falls a lot, in fact she sticks some killer lines. Fall 2013 saw Evelyn Abad ripping her hometown parks, now we get to see too.
Houston! Come work off some of that turkey dinner on Saturday at the EZ-7 Turkey Jam presented by Surfhouse!
Posted In New Music Tuesday by admin Tuesday, November 26, 2013
If Gabriel Fulvimar’s first Gap Dream LP was Ohio bedroom psych rock, then his second full length, Shine Your Light, is definitely more California dreamy loner pop. You see, Gabe moved out from the Midwest straight to Southern California’s Burger Records. Literally, he lives in a record store. The record reflects the changes in atmosphere, and the heavy synth sounds add layers to his new groovy stories. Welcome to California Gabe, we’re glad you’re here. Now find an apartment.