Cult of Freedom: The Taj Burrow Part

Did you ever fall out of love with the lil West Oz maestro Taj Burrow? Forty and still watering eyes!

From Taj’s sponsor Globe: A few months after we left him from our adventures down the coast of WA for the Australia Part, he hit us up to let us know he had chased a swell to the Mentawais on a last minute whim and got the best HT’s and Macaronis he’d ever had. It was a solo mission and luckily our friend Dav @fox_in_soks was on hand to jump in and document the adventure. It wasn’t a big team trip, no photoshoots, no schedule to adhere to, no expectations…just an old fashioned strike mission. Needless to say, TB nailed it.


A handful of draggers survived the Polyprocalypse. Beneath the rubble they lay hiding.

From the presser: Hideously disfigured and battling chronic Drag induced psychosis, they roam the underground trenches of this dystopian deep web of horizontal (and vertical) wave debauchery. Gathering in secret. Dragging abandoned slabs to feed their obscure addiction, recruiting those rejected by the mindless control of hard society into their flaccid underworld commune. Not quite alive, not yet in the fiery pits where there’s weeping and gnashing of teeth, they lay in this soft purgatory, awake in anguish where the wages of Drag are surely death.

RVCA Team Murder Swell on Bali’s East Coast

A better-than-average edit from your pals at RVCA…

From the presser: RVCA Advocates Jay Davies, Davey Cathels, Ellis Ericson, Colin Moran, Nick Callister, Betet Merta, Sebastian Rubenheimer & McKenzie Bowden recently spent a few weeks in Bali chasing a run of swell that hit the East Coast of the island.

Music: 13 Nelson Y Los Filisteos 2000 / Courtesy of Burger Records
Video & Edit: Jackson O’Brien
Additional Footage: Lachlan McKinnon


Pretty in Pink: Watch San Clemente’s Androgynous hero Luke Davis in Bring Us a Dream!

A short film featuring Luke Davis lancing boils in the Caribbean.

Surfing : Luke Davis
Video : Andrew Schoener, Layne Stratton, Reagan Ritchie, Nicola Lugo
Edit : David Malcolm
Music : “Mr. Sandman” by The Chordettes, “Let There Be More Light” by Pink Floyd

Virtuoso: Griffin Colapinto stars in “I’m just a boy who can’t say no!”

The tour rookie in a fabulous sixteen-minute feature…

Come, come with Griffin, a tour rookie and yet rated twelfth in the world, as he swings his baton from Kirra to Bells to Western Australia.

Cherry pop!