Surf

4.10.19

How India’s First Female Surfer Is Transforming a Little Village into a Paradise

From teaching the locals how to swim to holding skateboarding workshops for the village school, we spoke to Forbes Asia 30 under 30 honoree, Ishita Malaviya.

5.14.18

The Women Surfers Saying Men Don't Get to Rule the Waves

“It’s really hard to imagine that you can be a surfer, unless you are in a community where it is expected and encouraged for girls to be surfers."

1.17.18

Amen Dunes Is Back with the Unexpectedly Rousing "Miki Dora"

'Freedom,' the third album from Damon McMahon's ever-evolving indie project, is out March 30.

8.12.17

Hinds Get Surfy on “Caribbean Moon”

The Spanish indie four-piece return with their first proper single in almost a year, and it's a cover of a weird Kevin Ayers song.

7.21.17

I Surfed a Perfect Man-Made Wave in the Heart of Texas

A decades-long swell of wave-generating technologies is finally catching a break.

6.21.17

Bobby Kim on Falling in Love with Streetwear

The co-founder of the Hundreds tells us how he got into streetwear and why he's releasing the new documentary, 'Built to Fail.'

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5.24.17

Guantanamo Baywatch Go Filthy on “Video,” Announce New Album ‘Desert Center’

The Portland, Oregon garage-surf trio's fourth LP is out August 4.

5.9.17

Jaw-Dropping Cinemagraphs Show Waves Are Works of Natural Art

Dutch cinematographer Armand Dijcks animated the ocean stills of Australian photographer Ray Collins into a sequence of seascape vignettes.

3.30.17

Pinky Pinky's "Ram Jam" Is Your New Summer Jam

Two members may still be in high school, but the rising LA trio already has a co-sign from Hanni El Khatib. Listen to their debut track now.

3.21.17
2.10.17

Watch La Luz Rip Through “Sure As Spring” at Galaxy Barn

The Californian quartet feature in another episode of the Galaxy Barn series.

10.25.16

The Monstrous Waves of Nazaré Are Waking Up

On Monday, about a dozen surfers were on the water to try to surf the gigantic Portuguese waves.

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