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Volcom Volcanic Rockout With The GROWLERS
The Volcom Volcanic Rock Out Tour landed back in Hawaii this season! After a couple years off, it was time to bring some good vibes and live music to the island of Oahu. There are all types of walk of lives in Hawaii during the winter months. This year Volcom called up their buddies ‘The Growlers’ and told them to pack their aloha shirts and boardies, they’re going to Hawaii! Life on the road for these guys usually consists of long cross-country drives in a dirty tour bus with no sleep for weeks. I’m sure that can be fun, but a trip to Hawaii with the Volcom crew sounds much better.   The Growlers JOJ (Just Off The Jet) “Beach Goth” is an understatement… The band arrived to Hawaii in polyester pants, Reyn Spooner shirts, pale white skin and frothing for a surf. Not many people go straight from the airport to Makaha. We got the call from Russ Keaulana and the west side boys to come down for some welcoming Waianae hospitality. You can’t pay for the treatment that The Growlers got to experience. Yeah California and Australia have its qualities, but good waves and fresh food in Hawaii is the best. Scott Montoya livin the soft dream. Photo: Tai Vandyke The first show kicked off in Honolulu on a wild Friday night. Volcom rented a warehouse in the middle of China Town and turned things up! The Growlers grew up playing in empty warehouses, so this was a good start for the tour. Tons of fans from all over the island showed up and rocked the place till the end of time. That night ended with smiles and dollar bills at the famous Femme Nu. Warehouse Party The Kaka'Ako Warehouse Andrew Doheny, Delon Ranger, Ford Archbold and some groupies! The next morning was a little slow and rough as the band crawled out of the van at the Volcom House. The Pipe Master was on and the band hung out at the house and watched the comp from the deck. After a few hours the contest was called off for the day so the band went over to Turtle Bay and sipped Mai Tais till their show at the Surfer Bar. This show was a good ol’ fashion blow out. Surfer The Bar was packed shoulder to shoulder and The Growlers rocked the joint till last call. Surfer The Bar. Photo: Sean Reilly Matt Taylor and the only leather jacket in Hawaii!? Photo: Sean Reilly Girls like to Growl too… Photo: Sean Reilly Brooks Nielson swervin… Photo: Sean Reilly The North Shore approved! Photo: Sean Reilly The last show of the tour was held at the Volcom House right after the Pipe Masters final day. If you watched the final or have any idea, I’m sure you can imagine what went down. Thanks to Pacifico, there was plenty of beer for the few hundred people that showed up in the yard. This show was magical and much needed after such an amazing year of surfing. Thanks to Growlers, Clint Moncata and the rest of the Volcom Hawaii family, that was unreal! Until next year when spam turn into steak and when Primos turn into champagne…!   Welcome to Pipeline. Photo: Brian Bielmann The Enforcer, AKA Kai Borg! Photo: Brian Bielmann The yard was packed with Volcom and Growler fans! Photo: Brian Bielmann Tai Vandyke & Russ T. Photo: Brian Bielmann Acid Rain. Photo: Brian Bielmann Yeah a couple people showed up to party!! Photo: Brian Bielmann We filmed and recored an exclusive acoustic set in the Volcom House. Stay tuned for a full edit. Photo: Brian Bielmann   Brooks AKA Mer Man! Photo: Tai Vandyke   Uncle Ronnie havin a look. Photo: Tai Vandyke   Scott Montoya on one last one before heading home to Costa Mesa… Photo: Tai Vandyke
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VOLCOM AT FUN FUN FUN FEST: DAY 3 PHOTOS
Sunday was the last day of Fun Fun Fun Fest and a great end to the weekend and festival. Check out some photos below The stone in the sky! Photo: Gary Copeland Crowd surfing! Photo: Gary Copeland CJ Collins, ollie to fakie. Photo: Arto Saari Luke McKirdy invert. Photo: Arto Saari Pissed Jeans. Photo: Gary Copeland Pissed Jeans. Photo: Gary Copeland Pissed Jeans. Photo: Gary Copeland Axel Cruysberghs, backside ollie. Photo: Arto Saari Pedro Barros, backside melon grab. Photo: Arto Saari Dum Dum Girls. Photo: Gary Copeland Dum Dum Girls. Photo: Gary Copeland The stone flying high over the crowd David Gonzalez frontside air. Photo: Arto Saari Louie Lopez, back smith Hot Water Music. Photo: Gary Copeland Hot Water Music. Photo: Gary Copeland Hot Water Music. Photo: Gary Copeland Crowd surfing during Gorilla Biscuits. Photo: Gary Copeland Gorilla Biscuits. Photo: Gary Copeland Pedro Barros ollie to fakie. Photo: Arto Saari                                    
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VOLCOM AT FUN FUN FUN FEST: DAY 2 PHOTOS
Day 2 of Fun Fun Fun Fest was a blast! Check out some photos below Louie Lopez, frontside ollie. Photo: Arto Saari David Gonzalez, frontside rock and roll Cheers to another awesome day at Fun Fun Fun Fest. Photo: Gary Copeland Metz. Photo: Gary Copeland Metz. Photo: Gary Copeland Dennis Busenitz, frontside ollie. Photo: Arto Saari   Courtney Barnett. Photo: Gary Copeland Pedro Barros frontside blunt. Photo: Arto Saari The Black Lips. Photo: Gary Copeland The Black Lips. Photo: Gary Copeland Grant Taylor and Pedro Barros synchronized frontside ollies. Photo: Arto Saari Pedro Barros, frontside ollie. Photo: Arto Saari Omar Hassan tailblock. Photo: Arto Saari King Diamond. Photo: Gary Copeland Nas. Photo: Gary Copeland Nas. Photo: Gary Copeland Nas. Photo: Gary Copeland Nas. Photo: Gary Copeland
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VOLCOM AT FUN FUN FUN FEST: DAY 1 PHOTOS
The Fun Fun Fun Fest is an annual music and comedy festival held in Austin, Texas. Check out some of the pics from Volcom at Day 1 of this years event Alex Midler, crail slide. Photo Arto Saari. Grant Taylor pivot on the speaker. Photo Arto Saari. Axel Cruysberghs, Noseblunt. Photo Arto Saari. Blood Brothers on the Black Stage. Photo Gary Copeland Luke McCurdy, backside ollie. Photo Arto Saari. Omar Hassan, Melon to Fakie Milton Martinez, Frontside Ollle. Photo Arto Saari. Pedro Barros, Ollie. Photo Arto Saari. Stone Balloon Flying High. Photo Arto Saari. Killer Mike of Run The Jewels. Photo Gary Copeland. El-P and Killer Mike are Run The Jewels. Photo Gary Copeland. Grant Taylor, Backside 360. Photo Arto Saari. Pedro Barros, Backside nosepick. Photo Arto Saari. Yelle lighting up the Blue Stage. Photo Gary Copeland.
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VOLCOM'S TRUE TO THIS - CHAPTER 2 - THE CUSHIONY DIMENSION
Monday, September 29th, http://truetothis.volcom.com Take a journey through the unparalleled mental space imagined by some of Volcom’s most creative visionaries. In Chapter 2 of Volcom’s True To This, we explore the magical state of mind that lures us in and keeps us crawling back for more. This video transcendence features an exclusive live performance of Kurt Vile's "Gold Tone" and takes a deep dive into his higher consciousness. It's here that we also explore the meditative states of artists Travis Millard and Gemma O’Brien and careen into the minds of Volcom riders Dane Burman, Bryan Iguchi and Ryan Burch as they explore the perfection of the cushiony dimension. Volcom was founded on the belief that there is a higher level of consciousness to be found within one’s self through the internal and external journeys that board-sports, music, art and film provide. We call these finite moments of enlightenment... ‘Spiritual Intoxication'. Watch Chapter 1 at http://truetothis.volcom.com http://youtu.be/3Kcus3e0ji4
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TRUE TO THIS - CHAPTER 1: THE SPIRITUAL INTOXICATION
Volcom was founded on the belief that there is a higher level of consciousness to be found within one’s self through the internal and external journeys that board-sports, music, art and film provide. We call these finite moments of enlightenment... ‘Spiritual Intoxication’ -Music- "Krausened" Bitchin Bajas iTunes: http://geni.us/2iOT Amazon (vinyl): http://geni.us/1f9K --- "Transcendence" Bitchin Bajas Courtesy of Drag City Records iTunes: http://geni.us/38n2 Amazon (vinyl): http://geni.us/EPt --- “All Your Light (Times Like These)” Portugal. The Man Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp. iTunes: http://geni.us/2Xp7 Amazon: http://geni.us/4BW0 Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/artist/Portugal_The_Man?id=Anrh7skatm45dtnyzan3mmt4df4&hl=en
 

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