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Stream the Psychic Migrations 'Soundtrack' featuring Thee Oh Sees, White Fence, Wand, Al Lover and more
Curious about the music from Psychic Migrations? We've put together the above playlist to listen to the soundtrack and assembled the links below to download the songs for your permanent listening pleasure. Thomas de Hartmann - The Struggle of the Magicians (Excerpt No. 3) - iTunes Cave - Shikaakwa - iTunes Cave - Arrow's Myth - iTunes Ecstatic Vision - Cross The Divide - iTunes Al Lover - Flight Patterns - iTunes Al Lover - Nature's Tuning - iTunes Richard Bishop - Saraswati - iTunes Thee Oh Sees - Sticky Hulks - iTunes Thee Oh Sees - Web - iTunes Tracy Bryant - Subterranean - Out February 16, 2016 on Burger Records White Fence - Only Man Alive - iTunes Corners - Against It - iTunes Al Lover - Permanent Now - iTunes Thee Oh Sees - Palace Doctor - iTunes Bitchin Bajas - Bajas Ragas - iTunes Wand - Generator Larping - iTunes
Volcom Super Collider At Fun Fun Fun Fest Video Recap
We had a hell of a weekend out in Austin, Texas for Fun Fun Fun Fest! With 3 days of shredding on the Volcom Super Collider combined with 3 stages of live music you know Thrasher Magazine was down to document it all. Watch the video recap above and click the images below for photo recaps of each day. Dustin Dollin battled for this kickflip fakie over the hip but pulled the make. Photo: Daniel Cabral Day 1 Recap Day 2 Recap Day 3 Recap
Volcom Super Collider At The 2015 Fun Fun Fun Fest – Day 3
The last day of Fun Fun Fun Fest was blessed with great weather and good vibes. Check out some photos below and stay tuned for a full recap video from Thrasher Magazine. David Catching some FS ollies to warm up. Photo: Daniel Cabral Milton Martinez's kickflip nosegrind might of been one of the heaviest tricks to go down. Photo: Daniel Cabral Gary Rogers mind was blown! Title Fight. Photo: Hope Lane Photo: Hope Lane Photo: Hope Lane Afrika Bambaataa DJ Set. Photo: Hope Lane The Growlers. Photo: Hope Lane The Growlers. Photo: Daniel Cabral Chromeo. Photo: Hope Lane Future Islands Photo: Daniel Cabral Venom. Photo: Daniel Cabral Venom. Photo: Daniel Cabral
Volcom Super Collider At The 2015 Fun Fun Fun Fest – Day 2
Day two of Fun Fun Fun Fest started out wet, but thankfully dried up by the afternoon so that the Super Collider could be skated. Sheckler watching Grant's frontside ollie. Photo: Arto Saari Milton Martinez nosegrinded all of the hips in one line. Photo: Daniel Cabral Jackson Pilz bluntslide across. Photo: Arto Saari Axel Cruysberghs got in on the nosegrind action as well. Photo: Daniel Cabral Skate Team.Photo: Gary Copeland Photo: Gary Copeland Fuzz played, Ty wore a mask. Photo: Gary Copeland Photo: Gary Copeland Charlie from Fuzz. Photo: Gary Copeland American Nightmare. Photo: Hope Lane Gogol Bordello. Photo: Hope Lane Gogol Bordello. Photo: Hope Lane NOFX. Photo: Daniel Cabral Wu-Tang Clan. Photo: Daniel Cabral Gary Rogers and Dustin Dollin at our FFF NItes show Photo: Daniel Cabral Fat Tony and Gary Rogers keeping the crowd going at our FFF Nites Show. OFF! . Photo: Daniel Cabral
Volcom Super Collider At The 2015 Fun Fun Fun Fest - Day 1
First day of Fun Fun Fun Fest went off! The skate team was able to dodge the rain long enough to skate the Volcom Super Collider for a couple hours attracting a solid crowd before heading into the night. Follow the skate team on instagram and live updates from the ramp and festival on snapchat. Check out some photos from day 1 below. Milton Martinez nosegrind accross. Photo: Gary Copeland Sheckler blasting an ollie on the stone pyramid. Photo: Gary Copeland Gary Rogers. Photo: Arto Saari David Gonzalez. Photo: Gary Copeland   Super limited edition Volcom Super Collider tees with art by Michael Sieben are available now. Dwarves played their 1990 album Blood Guts & Pussy in its entirety. Photo: Gary Copeland Ryan Sheckler was the first to pull the massive ollie transfer. Photo: Arto Saari CJ Collins made the massive ollie transfer right after Ryan Sheckler. Photo: Daniel Cabral Ben Raemers blunt on the stone pyramid. Photo: Arto Saari Axel Cruysberghs full speed smith grind across. Photo: Daniel Cabral Peaches on the Blue Stage. Photo: Arto Saari Grant Taylor front Disaster. Photo: Gary Copeland Grant Taylor was blasting all day! Photo: Daniel Cabral CJ Collins frontside feeble into the hip. Photo: Arto Saari Omar Hassan Method to fakie. Photo: Arto Saari Dustin Dollin battled for this kickflip fakie over the hip but pulled the make. Photo: Daniel Cabral Peaches. Photo: Gary Copeland
Volcom Womens X Lady Grouplove Collection
After 4 years of touring, Hannah Hooper from Grouplove emptied her suitcase on the table for the Volcom Womens design team. Three hours later the team of women had the beginnings of what would become the inspiration for the Lady Grouplove for Volcom product collaboration...   Volcom Womens is proud to present an exclusive design collaboration with musician, Hannah Hooper of Grouplove: the "Lady Grouplove for Volcom" Collection. In partnership between the brand and musician the collection offers an eclectic array of easy to wear styles. Ranging from denim jackets to matching crop top and leggings, the collection is highly reminiscent of Hooper's unique and distant stage costumes. Largely incorporating the musician's artwork on the designs - Lady Grouplove for Volcom is an authentic blend of music and fashion. "What made this collaboration special was that Hannah Hoooper shared her favorite pieces from the road and together we drew inspiration for what would become Lady Grouplove for Volcom," shares Kristy Michaels, Volcom Global Design Director. Hooper adds, "I really feel like we made something that I can identify with and most important a line I can wear. I felt right at home with the Volcom ladies so the Lady Grouplove for Volcom line cam together pretty effortlessly."   ABOUT VOLCOM: Volcom was founded in 1991 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. The company prides itself on making quality apparel, outerwear, footwear and accessories that not only exemplify the lifestyle, but also enhance the ability to live it. By being the first to combine surfing, skating and snowboarding under one brand from inception a new future was forged and a generation of liberation was born. For over two decades Volcom has been TRUE TO THIS... the quest for Spiritual Intoxication. ABOUT GROUPLOVE: Grouplove first came together in 2009 and soon were hailed as a great live act, both as headliners and at such international festivals as Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Outside Lands, Reading + Leeds Festivals, and Glastonbury. “NEVER TRUST A HAPPY SONG” arrived in 2011, making a stellar chart debut among the top 5 on Billboard’s “Heatseekers” album chart for new and developing acts. The acclaimed album was highlighted by the debut single, “Colours” which received critical acclaim and climbed to the top reaches at Alternative radio outlets nationwide. “Tongue Tied,” the second single from “NEVER TRUST A HAPPY SONG,” proved an even greater success, earning RIAA platinum certification for sales in excess of 1 million while spending 3 consecutive weeks at #1 on the Alternative airplay chart.  The third single, “Itchin’ On A Photograph” also reached the Top 10 at Alternative radio. The quintet’s second full length album “SPREADING RUMOURS” arrived in September 2013 and was met with a raft of acclaim from the likes of Rolling Stone, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, Los Angeles Times, NYLON, and National Public Radio who called it “ludicrously easy to love.” Grouplove is Christian Zucconi, Hannah Hooper, Andrew Wessen and Ryan Rabin Shop the Collection
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