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The FUZZ on 93.5 FM

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Laguna Beaches’ only FM station 93.5 is a brilliant supply of killer tunage. Our favorite show, The FUZZ is an underground music ride hosted by the legend Corey Brindley. He plays everything from garage to psych and outsider blues…sometimes even punk. This show is a guaranteed golden supply of tracks you’ve never heard. For all of those in Laguna Beach, it airs Monday nights at 9pm. For those of you residing outside of Laguna, you can get all of these kick-ass shows by podcast or at the 93.5 website. Make sure to give this one a listen, you’ll get FUZZED!! After you get FUZZED you can listen to the iriest show on earth, Laguna Roots Reggae selected by RAS-STAFF-I, the rootsiest dogg around! Laguna Roots Reggae airs on 93.5FM at 10PM Monday nights. You can get all the roots on the 93.5 website! JAH!

CONS Space 001 BCN


Mid May Converse put forth the CONS Space in Barcelona. The goal was to transform an disused urban space through a few of our favorite things, art, music, and skateboarding.  It took place in an abandoned industrial playfield put together by Kenny Anderson and Pontus Alv. Local barcelona artists Txemy Basuelto, Fernando Elvira and Ruben Sanchez  were hired to paint the surroundings giving some life to the once dead area. The skaters Rune Glifberg, Tom Remillard, Remy Taviera, Javier Mendizabal, Jerome Campbell, Harry Lintell, Danny Sommerfeld and Ben Raemers all threw down some massive tricks to make the event a killer session. Check out the “Spot-On” content they collected below!



PORK magazine is an online free publication for your hardcore rock&roll punker. Each issue of PORK magazine is filled with issues concerning pizza, weed, weirdo art, denim, studs and tons of other random radness. The magazine has killer art direction and has an awesome online store with tons of bitchin’ patches, buttons, t-shirts, and combs/knives for you to fiend over. Make sure to check out PORK! for more weirdo shit.

Iconograph #2

Them-Thangs is back with a brand new book full of mind-altering & encouraging images, words, and symbols. There are only 750 copies of this bad boy, so hop on it before they’re all gone for good. If you missed out on the first round of publications headed by curator Justin Blyth then you can check it out here.

Iconograph #2 is the second print offering in an ongoing series that gathers an eccentric collection of visual media and literature exploring the contemporary use of Ritualistic Iconography—the systems of symbols, mythic representations, and religious imagery from which we seek meaning. Iconograph #2 is an 80-page curated document, offset printed on an 8-color Heidelberg press in Belgium, in an edition of 750. 

Beer Savage

BeerSavage is not a brand, it’s a movement.  One that builds community and celebrates the experience of enjoying a beer. The BeerSavage is the universal symbol of this movement; representing the inner savage that lurks within each of us. Channeling ones inner savage strengthens the movement and the connection to the community. BeerSavage supports those that enjoy responsibly.’

Beer Savage is hosting their first art gathering entitled, “Our Inner Savage,” at Noble Ale Works on Friday March 1st from 7-11pm. Featured artists will include: Bob Dob, Graham Curran, Brad Walters, Tyler Cornelius, Eddie Wall, Evan Price, Jake Vandenberg, Jimmy Fontaine, Matthias Bannon, Mike Page, Pat Garvin, Robby Adams, Stink, Tristan Ellis, and Dave Goss. Release your inner savage, go to the show!

Beer Savage 6′ x 6′ by Dave Goss from BeerSavage on Vimeo.

Our inner savage from BeerSavage on Vimeo.


Bootleg is a full length rastafari surf adventure conceived by Joel Tudor and George Trimm. It’s a full 25 minutes brought to you by Buzz-Cut Films, featuring the iriest surfing collected on 8mm film, cut to killer music interlaced with funny stories and cameos. Sheer brilliance! Make sure to sit down, light up a doobie, and crack a cold one to this film!!

BOOTLEG- FULL LENGTH from George Trimm on Vimeo.

Harrison Roach
Joel Tudor
Yuta Sezutsu
& John Haffy

Songs Used:
1.) “Kundan’s Hideout” by DJ shadow and Dan The Automator
2.) “Everybody Love’s The Sunshine” by Roy Ayers
3.) “Snap” by Cleo McNett
4.) “Crab Yars” by The Upsetters (prod. by Lee “Scratch” Perry)
5.) “Summer Madness” by Kool & The Gang
6.) “1983″ by Flying Lotus
7.) “Dirty Water” by The Standells
8.) “You Wish” by Nightmares on Wax
9.) “Runnin’ (Instrumental)” by The Pharcyde (prod. by J DILLA)
10.) “What I’d Say” by Ray Charles
11.) “Why Hip Hop Sucks In ’96″ by DJ Shadow
12.) “Be Thankful For What You’ve Got” by William DeVaughn