Posts by: SavageThrills

Let’s sum up this track in one word; Refreshing! Slaughterhouse comes out swinging with a heavy riff and vocals reminiscent of Jebediah’s – Animal. Siamese has added enough power to make you, rock it out yet the breakdown in the latter of the song is quintessential to the track as a whole. To be honest, the lyrics for...

What is better than kicking it with your mates, not much!! RVCA recently took their skate team for a bonding session on Hawaii’s North Shore and decided to whip up a crazy edit featuring the whole team. Winter is an epic time to be hanging out in Oahu and below you’ll find out why.

Expatriate American photographer Roger Ballen is known for exploring the dark recesses of South Africa, and the darker recesses of his own mind, in his work. Before 1997, he shot documentary-style images of the inequality he saw when he moved to Johannesburg, but he later began to incorporate himself into the images...

Little Dark Age was the first new music we had heard from MGMT in over four years. The band released a record in 2013 in the form of their self-titled third album. In late 2016, the band promised fans that they would return in 2017 before clarifying that they intended to release new music “ASAP”. MGMT had been...

Continuing upon the cross-media mission of her label RAAR, Louisahhh’s latest EP A Trap I’ve Built is meant to create a bridge, in both theme and feel, between Louisahhh’s previous dancefloor oriented tracks and a more live-sounding, post-alternative industrial pop. A Trap I’ve Built is an intentionally brutal body of...

Billabong released this week Iggy Pop x Billabong LAB collection, an exclusive apparel and accessory collaboration with one of the world’s most legendary and iconic musicians. The collaboration with Billabong, whose Spring ’18 collection is inspired by the punk soundtrack of the late ’80s and ’90s is fitting as...

Rising French star Petit Biscuit has premiered the official video for Waterfall ft. Panama directed by Julien Humbert and Arnaud Laffond. Waterfall, which has been streamed more than nine million times to date, comes from Petit Biscuit’s debut album Presence. The new music continues to receive widespread critical...

The Growlers have long been a band that plays pied piper to the vast amount of Australian fans. Each time the band tours they are selling out shows along the eastern seaboard and this tour Melbourne was no different. As always 170 Russell is the perfect place to catch international touring bands. With their sultry...

Journey to Tokyo and beyond in this visual piece from filmmaker Patrik Wallner. The Splits showcases the Adidas Skateboarding Japan team and introduces their newest team rider, Shin Sanbongi. Make sure to pay attention at 1:28, a front foot no comply impossible, that’s insane! Rewinded after you’ve gotten your mind...

The ever-alluring sense of adventure, dropping off the map so to speak is what the keen surfer is in for with a trip up the North Coast of WA. Rusty rider Jake Edwards recently spent a month in WA’s northwest surfing and exploring the unique West Australian coastline. Here is a quick edit to show the fruits of his...