Posts Tagged ‘france’

Aurelien Buttin’s photographic endeavours will make you wonder if there’s anywhere he hasn’t travelled – and rightly so. With a talent for capturing both stunning and poignant moments, the French photographer has taken this skill across forty different countries, with some beautiful results. We had a chat with him about...

Time for our third and last article featuring this year’s Wheels and Waves. As we’ve told you in previous post you here, the event is (a lot) about custom motorcycling culture. Like we also mentioned, it gives much room to art, music, surf and skate as well. Let’s get you one more time to Biarritz, on this part of the...

Versailles rock band Phoenix are back with their sixth studio album Ti Amo, which for those not familiar with Italian or international terms of endearment, translates to “I love you.” The French ensemble that is remembered by the average person for Litsztomania, have created music on this album that is far from the...

We’ve all been to Monday Land at least once in our lives. You know it, that feeling of death lingers over you as you descend into the darkness of your mind. Thinking, why did I do this to myself, was it all really worth it. Once again I’ve missed work! But, do I really give a fuck. We all know the answer to this and...

Restless french artist Bleu de Marin has built a singular creative world, mixing an artisan background with street influences and a passion for ocean related aesthetics and mythology. We got a moment with the one that calls himself Jean Rockeadi, between Biarritz, Paris, surf and tattoo sessions.Where do you come...

Djedjotronic is one dark guy that knows what techno means : thanks to his long experience in the French and German electronic scene (he’s signed under Boys Noize’s label, BNR records), Djedjotronic is a French infiltrated DJ living in Berlin. That’s something obvious in his music : on Strapon, his latest EP, the sound of...

With his first eponym album Sage offers one of the most beautiful albums of the beginning of the year. The French singer is not completely unknown. Behind this new name hides Ambroise Willaume, singer of Revolver. Folk and rock are put aside here for the benefit of a light pop with electronic touches, haunted by the...

After being the first french surfer to qualify on the world championship tour – among the best 44 surfers in the world – Eric Rebiere became a renowned big wave rider. His new goal is to expand the list of big wave spots around Europe, which is a lengthy process…This time he’s pushing the boundaries and bringing his...