Surfline features TAVIK ambassador and Coffee With Toast founder Sean Herman in their recap of Outer Banks’ tropical Storm Issac. Click here to read the full article. Stayed tuned for more from Sean Herman! We hear another system is brewing…
Be sure to check out TheNoiseTrain.com, a music blog for music people! Experience love and passion for music from the contributors of The Noise Train as they feel the visual side of music and the live perfomance of a band is as important as what is recorded and they aim to exemplify that visual side. Contributors to The Noise Train, like Patrick Flynn and Braedon Flynn, are a mix of photographers, musicians and writers that love music and want to share their experiences of live performances and new music to check out. Follow The Noise Train on Facebook or Twitter.
TAVIK surfer and East Coast rep Sean Herman was recently featured on ActionSportsNow.com! Sean discusses everything from his blog sites CoffeeWithToast.com and SurfSoundsCollection.com to how he used to date a psychopath. Get to know Sean a little bit more by checking out this article at ActionSportsNow.com. Here is a little clip of Sean’s recent trip to Newport:
TAVIK skater Kaleb Jones has been doing what he knows best on the concrete jungle of Hickory, NC! You can get to know him and hear his thoughts about his passion for skating by checking out his article at TrueSk8boardMag.com. Here is a clip of Kaleb Jones showing off his stuff:
DJ Glendetta, based out of Newport Beach, CA, can be found blasting his house/electro mashups at Woodys Wharf, Blackbull, Detroit Bar, Auld Dubliner and Hurricanes! Follow DJ Glendetta on Facebook.
Dj Glendetta August mix by Dj Glendetta
The Dirty Hype‘s back with another “Thirsty Thursday”! In this this edition, Tavik skater Al Bunganich, accompanied by Ryan Sheckler, Greyson Fletcher, Dan Greenwood, and Jose Magra, bring a lot of action packed footage of the crew ripping apart SC, Lake Forest, and Etnies skateparks. Check it out!
It’s Music Monday in the Tavik office! Today we are getting our week started with “Something Good Can Work” from Two Door Cinema Club.
Two door cinema club – something good can work by mariocon