Noa Deane "Picks 5" at Burger Records
Noa picks up 5 records from one of our favorite records stores!
Burger Records' Sean & Lee on believing in yourself enough to put ThisFirst
Burger Records’ founders Lee Rikard and Sean Bohrman take us back to the early days of the label through trial and tribulations that have …
Holiday Hits, A Volcom Team Playlist
Some of the team share their musical memories from holidays past.
Run The Jewels Live At The Garden in Austin, TX
Run The Jewels 'Live at The Garden' pop-up experience featured a impromptu perform by the group in addition to a pop-up shop, art installati…
Week 20: Channel "Wedding Song" | Volcom Cyber Singles Club
No rookies to the action, members of CHANNEL have played with other groups such as Digits, Zoo Keepers, LA Ghost, The Abigails, and The Grow…
Run The Jewels' Killer Mike & El-P On Obsession And Their Drive To Put ThisFirst
Have you ever felt like giving up? Working non-stop towards what seems like an impossible goal? What if we told you a college educated drug …
Week 19: The Oil Pans “Creepy Tales” | Volcom Cyber Singles Club
Born from the toxic runoff of Disneyland, The Oil Pans bring their foggy, shadowy vibes to the Volcom studio for their first ever
Week 18: Fatal Jamz "Heavenly Choir" | Volcom Cyber Singles Club
If you are picking up a dark romantic vibe on Fatal Jamz's new song "Heavenly Choir", the first new song since releasing Coverboy, you aren'…
Week 17: Part Time "Que Vida" | Volcom Cyber Singles Club
Oakland's Part Time's a unique take on a Arthur Lee's '60s classic that puts a silly punky new wave spin Love's original version.
Week 16: Robber "Monster in the Cabinet" | Volcom Cyber Singles Club
RØBBER was formed in November of 2016 by three friends from Mission Viejo, CA. David Sheets plays the bass and sings back up, Max Kulmer pl…
Why Blister? Why Anything? - Noa Deane Gets "Deep"
When Noa Deane isn’t surfin’ he can usually be found with a guitar in his hands channeling his alt-rock heroes Mudhoney and Melvins.
Agenda Festival With Burger Records, The Garden, Fat Tony, Nobunny, No Parents
Volcom and Burger Records put on a first-of-its-kinda show during the Agenda Festival trade show at Long Beach Convention Center.