Archive for November, 2011


Saturday, November 19th, 2011

Growing up in a region known for it’s long flat spells just as much as it’s variety of secret points, it’s not a surprise that Eric is an all boards type of guy.   Having to make do with whatever comes to his New England doorstep Eric has become proficient at riding sub 6 foot shred sleds, as well as placing a log into perfect trim while perched on the nose.  It’s not uncommon to find Eric having a solo session in perfect waves with the snow still falling after a winter Noreaster’ has passed.   For some people the extreme seasonality of weather, crowds, and wave types may be a deterrent.  For Eric, it’s a perfect canvas to display his artistry on shaped  foam and fiberglass in pure solitude.

welcome on board eric |


Friday, November 18th, 2011

gordon’s website is rapidly becoming one of our favorite places to spend our free time | take a look and you’re sure to get hooked too | stay tuned for a profile on him in the coming weeks |

cheers |


Thursday, November 17th, 2011

a few weeks ago we took advantage of the inspiring fall weather and set up shop in a van in downtown los angeles | expect another | maybe the van will be making a stop in a city near you |

cheers |


Wednesday, November 16th, 2011

boreal, california. november 11th, 2011. rhythm shred yale cousino. eleven switch tricks. eleven regular tricks. eleven tricks from 2 days prior.

cheers |


Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

esm and surfline just put together a feature on the pair of low pressures currently lighting up the east coast | rhythm shred and all around groovy guy, luke ditella, got us stoked on this photo and the whole feature is definitely worth checking out regardless of your geographical location |

photo | mike incitti


Monday, November 14th, 2011

i was not blessed with the ability to grow facial hair which makes the dense follicle forest growing on Jai’s (US Rhythm Designer) face that much more impressive | if you’ve got anything worth showing off get on to our facebook before the end of the month |

cheers |


Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

banks gilberti is a blonde-locked gypsy thor god whether behind the lens, knuckle-dragging, or two-planking | we are stoked to have him as a part of our family

cheers |


Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

a very cool write up on one of our favorite artists around | learn more about gordon holden in this article from acclaim magazine

cheers |


Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

some new acoustic tunes from brick and mortar at the nest | very cool update to an otherwise awesome track

cheers |


Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

the following words regarding the night were assembled by the multifaceted rhythm logger, eric dranginis | we trust his opinion and you should too |


The more I get to know Gordon the less I know what to expect when I go to one his shows, which makes him one of my favorite people who apply paint and other mediums to canvases, tennis rackets, rubber ducks, and even coffee cups.  His style evokes a multitude of  emotions from it’s viewers, and that each  individual perception, is when it becomes “art”.   Gordon takes simple every day ridiculousness of our modern pop culture and points out the obvious, and also it’s more ambiguous side.  The night was fueled by delicious grog from Narragansett beer, vinyl tunes were spinning, and people walked out of Endlesswave’s door little more stylish with clothing giveaways from Rhythm.  Only a hundred yards or so from some of the oldest most conservative money we see in this country (Newport’s Mansions), its nice to have people like Gordon Holden pointing out the humor in our ever day ridiculousness and what has become of the American dream.

cheers |