A stylish trio of St. Augustine surf luminaries team up in this new Luke Kothera clip.
Author: Matthew Shaw
180-seconds of one of Northeast Florida's most watchable surfers.
Pianist John Shannon's new EP is an exceedingly chill, LoFi affair.
There are a couple of tried and true ways to get noticed in the classic longboar…
Experimental-electronic band Sea Cycles continues to slowly peddle its new music.
If our fall 2020 issue doesn't get you hyped on Jax, check your pulse!
Like everything LANNDS does, "ninety four" packs a singular sonic punch.
If you're a fan of creative print design, unique interior decor and architecture, or are simply keen on a dose of escapism, Surf Shacks Vol. 2 is a worth a look.
A Gulf outing we can get behind!
Bedroom Pop artist Yuno makes a cozy cloud pillow even more comfy.
Northeast Florida native Zander Morton reflects on his time as the last editor of the iconic Surfing Magazine and turning lemons into lemonade.
Katzman's new rocker will rattle the DNA of whatever viral particulate might be lingering within decibel range.
Zrae's nine songs chart a series of emotional peaks and valleys--a relative rollercoaster ride of contemporary R&B-infused pop!
Modern Violence's new EP is a raucous, much-needed cathartic release.
Mother Atlantic threw us a surf party and invited all of our friends!
Faze Wave pulls the lever on the recliner and sinks into a comfortable indie-rock sound.
St. Augustine-based singer-songwriter DL is OK sings about finding redemption by following a creative path.
The Jags’ most reliable point scorer, Josh Lambo, is also a dependable dog lover .
The pandemic and subsequent economic restrictions have hit Jacksonville’s live music scene especially hard.
From surf film soundtracks to pro surfing scuccess, Curren has carved out her own distinctive path.
With distinctive contributions from each member, "Vol. 2" is more proof that the sum of L.O.V.E. Culture is greater than the parts.
A studio visit with artist Julissa Marie and a sneak peek into Void's September 2020 issue.
Our September 2020 issue is eighty-four pages of cool people doing cool things.
A group show featuring the works of five emerging local artists provides an aesthetically interesting window into a world turned upside down.
In these divisive times, saying you're a fan of the Deep State might earn you some…