Archive for the ‘East Coast’ Category
Posted July 30, 2012 by Mocha Latte
Since the Osheaga lineup was released earlier this year, we knew this would be the perfect opportunity for Ok Zebra to reassemble in a city capable of handling the upcoming ruckus.
We created Limited Edition Osheaga Tanks with the custom Ok Zebra – Bear Mace font for the upcoming festivities. It’s always a blast when custom type is involved and this one was no different.
If you make it out to the festival this year be sure to come say Hi! Adventurers, pack your bags!
Posted January 1, 2012 by Mocha Latte
Ok Zebra is almost three years young and every year has progressively gotten better and better. So much of the company has been influenced by you; friends, family, team members, supporters, artists, riders, readers and even haters. We owe YOU all a big thanks for joining us along on our journey these past few years.
2011 was a great year with many ups and many… surprises . Having taken OZ across the country brought us great exposure and even more friends. We have new adventures and ventures lined up for the coming year and know you’ll be extremely stoked on the future. We’ll be focusing more on the core of the company and keeping all posts relevant to Ok Zebra and its values. Passion. Integrity. Happiness. Be sure to bookmark us for new updates on projects and ideas.
Again, Thank You. 2012 here we come!
Ok Zebra Co.
Posted November 17, 2011 by Mocha Latte
“SNOWJOB is a movie about snowboarding, nothing more, nothing less. Good crew, good winter, famous bails and good times”!!
Check out more and follow their blog at the Nowamean Blog
Posted November 13, 2011 by Mocha Latte
This video is a banger! The east coast original riders are putting it down at one of best (if not the funnest), hills in Southern Ontario. Riders such as Andrew Skelhorn, Tyler Ashbee and Luke Harrison just to name a few, are some of the faces Horseshoe has enlisted to shred their park. Great 14 mins in Ontario.
Posted October 12, 2011 by Cap'n Drea
I’ve been tuning in on the regular to the second season of HBO’s How To Make It In America every Sunday.
To keep psyched between episodes, check out Broke Mogul’s mixtape of songs and voiceovers from the season.
1. Kid Cudi – The New York Intro
2. Future Islands – Balance
3. Theophilus London – I Stand Alone
4. Mugison – I Want You
5. Blood Orange – Sutphin Boulevard
6. M83 – Midnight City
7. Soul Searcher – Can’t Get Enough (DJ Theory Remix)
8. Agoria – Heart Beating (feat. Kid A)
9. Avicii – Levels (Original Mix)
10. Oliver Koletzki & Fran – Hypnotized
11. The Joy Formidable – Austere
12. Little Dragon – Crystalfilm
13. Meek Mill – House Party (feat. Young Chris)
14. Buddy – Awesome, Awesome
15. Summer Camp – I Want You
16. Duck Tails – Killin’ The Vibe
17. Catcall – Swimming Pool
Posted August 13, 2011 by Mocha Latte
Our boy Alex Slim of Montreal, has been meticulously preparing for the grand opening of the OPP Galerie et Boutique for quite some time. After much construction, help from an array of different artists, credible sponsors and live DJ’s; the vernissage was a huge success. Pictures throughout the night can be viewed on Fafa Khan’s page.
Be sure to pay a visit to OPP’s FB page for upcoming events and information.
Posted August 7, 2011 by Mocha Latte
The homies on the East coast murked Wakefest this past weekend in Collingwood, ON with an RV packed with drinks, swag and great people. Wakestock being one of the most popular summer festivals in Ontario, because of its wide appeal, seemed to deliver yet again! We met many friends and saw many familiar faces such as TITS DEEP. Great to see you all, can’t wait till next year!
Posted July 29, 2011 by Mocha Latte
It’s finally happened! The crew from WraBeanz have joined forces with Love Thy Brother and have emerged with a sound unlike any. The newly crowned “thugstep” group goes by Ain’t No Love and consists of Liam Clarke, Beanz, Saidah Conrad & 1990.
I have met all these artists individually and can say that each of them brings their own element to the various tracks giving us not just a merging of styles, but an evolution of music. Make sure you download the full EP from their Bandcamp.