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In another edition of Off Beat we kicked it with Skullcandy surfer Dillon Perillo and dove deep into the caverns of his soul. We talked music, holidays, and life. Get some laughs from our time with Dillon - we don’t know always know what he’s talking about it but its cool, neither does he.
They’re funny, they’re tan, they’re talented. We partnered with our homies over at What Youth to dig deeper into day-to-day awesomeness of our surf team members Tanner Gudauskas and Kolohe Andino. These boys grind through What Youth’s off-beat questions with casually cool responses that only a mother could love. Kidding, we thought they were hilarious.
Former pro surfer, Will Tant, and his family put on a hell-of-a surf contest in Flagler Beach, FL – 13 years in a row and running. It draws amateurs and pros, alike, in memory of one of Flagler’s locals and Will’s older brother, Tommy Tant, who passed away in 1998. Skullcandy was stoked to sponsor the event that hosts 11 am divisions and four pro divisions, with proceeds going to a scholarship fund in Tommy’s name and to local charities.
The Stonp “Autumn of Death Tour” van parked at our office in Tokyo for their final showing of the “Stonp or Die"premiere. Skullcandy helped host the epic event attended by about 200 people and many more who overflowed onto Cat Street in Harajuku. We set up monitors both inside and projecting out, toward the street, so that everyone got a chance to peep the new feature. Snow team member, Kazu Kokubo, packed the showroom with friends and family to check out his starring role in the film.
Skullcandy certainly picked the right evening to organize our “Time For Your Medication” party at the famous Rock Food, the main bar in Hossegor. Plenty of pro and local surfers, the media and retailers dropped in to enjoy the heavy show of DJ Mike Rock with his massive beat-bashing playlists.