We all know the solution to a long, hard week is a hit from our favorite glass piece – that’s why we’re glad that LA’s White Fang wrote a song about it, appropriately titled “Bong Rip.” The self-described purveyors of “chunk rock” doubled down on the style so hard, that they decided to name their new record on Burger Records, Chunks. Full of thick guitar riffs and plenty of hesher humor, the album rocks, as does this video for “Bong Rip,” directed by Workaholics star Kyle Newacheck.
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We caught up with Rome Ramirez to hear about Sublime with Rome’s first release in years – their latest EP, Tangerine Skies.
The joy of smoking weed in freedom is something money can’t buy.
Singer-songwriter Devendra Banhart discusses his latest album, trust being more powerful than love, and accessing unknown languages via plant medicine.
An old cartoon showing airport customs finding pot in Paul McCartney’s luggage was an episode highlight.