This new short documentary gives a behind the scenes look at how the 2x Grammy nominated band CODE ORANGE have been redefining the at home live music experience and how this crew from Pittsburgh have navigated this unprecedented pandemic. It looks at their DIY approach and unrivaled work ethic over the past year, breaking down everything from how they run their merch business to how they created their successful Twitch broadcasts.
Comment Santa Cruz Skateboards: “Today we get a look behind the scenes at how two time Grammy nominated band, Code Orange, redefined the at home live music experience and how a group of people from Pittsburgh have navigated this unprecedented pandemic. As we expand upon our Screaming Vlog series to focus on artists, musicians and creators of all kinds, we hope that this video and the Code Orange ethic can inspire you to take that next step and go for it. Make the zine, do the painting, start the company and pick up the instrument. The fact is, this world is here for the taking and Code Orange is showing us all that with hard work, dedication and and out with the old in with the new attitude, anything is possible. Down we go.”
Santa Cruz Skateboards, located in Santa Cruz California, was established in 1973 by then owners, Richard Novak, Doug Haut and Jay Shuirman who founded NHS Inc. Santa Cruz Skateboards has long been revered as one of the original skateboard companies that has not only survived over the years, but contributed to the innovation and modernization of skateboards and skateboarding. From the beginning, ‘TIL THE END.
Santa Cruz Skateboards Team: Blake Johnson, Emmanuel Guzman, Eric Dressen, Erick Winkowski, Fabiana Delfino, Henry Gartland, Jake Wooten, Jereme Knibbs, Justin Sommer, Kevin Braun, Maurio McCoy, Steve Alba, Tom Asta, Tom Knox, Tom Remillard, & Yndiara Asp.