This week we start off with living legends De La Soul. Check out their new album and tour documentary here. Ethan Sprague speaks on his career documenting the players and the ballers of New York. Finally we take a look at “London’s Party People”, as some poor photographer from Time Out stays up all night ‘partying’ in East London.

This Saturday marks the first drop of the latest collaboration between Japanese brand Wtaps and Vans’ Vault line. This first release consists of three snakeskin era’s, built from premium materials and featuring subtle Wtaps branding throughout. The pack will release in-store and online at 11am Saturday 27th August.


August 23rd, 2016

SEX Skateboards Window

To mark the introduction of SEX Skateboards to the store we thought best to announce it in a subtle, understated way. We think we did a good job…


This week DJ Shadow runs through his most life changing tunes, the Stranger Things withdrawals are real but check out how they made their titles, and Frank Ocean actually releases something…a 45 minute visual album.

This week we start off with a slightly different view point of the Olympics compered to the majority of the populous. We discover a 52 min long Wu-Tang freestyle from deep within Tim Westwood’s vault. Finally we have a interview with Living Ledge Ed Templeton about his new Photo-book; Make Up Girls.


August 10th, 2016

Perks & Mini AW16 Lookbook

Melbourne’s finest Perks & Mini drop the latest visuals for their forthcoming AW16 collection, shot on location at Berlin Community Radio and featuring Laurel Halo, Palms Trax & much more. Coming to Goodhood imminently!





So this week is basically what we’ve all been up to for the past few weeks. If you’ve finished Stranger Things and don’t know what to do with your self this mix will make you reminisce on what a good time you had staying in every night for the past week and watching it. Next up, if you haven’t watched Action Bronson watch Ancient Aliens do that first here, then this article will explain why the hell they did it. And finally another banging edit from the Palace Boys. Congrats to Rory on going pro…he modelled a lookbook for us once (here).

This week we start of with a look into The George Cox Factory and their upcoming Comme collaboration. We Discover Kenvin McCoubrey’s extensive skate desk collection. And finally we have an interview with Silas, Owner of Soulland about their new collaboration with Nike sb and Koston. Which will be arriving at goodhood in the coming months.