Sign In:

×

Last Step!

Please enter your public display name and a secure password.

Plan to post in the forums? Change your default forum handle here!

×
×

TGR’s Almost Ablaze Soundtrack - Soundcheck

The stoke is high in the TGR office right now. Our new film Almost Ablaze just won IF3's "Film of the Year" in the Pro Division and the new guy, Nick McNutt also won "Rookie of the Year". To celebrate we are dropping the official TGR's Almost Ablaze Soundtrack as a Spotify playlist. Be sure to check out TGR's Almost Ablaze on tour this fall. Enjoy!

Intro to Angel Collinson “Dawn Red” Performed by Etto Green

Angel Collinson “One” Performed by Yamantaka // Sonic Titan

Light Dose (Sage) “Deer-Ree-Shee” Performed by The Black Angels

Jackson Hole “No Sugar In My Coffee” Performed by Caught A Ghost

Tim Durtschi "Say My Name (Featuring Zyra)” Performed by ODESZA

Italy Part 1 “Tumbling Dice” Performed by The Rolling Stones

Italy Part 2 “S4” Performed by Breton

Mt. Moran “Armida” Performed By Lust For Youth

Revelstoke Part 1 “Faded” (ODESZA Remix) Performed by Zhu

Dane Tudor “Everybody Knows” Performed by Iska Dhaaf

Bosnia “Alarm” Performed by Wise Blood

Intro to France “Memories That You Call” Performed by ODESZA

La Grave “Outta My Mind” Performed by STRNGRS

Sage & Dana “Shruggy Ji” Performed by Red Baraat

Nick McNutt “Take Me To Church” Performed by Hozier

Selkirk Tangiers “ifuckingloveyou” Performed by Big Black Delta

Credits “North Side Gal” Performed by JD McPherson

Spotify Link here.

From The Column: Soundcheck

Play
READ THE STORY
Why Humility is So Important In Backcountry Skiing
Up Next Culture

Why Humility is So Important In Backcountry Skiing

Why Humility is So Important In Backcountry Skiing

There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that avalanches are terrifying. They are one of the purest demonstrations of Mother Nature’s immense, uncontrollable power—and unfortunately, more and more often, they are claiming the lives of people that we love. For the average person, news of a deadly avalanche might congest your newsfeed, but passes on in a few days. For the loved ones of the victims, however, this is never the case, the memory of the life lost will always remain.   RELATED: 8 Things I

Play
READ THE STORY
Looking for Powder? The Sierra and PNW Will Score Multiple Feet This Week
Up Next Ski

Looking for Powder? The Sierra and PNW Will Score Multiple Feet This Week

Looking for Powder? The Sierra and PNW Will Score Multiple Feet This Week

The west has featured decent high elevation snow this season, with spots like Jackson Hole and Grand Targhee having solid snow coverage, but in general, the early season hasn't been great to the western U.S. In fact, if you were to compare the annual snowfall at Squaw (80 inches YTD) versus Jay Peak in Vermont (185 inches YTD) you might think you were living in an opposite reality.  But, fear not, all you West Coast skers and snowboarders, because the flood gates should open this week

Play
READ THE STORY
How Sego Ski Co. is Taking Over the Ski World
Up Next Culture

How Sego Ski Co. is Taking Over the Ski World

How Sego Ski Co. is Taking Over the Ski World

Four years ago, Peter Wells came to his brother with an idea: “Let’s start a ski company.” They wrote a business plan, got the money together and put the pedal to the metal. “It takes time to build a brand and get our store out there, and for people to accept a new brand,” Tim Wells told TGR. “But we’re doing it.” The ski industry is changing, and Sego Ski Co. is ready to take advantage of it. Sego is poised for wild growth in a changing industry: In just four seasons they’ve gone from