In celebration of the release of our brand new collection, Cools Records II, we’ve acquired the services of one of the pioneers of new-age house music to help us let off some steam with our crew.
TUNESLoad up on more tunes
Home grown homies, Bag Raiders join us for the second edition of our friskiest mixtape series to date.
Feel Good Vibes
Baby Making Music
B.ROLLSCheck out more B.Rolls
Short skirts and party shirts – our friend Jana knows how to catch an eye.
Laura is worth waking up for.
Come for a trip down memory lane.
THREADSCheck out more style
Broadcasting to you from the foreshores of California to the rooftops of New York City.
Life’s too short to blend into a bland backdrop.
When’s the last time you got layered?
THE COME DOWNCheck out more party galleries
3 years old and going strong.
We got spooky below sea level
Partying on a school night? Shit yeah! Sydney Uni’s St Pauls College know how to throw a party…. nay. A Festival! Go Freek, Cools Club […]
Motez – the king of basslines that make you go ‘awwww shiitttt’. We caught up with him for a chinwag and to find out 10 of his favourite tunes.
We all love nodding our heads, tapping our feet, shaking our hips or doing whatever we do when the odd ‘banger’ comes full-pelt at us. Someone who is no stranger to launching these said ‘bangers’ in to oblivion is L D R U.
Our boy Jackson, he smiles more than anyone we know, he also surfs more than anyone we know. There must be a connection there somewhere.
FIVE TO MAKE YOU FROTHFroth some more
Beers – some would describe them as the lifeblood of Barney Cools.
A simple thing is the schnitzel, but with so many places nailing it in Sydney, we’ve shortlisted our five favourites. Schnit yeah!
When there’s swell we surf, when there’s snow we ski, or board, or go to the slopes, stay indoors and throw Schnapps down like it’s water. Here’s our five favourite southern hemisphere ski resorts.
RANDOM RADNESSB.More Rad
From waves to raves, boozing to snoozing and everything in between.
Three years old ~ Time flies!
It was nicknamed ‘Hell in the Pacific’ in the 1700’s by troublemakers who found themselves caught up in the penal system, we can assure you that these days this couldn’t be further from the truth.