The awesome video out of the dirty south "CUNTRY" is now on Youtube. If you never got a chance to check it out, now it just got a little easier to do so. Go check it out:
Jacob Harris is back with another video showcasing the London scene. Featuring all your usual suspects like Chris Jones, Tom Knox, Nick jensen etc... (Pretty much the Isle team) These guys make Atlantic Drift a must see.
Danny Renaud and his new project "Dirts Win" just released their first promo on the interwebs. Featuring the full cast dirts from Danny, Fred Gall the way to Mike Mancini, aka Dango, this new edit will not let down any fan of the Miami scene, Westside Skate Shop, old Habitat or Joe Perrin videos. Click below to check it out.
Our friends over at Studio Skateboards in Canada just released their full length video "Elan Vital". Choc full of ripping by some long time rippers like Russ Milligan as well as some unbelievable talent like that of little known Zander Mitchell, it's a rad and refreshing glimpse into the little seen world of Canuck skateboarding.
Also, our favorite midwesterner and Theories fam shredder, Brett Weinstein has an awesome full part. So click below to check it out!
Push Periodical have been digging in the crates and have uncovered Don Brider’s rad 1993 UK scene video ‘Carry On Cabby’, featuring Tom Penny, Geoff Rowley, Alex Moul, Rune Glifberg and many more.
Some of this footage resurfaced in the (Unnofficial) First Flip Video, some was used in Videolog 1 and other bits you won’t have seen before – either way, this is a proper insight into the early 90s UK scene.
Sponsor Monster interviewed James Coleman about the flow life...
"There seems to be an epidemic of kids asking for “flow”, i guess thinking its an easier form of sponsorship, or that brands just give stuff out for free at will to all who ask. To set the record straight, I’ve decided to interview the self proclaimed “FLOWfessional” James Coleman. The hardest working flow rider in all of skateboarding. Read more."
Hopps rider Keith Denley has been one of our favorites for years, it's also quite apparent we're not alone in thinking this. Unfortunately, Keith hasn't blessed us with that full part yet, so Quartersnacks did the next best thing and rounded up a "Best Of" edit of some classic Keith footy. Enjoy.
I don't know much about this crew or the video maker responsible for capturing and putting the piece together, Sirus F Gahan, but I like the resulting edit.
Check out "Tulip" below. A short little edit from the UK featuring some rippers and dynamic filming/editing.
This rad new feature on the French website "Maelstrom Magazine" tells the store of the original music behind the amazing Spirit Quest video. Check it out below and listen to the hour long mix they made for the article.