“I guess we’ll never know where BMCC gets us…”

June 25th, 2012 | 9:14 am | Daily News | 3 Comments

Slicky Boy met Eric Koston this past weekend, so there’s that.

The new Bronze / Flipmode video, 56K premieres at Wreck Room in Brooklyn (940 Flushing Avenue, off the Morgan L stop) this Friday, at 10 P.M. Flyer & more info here. According to an anonymous QS commentor, the premiere will soon be followed by a release of the past three videos on a DVD disc. Who said DVDs were dead?

To get all the events out of the way — Black Dave is opening up for Chief Keef at S.O.B’s (Varrick & West Houston Street) tonight. Flyer here. Doors open at 7:30, show at 9. Age 16+, so you can cool with your young’ns. Tickets are $20.

Watch what “throwaway” footage from Lucas Puig and Mark Suciu looks like. Apparently, there are still a bunch of kids out there today who think they have a chance of going pro. Good luck with that.

Gravis has a new clip out with a minute of unseen Jake Johnson footage from the past year or so. Lots of gnarly, middle-of-nowhere midwestern spots. “Perfect trick selection, pants improving” — Ted Barrow. Ripped Laces has a post detailing the sketchiness of the bank to rail in Yonkers he backside 5050s.

E.J. with another Super 8 lifestyle-y summer in New York clip.

Here’s Zered Bassett’s second commercial for his UXA guest board release.

$$$ is a New York-based video with a bunch of young kids ripping around the city. Teaser here. It has a couple of really sick lines down the double-sixes at FedEx.

Lots of tie-dye and a Quim-ish backside 180. Speaking of #tiedyestylez…

This is the Satori wheels commercial from EST 2. Cool spots, and a nineties Stereo video vibe, except a bit more hippie-er.

Get well soon, Derrick Rose.

Quote of the Week:


Eddy Curry won a NBA championship. Don’t bother going to work or school today.

3 Comments

Comment by clayton
  • the Satori wheels clip is sick

    June 25, 2012 @ 10:53 am
  • Comment by Adrian
  • all black shoes make pants look odd.

    June 26, 2012 @ 2:51 pm
  • Comment by clayton
  • just a bit of advice for Black Dave – in the future, you might want to just put your name with the other artists (the artists listed under hosted by:.. & music by:..)

    The NYC Subway inspired logo is chill, but your name ends up getting visually lost on this flyer – because it looks like just another one of the party sponsors’ logos (which people tend to ignore/gloss over)

    June 26, 2012 @ 6:46 pm
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