The 2018 Quartersnacks Cup Recap

April 19th, 2018 | 12:25 pm | Video & Remixes | No Comments

Photo by Colin Sussingham

Below is the recap from Saturday’s first-ever Quartersnacks Cup presented by Nike SB. The premise was simple: take over the BMX track that everyone sees while skating over the Williamsburg Bridge bike path, bracket up sixteen friends in head-to-head races, and watch it unfold from there. (Each after the initial eight got longer, and through more parts of the track.)

We tried to finagle somewhat of a Best Trick contest after, but between the race and the fact everyone was out late the night before for Max and Aidan’s going pro party, agility wasn’t on everyone’s side.

Edit by Max Hull. See everyone next year ;)

Bobby Worrest 777LSD Remix

April 10th, 2018 | 8:33 am | Video & Remixes | 1 Comment

When Bobby’s QS part dropped back in 2014, there was a background current about how “Bobby and Migos doesn’t make sense” (no doubt from guys who pester teenagers’ montage music selections on YouTube.) Somehow, he exists in people’s minds as this Kool Keith evangelist, due to his obvs great Right Foot Forward song.

The joke is on them though — because when I originally asked him about what song he wanted to skate to for it, he told me Wiz Khalifa’s then-buzzing, “We Dem Boyz.”

No, this remix isn’t to retreat back on him skating to 2014’s Song of the Summer contender. We even resisted the more literal route of editing it to something from 2017’s most underrated album, which just so happens to be from the DMV area (kinda ABD, tho we used the most obvious song off it.) Nah, this one is for another lesser known side of Bob. We dedicate this QS remix to Bobby Worrest: Ladies Man ♥

Alternate YouTube Link

Related: Bobby Worrest for Quartersnacks

The Official 2017 S.O.T.Y. Alternate Reality Remix

February 28th, 2018 | 8:48 am | Video & Remixes | 14 Comments

The time? December 2017. The place? The buzzing hallways of the Quartersnacks office — editors scrambling to determine which 25 events from the past year impacted New York life the most. The off-hand topic? S.O.T.Y. Our take? Well, it had to be between Enrique Lorenzo on High Grade Steroids x5, or the sleeper contender in America’s sweetheart. The reality? Thrasher gave it to the big boy.

No disrespect — but he took third place of most discussed around the QS water cooler, some 3,000 miles from Thrasher‘s H.Q.

We took the concept of Boil the Ocean’s most ambitious bizzaro world S.O.T.Y. post a few steps further. In a year where Time gave its “Person of the Year” honors to a group rather than an individual, we propose an alternate reality for 2017’s skater of the year.

Shout out to Dana Ericson for help on the graphics, and Diego Meek on the dubbing ♥

Web Premiere — Daniel Kim’s Stop Fakin’ 3 Part

February 6th, 2018 | 1:02 pm | Video & Remixes | 2 Comments

“A few years ago, Daniel started showing up to Pulaski without his board, just to stare into the sun for hours on end. After a few months of this, he announced Stingwater.” — Smalls

After the release of Belly of the Beast, Allan Danze retired from skateboard filmmaking (because he was beginning to GRoE: Getting Ready tO Evolve.)

After the release of Spirit Quest, Colin Read retired from skateboard filmmaking (because, you probably suspected, he was beginning to GRoE.)

And as you may also already know, Stop Fakin’ 3 will be Smalls’ final video.

He is about to GRoE into a new chapter of life. Daniel was merely a brief spiritual guide on this vast journey.

GRoE-th is not for everybody. Daniel will be the first to tell you that people will misconstrue you GRoEing into convenient categories that their brains can easily process. Here is his four-limbed part from Stop Fakin’ 3, for all of those ready to evolve. You can purchase the Stop Fakin’ trilogy here.

It stings the face.

Related: Daniel Kim’s 2016 Q.S.S.O.T.Y. Interview

Web Premiere — John Francomacaro’s ‘N.Y. Archive’ Part

January 30th, 2018 | 10:14 am | Video & Remixes | 3 Comments

Photo by Colin Sussingham

“In between getting busted on KTV’s (R.I.P.) rooftop, punching a taxi cab driver right in the face for disrespecting his woman, and auditioning for lead roles in action-thriller films, Franco found a way to put together a very speshal™ video part in John Valenti’s new offering, N.Y. Archive. Almost three years in the making, the groewth within this timeline is apparent. All of Franco’s outfits are sick. The looks range from a troubled and misguided low-ranking Italian mobster, to a successful businessman and father who works on Wall Street — his statements become more powerful with each clip.” — Vert God A.K.A. Daniel Kim

N.Y. Archive is a new video from John Valenti, whose last full length was 2015’s Local Express. The video should be available soon, but until then, here’s Franco’s section, and Transworld has you covered for the ender part.

Previously: Franco’s part in BSA’s Whole Bitch video