Beer Bar, 2003. Photo by Daniel Eric Weiss.
Quartersnacks turns eleven years old today. Thank you everyone for the love throughout this now decade-plus. We’ll try not to blow it, at least for a few more years ;) Quotes over the Years posts — Part 1, part 2, part 3.
Call Me 917 has been teasing quick bits of footage from a recent midwest trip for their upcoming collaboration with Nike SB: one here and one there. The full thing supposed to drop on September 17th. And if you’re a person afraid of holding objects with printed words on them, someone on Slap scanned the Thrasher article about the trip.
“Do you like skating in New York?” “Not really.” #respect, me either tbh. Andrew Allen interviewed Aidan Mackey for Heaps Chat.
Byrdgang 2, the new one from the QS office’s favorite adolescent skateboard crew, is now live to remind all of us what skateboarding here in high school felt like.
Uploaded Max’s Sure part to YouTube just because.
It’s like a Goldfish reunion! Mike Carroll at the Santa Monica Courthouse.
Pretty sure this part is actually from the new Heroin video (could be wrong), but this Nick Michel “Losing Come Up Tour” part has a heavy focus on New York-based rock spots, including the blunt pop-in at Battery Park City from last week’s #QSTOP10.
Varial flip up, varial flip on flat, and varial flip down is is one of the more subversive moments for recent line choreography at the Chase two-up-five-down steps.
With early-2000s nostalgia still running high a la low-def noseslide tricks and the ressurection of the Pace Ledge, maybe kickflip shiftys are due for a comeback?
Switch back lip down Blubba and thirty more seconds of new Yaje footage.
Free Skate Mag interviewed Aesthetics Ryde or Die alumnus, Joey Pepper.
Who ever thought product description beef could be so interesting?
It feels like there have been five of these but oh well. Another Huf T.F. West jam clip.
Damn, Future is still pissed at Ciara? Has anyone ever rhymed “Soho” with something besides “Manolo?” Also, isn’t Ape Shit like a year late?
Quote of the Week: “Dude, weddings are so sick.” — Charles Rivard