Photo via Peter Sutherland
Start your day off right.
The 2003 magazine is now available. It includes a Quartersnacks feature with Zered Basset about the Vicious Cycle house, which was blocks from Ground Zero in the years after 9/11, and what it was like living/skating down there. We also released a hat with 2003, based on the QS Block Party tee from earlier this year. You can buy the two as a bundle, or individually ;) [Related: The skate feature from 1991.]
The Alltimers Jenkem mix by DJ Shrimp C is now live. Run your bands up.
“Yeet” is the new mini vid from Blue Couch. Features a pretty wide swath of spots around the city, a ton of night footage, and some #very #interesting line choreography at the park on 27th and 2nd Avenue. Also the back tail fakie on the fat flatrail on Water Street was really chill. Generic skate house song idk.
Are backside 360s where both feet kinda leave the board the #new #thing?
The Rios Crew went to Belgrade. I think I got anxiety watching it because of the song and the night footage where you can barely see anything else.
The Bunt has a new pod with Canadian legend, Russ Milligan. This part is still perfect.
Well, this plaza certainly looks fucking insane.
Andrew Wilson, Max Palmer, Mango and Aaron Herrington went on a Korea trip with Carhartt W.I.P., and reminded me to re-watch this old clip Conor Prunty made of Max Palmer’s first time in Korea [with John Choi] :)
Boil the Ocean on the Brian Anderson Vice Sports documentary and non-snitching sentiments being embedded within the skateboard industry. Actually had no idea Wes put Smolik on blast like that either, but shout out to 1998. What a cool year.
Everyone of a certain age holds a special place for Scott Kane in their hearts because of his Bootleg 3000 part. The “Free Lunch” series caught up with him to hear some stories from the Bootleg days :) “Man, you got that flick.”
Someone made a three-song/five-minute Kevin Bradley remix video.
2013 Q.S.S.O.T.Y. Leo Gutman crashes a quinceañera on a boat and skates Chelsea park with a disposable camera for Vice’s “First Person Shooter” series.
Aaron Herrington recreated Anthony Pappalardo’s needle-thread ollie at Blubba.
Josh Davis did a mini profile on Thrasher and Phelps for Hypebeast. I love Rihanna.
“Street Urchins 9” is a new iPhone clip from the summer full of streetside psychos.
Quote of the Week: “We were supposed to make way more money, but we spent it all on limousines.” — Phil Lavoie
Happy birthday Dre. (It was yesterday tho…)