Kneepads. Photo via Science Versus Life’s Instagram.
Thank you to everyone who purchased something from the webstore last week. We should be wrapping up with shipping orders next two days. If you haven’t received a shipping notification by Wednesday [to the email you ordered with], feel free to shoot us a message. Still some stuff left on there, and as always, at your local skate shop.
The Cell Jawn #25 hammer heard around the world, in loop form.
“Nobody’s Alley” might be the best LurkNYC video to date. Still with the VHS cam and a majority of footage in midtown and lower Manhattan. Although varial flips have been the “coming back” for half-a-decade now, between the ones in this video and Antoine’s in the Dime Vid, they might have entered a new dimension of 21st century form.
On the opposite end of the spectrum to the Helas camp, but just as crucial to the current #moment for Frenchmen in skateboarding, the new Blobys mini video is also maybe their best yet. Even better than an Instagram comp! :)
Quick review on the Adidas video via Monster Childrens. (Spoilers.)
There it is: the first warm weather clip to “One Dance.”
Todd Taylor’s The Graduate video is a good time, and also has a Philly Santosuosso part at the 7:25 mark.
New part from J.B. Gillett in the second half of this #mallgrabvideo section, and a good batch of new footage of Jesus in this Barcelona montage.
Something heartwarming about seeing Beer Bar footage in a 2016 skateboard video. Zach Moore’s Transplants part is now live, with a second-to-last trick at the place we wasted substantial early teenage years at :'(
Kerry Getz talks first boards, first sponsors, and first kickflip down the Love Gap.
Mini part via Joel Meinholz for Bones Bearings to some Miles Davis.
This might be months old “news,” considering that with a heightened Columbus Circle bust, midtown motivation has been tough without some semblance of a safe bet, but the C-list midtown chain and pillar spot across from the Lipstick Building is no more.
QS Sports of the Week: This billionaire’s facial expression is basically the only visual you need to sum up Steph’s season.
Quote of the Week: “Why did you rent us Bam’s house?” — Pryce Holmes
Our bud Shrimp C up in Montreal recently started up a radio show on n10.as. Second episode below. Good listen if you’re in the mood for some raps.