Murilo's tip: Ruexistencia!

"This is a promo for "Ruexistencia", a video by my friend Renato Riguetti from Rio de Janeiro. Raw street and good song. Maybe in December, the full video is ready. P.S: Renato is from a family of street clowns and work in the trains too." Effectively, one can feel the raw vibes with a carioca flavor, and a soundtrack that could remind you of the Sabotage productions. This should help you cope with the rain.

Giddy #5

A new episode of Romain Batard's Parisian adventures, only this time fewer skaters are featured. Oh, and what could end up the early grab of the year 2017!

Val Bauer "En Transit"

From his recent integration to Paccbet, a board brand located quite East of his native city of Lille, to a quasi super-activity of his Öctagon buddies and a solid take on street skating while never shying away from a little quirky take on it, we always have Val in our sights but for the good reasons. All his recent activity gives us the occasion of helping you find out a little more about this fine young man, via a new LIVE production, signed by Blake Myers, with a custom soundtrack done by Thom Pringle. The video drops with an "En Transit" zine that will be available in a selection of French skateshops. A project supported by Vans.

Meeting… Val Bauer!

Taking a logical next step, we present you here Val's lengthy version of his "En Transit" interview…

Hjalte alert!

At Frog, they love Hjalte so much they just gave him a guest board… But, we love Hjalte too, and you love Hjalte too, don't you!?  The main difference is they get to skate all around NYC with him, which transcribes in endless smiles and beautiful lines…

Sebba's tip: "Bondel"!

"Guillaume Berthet, apart from being one of the most talented skaters in Geneva, uses the camera as well as the editing tools… He just got his nurse diploma, and has just dropped this edit that mixes both raw street and high level skating." Well spotted, mister Bartoloni! We love those OG 2000 guys!

 

Trip out…

Talk about killing it… The Adidas team is know for its ability to adapt to about any terrain, with class, but this trip to Japan allows us to realize how far skateboarding has gone into something amazing to watch territories. And, in the end, just like in football, Germany wins. Well, in our case, Dennis does!

Spanish Tech© 2.0.

Where young Juan Virues takes the torch taken high (in pop) and far (in tech) by its elders that got famous for it, or not, to give us his very own version of it, in a less "plaza" take, going for the more rough grounds way… And one can only rejoice watching him doing it, and therefore writing another chapter of the rich history of Spanish street skating…

Dutch Pop

The Pop homies strike back with two new secret weapons: a young and talented Yeelen Moens, and a most likely not so young anymore but talented (well…) nonetheless Frank Boeijen for their soundtrack! And let's be honest, you might not be ready for it… Not the skating, uh, we speak about the song… Well, you tell us what you make of it!

Nonni, da best-of!

At least of his favorite moments of 2017, from République to Praha, with his homies and new friends made on the road… Augustin is LIVE, we tell ya'!

Meanwhile, in Toronto…

Where two of the crews we discus the most –the Swiss O.G. 2000 and the Canadian Club Gear, make for the best collabo one could have dream of: them just skating them streets together!

"The Sound of Success"

In the port of Amsterdam, there is one hell of a gang that goes under one of the best crew moniker in the world… And they just released a full video, full of great skaters (including many a Pop homie) and of the weird spots we dig, mainly made of red or grey bricks or slabs of many sizes. They also have adopted that Glen Fox fellow which takes here the opportunity to drop one of his best parts so far, including quite the handful of hammers in there… This should put you in the right mood for the week-end!

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