Gilette alert!

It is short, but sweet, oh so sweet! The two younglings are killing it in a slightly similar vein, but seeing Austyn back to his Mach 2 beautifully crafted lines self just make us happy…

Franz, Roman, Auguste and Augustin

Here are some some news fromf our little Parisian scene: Augustin Giovanonni, the famous Augustin, has given us today a new short edit. I think it's useless to tell you what happens when you put Roman Gonzalez next to a ledge, or simply Auguste bouznad in contact with a board. And when did you saw a Casper flip as well executed than Franz Grimm’s one for the last time? Me personally it's been a while.

CCD Warriors!

Trois CCD is the brainchild of that one Nozbone employee consisting in boiling hot parisian VX-1000, handled in due form. An initiative to follow as skateboarding-wise, the man is friends with some rippers comprising the likes of Kristian WesthPierre SubraAmbroise Fardel, the ever-so-impeccable Graham Thoms, the ever-so-young Yann Garin, the ever-so-Lucas Languasco Lucas Languasco, the ever-so-present Simon PerrottetHugo CorbinAdrien Chabiron and César Dubroca. The  urban landscape of the City of Lights is utilized to its fullest potential, and so are Jimmy's three see-see-dee's, capturing everything with a dynamism that translates all the way over and into the funny editing. Keep your eyes on them guys!

Tech alert!

One could dissert around the fact that Brian Peacock, despite his sino-american roots, represents a sort of bound to happen fusion of both French Tech© and Brazilian Tech© where impeccable technique is balanced with unaltered smoothness… Sure, he does love to make things more complicated than you or I, that's the least you could say, but does so with coolness that makes for visual candy and not jerky flip/spazz outs!

Oh, one should also note how Lucas Puig, in one whistle and one gesture of thankfulness, reminds us all show the real boss is!

“qu’est ce que vous faites c’est bien!”

The team haze Wheels had already shown us how demolishing the spots in Milan was easy for them, and here they are back in France. In short a little more than Victor Campillo, or Morgan Katomba, who this time play at home. Add two three pirouettes of Ruben Spelta and we get a video of the most friendly.

Teddie!

Teddie is not just the first name of London O.G. and Long Live South Bank activist Greg Conroy's most recent offspring (congratulations again!); it doubles up as the title for George Toland's new full-length, filmed for Greg's collective: Serious Adult over the span of eleven months, from November 2017 to October 2018, when it got exported just in time for the latest edition of the constantly expanding (and bubbling) Vladimir Film Festival. The lads did send it hard, and not just on local turf either  as they also got footage whilst on trips to Marseille (France), Zaragoza (Spain) and Pula (Croatia). By no means a stranger to the VX-1000 by now, George's filming is incredible, and only sublimed by contributions from Rémi Luciani, Chris Williams and Luke Herb (when Tom Delion was in charge of the Super 8). "Teddie" hits like a brick you'd splatter over upon catching a London sidewalk crack, and is packed with a solid roster of stylers dominating some improvised playgrounds of quite the unpractical type with incredible ease!

Tom Delion, Jack Soden, Sebastian Lemus and Darwin all have individual sections, when the rest of the video is riddled with friendly appearances by Greg Conroy, Max Critchlow, George Booth-Cole, Chris Garcia, Lewis Bell, Graham Davies, Harry Turner, C.J. Sewell Gayle, Jorge de Torres, Sam Earl, Mikey Prentice, Joe Coward, Elliott Wright, Chris Mann, Tommy May, Glen Fox, Ryan Cunningham, Luka Pinto, Louis Woodhead, Myles Shankie, Sam Bunton and Will Stradling. A green tea-fueled, streets-infused explosive mix!

Down, down, down…

This is bound to escalate quickly, all the while going downhill... The brand new GX-1000 full-length video is now online! Farewell VX, hello HD is the first shock of many to come, mostly induced by the terrific hill bombs down the steepest streets of San Francisco is the crew is well duly renowned for. Every ingredient inherent to the series is present: the confused bystanders, the creative tricks on untouched spots, the full speed slams, the car accidents, the interactions and spotters at most every intersection. A couple of years after their original full-length, then "Adrenaline Junkie" last year, the recipe still comes through, timeless as it is; or when landing your trick is just the start of the most enthralling bad trip!

Monday blu

So, how do you start off a rainy week the best possible way!? Well, by celebrating the concrete pouring obsessed "development" of the most beautiful places in the world, by drilling swimming pools and water parks there… With the La Dolce Vita crew, off course! Without them, it sure would look a lot less fun! But, frankly, how insane is that spot, seriously!?

At two hundred and forty two percent

These days we are far from idle on the side of 242 skatehop. For many of us, Jordan Queijo’s part is still on our heads, and now they are giving us a great dose of Swiss banger with Simon Perrottet. With him you know what to expect, pop, beautiful lines, and especially cleanliness, a lot! 

Javi!

Javier Sarmiento's name should at least be recognized by whoever claiming to be a skateboarder nowadays, as the man is a renowned street tech pioneer who's been pushing his art ever since the nineties. Strong of smooth style, impeccable switch prowess and some of the most beautiful flip tricks ever delivered (his switch 360 flip is especially timeless), Javier used to skate for Powell, then The Firm with Matt Beach, éS at its heyday and currently represents Sk8Mafia Skateboards. He's been a longtime Barcelona resident and this compilation of lost footage dating as far back as 2000 can only attest of that fact; the ledges get graced by a classic style and the clips from a tape only recovered recently, eighteen years after its use, making for just another display of Javier's timelessness!

Bigger Spin / EP 010 - Ludovic Azémar

You're probably used to how it works by now, for every new episode of the French Big Spin podcast coming out, LIVE Skateboard Media drops the Bigger Spin, its complementary article packed with links and images aplenty, pertaining to the latest guest's words. And in this case, said new guest just so happens to be the Paris-based filmmaker Ludovic Azémar, and he's the author of videos that have most likely caught your attention before. Even if you can't grasp the spoken word in French, feel welcome to use this page and still flow through whatever it is Ludo has to say!

Kleppan alert!

What to say, really!? Well, it really is just Karsten just doing his thing on a board, isn't it!?

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