Ahh, Parisian suburbs… A rarely tapped in potential –out of laziness as much as fear, let's be honest– despite having offered the city many a talent over the decades! This edit is celebrating them, and fact is skating is top-notch while managing to use actually good French Trap. No, really… This will get you pumped for the upcoming triptych
This young man file just got a lot thicker, with could go down in history as "the tallest line ever", followed by the perfect switch frontside heel… That could almost make us forget that Rodrigo still is at the very top of his game, or that (our favourite) Kyron just joined the team. All this being treated with a ghost town vibe in a metroplis can be a bit eerie at times.
Well, here is the perfect follow-up to the "Safe" part and Marc-A Barbier 's interview, since he manages some cool featurings in this super Londonian edit… From Kyron Davis to Korahn Gayle, pretty much all sides of Oh So British skate styles are well represented, here. Oh, and one should spot that promising young man that goes by the name of Gillet.
This one almost slipped throuh the cracks, and it would have been a real shame, considering what Kyron Davis is giving us here: that great mix of that Brit tech on unsafe spots that we know him for, but stepped up a notch, here! Real good stuff from him, but also his mates…
The classic spots, the other ones hidden in back alleys, the old timers, the fresh faces, the locs and the tourists: they all here! Paris, Berlin and London are three cities more than rich in character, and this is what the De Paris Yearbook crew has been pushing on us for a couple years now, and their latest video production is in the direct logic of this editorial line. But, let's not forget that De Paris, Aus Berlin and Of London are –before all– books you will be more than happy to find on your shelves in a few years!
And, here's your dose of red bricks beautifully turned green by moss and time… Always a good start for your day, especially when it displays one Kyron Davis at home and at his best, like with that 2' 15" line, or that other one at 2' 38". Once again Grey proves its good taste, notably with what might be the best use of "spontaneous street singing" since the Virtual Reality credits.