Electric Ray!

Depending on your age, you might not be aware that for many years, Ray was without a doubt the classiest man in the world, and some could –truthfully so– argue that he still is! A crown he had first won from un undeniable yet totally cool class on board, then little by little showed us more facets of his creative side, notably via his music, primarily with a funky-er than you guitar style. But, watch him here concentrate on a new toy! You are in for a trip, a mind expending one!

Tiara for Computer is now available!

Big Spin / Bertrand Soubrier

A nice additional information on the Haze edit that came out this morning: M'sieur Bebzou, as he is fondly called by most! This guy has been around, for a long time now, and pretty much skated with about everyone and their cousin. He's got the stories, now, dou got the French chops to boot!?

Primavera

The good people of French wheels company Haze just went to Milan! You guessed it, they did spend some quality time at Centrale, as one should, but did way more than that! The locs showed them around their city and they got to handpick a nice selection of rarely seen before spots… Guess what they ended up doing on those!?

Brazilian meanders

Brazilian meanders is exactly what you're up for right now, by the means of the new and last part of Murilo Romão's visual triptych of skate films. The ending punctuation of a series also comprising "Flanantes" and "Situacionistas" chronogically, "Deambulações" delivers as far as your recommended daily dose of urban exploration paired up with modern poetry.

Gimme five!

"Look, ma', no hand!" Oh wait, yes hand, yes hands actually, and yes feet too… All in good spirits too, as always, when we speak about  Romain Batard!

Magnus alert!

After our week dedicated to his case, you most likely were already believers, but this fine young gentleman confirms all expectations by stealing the show from a rather heavy squad, including Dennis and Daewon!

Bigger Spin / EP 003 - Marca Barbier

Marc-Alexandre is a compromise between two possibilities: Marc or Alexandre? Eventually, everything will come together under the moniker of Marc-A, or Marca for short. We've been keeping an eye on the twenty-year-old for a bit; he is dedicated, nice, creative, baggy-sportin' as to better highlight that 99.4% of his skate shoes - ever - have been Stefan Janoskis. Here's a quick pictural display of the young man's subjects of choice as tackled on his recent appearance on the Big Spin.

"Salvage Title" / PREMIERE

It took Brett Nichols - a great skate filmmaker himself - to make us aware of this crew's ondoings, and we're so thankful he did as their new clip, "Salvage Title", just perspires authenticity. Skateboarding in small towns is certainly not as practical as in big cities; not to say that's a bad thing at all, though, as in turn, restraint most often breeds creativity, encouraging one to figure out some kind of approach of their own to even consider some of the spots they have to make do with. Wes Allen, Trevor Murphy and their filmers, while geographically close to the timeless mecca of skateboarding a comfortably-sized San Francisco is renowned to be, appear to be drawn not just to such considerations but also their materialization, as this new clip proves they enjoy exploring off the beaten tracks, regularly scouting around smaller villages in the sole order to skate on mostly untouched terrain, as though to add more colors to their palette of choice to play around with. No rideable corner is safe! LIVE Skateboard Media just caught up with Wes in order to talk losing houses in the fire, acrework, and giant shorts.

Aquatic Spirit

A "Spirit Quest" section is bound to always have the same impact at first watch: first one gets confused by the frenetic pictures their eyes are resting on. Then, everything gradually becomes coherent and in the end, culminates as a sum that's incredibly pleasant to watch. And if this video looks like no other, it’s due to Colin Read's mind brimming with creativity, behind the lens. Everything is precisely thought out, and designed to hit hard thanks to a combo of filming, editing and spot selection taken to new heights. The resulting piece is so inspiring, just watching it could spark off vocations!

Static power

Ben Gore’s part from Josh Stewart's notorious « Static IV » 2014 full-length (double!) epic just went live! Filmed between San Francisco and New York City by Josh Stewart, Ryan Garshell and Zach Chamberlin. Two minutes of beautiful images captured on sixteen millimeter film and mini-DV tape, speed aplenty, clean maneuvers: everything one needs in order to feel like asking for some more!

Sweet Armonía...

After Kyle "Slinky" Cielencki's recentlyEric Nguyen is now releasing a new part from his latest full-length video for the Houston-based Select Skateshop: La Armonía. So here is Trung Nguyen doing crazy tricks at interesting spots... A very impressive part; and even moreso knowing that he is mostly renowned as a filmer. Makes you think twice!

Allo!?

A new wheels company? Sure, why not…  With that line-up, well, hell, yeah, count us in! That first edit got it all right, so it's looking good for Dial Tone!

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