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Eric Nguyen, whose talents - Sony VX-1000 in hand - no longer need an introduction (or if they do, then feel free to check out his past productions here), is back with "SLOPES": just short of eight minutes filmed in between his Texas home and San Francisco that honor both Select Skateshop and the Black Lives Matter movement (represented by several organizations whose respective websites are linked to in the YouTube description of the edit). There, one gets to see the usual suspects again - including Ben Havran and Kyle Cielencki to name just two out of many more, but also some of the kings of the Bay Area hills: Ben GoreRyan BarlowChris Athans and even Magenta Japanese flow rider Futoshi Tokuyama - who, from the looks of it, was really set on making the most of his S.F. vacation! Also worth mentioning: the appearance of a certain Fred Gall...

Eric's productivity being particularly upbeat, it can even exceed our workflow at LIVE sometimes - therefore we strongly encourage you to check out his YouTube channel to catch up with his recent activity - and more edits such as "CURFEW", for instance!

Head Lamp

No LIVE regular should need an introduction to Texas-based filmmaker Eric Nguyen anymore by now - the man is just as prolific as gifted with the Sony VX-1000, we've interviewed him before and due to their quality, it's only natural that his successive works (oftentimes associated to local skateshop Selectconsequently punctuate our news feed.

Today, his new montage "HEAD LAMP" is looking bright under many an aspect, and it's a rough dozen of homies whose feats are getting peppered here in there onto its progression. Worth remarking, Ben Havran is still killing the game, without a pause and that's since the recent release of an epic part in the latest Select skateshop tenth anniversary video.

And this same day, the same Ben Havran happens to be delivering even more footage in the new web clip courtesy of Steve Fletch's company LIVE has introduced you to before, too: Dead On Arrival, alongside a bunch of other familiar heads. Eric seems to be just as ubiquitous, doubling up with a contributor to this one's timeline as well... Mere coincidence, or organized crime? Up for you to decide.

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