Izaak Ashley

Pea and Ham

A.k.a. "Odran's tip" (remember "JUST ON TIME"?), "PEA AND HAM" is an australian skate movie by Charlie McGowan, someone Odran coincidentally met due to the former living just above the latter's workplace. The product transcends the typical skate video codes under many an aspect, its approach being resolvedly contemplative - marking an instance of well-utilized H.D. towards the crafting of an original and particular universe wrapped up around the tricks. An effort in coherence that was pushed as far as into the soundtrack, homemade by the featured skateboarders at the service of what really is pretty remarkable production quality for an independent video. Holla'd at, Charlie recounts:

"A little about the film - "PEA AND HAM" is a skate video featuring Melbourne spots during the Covid lockdowns between 2020-2022. At many times, the streets were basically empty due to isolation restrictions.

The film features an array of electronic music created by guys featuring in the film and other friends. These people are Riley HolmesRyley BarryIzaak AshleyMax Wrangles and Aidan Doherty.

The titles were made by Tom Woodman and the filming and editing was all done myself!" - Charlie McGowan

 

Plant In The Desert

Magenta Skateboards audiovisually announces the all-Australian inclusion of both Casey Foley and Morgan Campbell amongst their ranks by the means of one more gem by Josh Roberts, of "DOMINGO" video series fame, here handling camera and editing duties. Everything was filmed in Melbourne over the course of several two-hour sessions, as the local lockdown regulations would allow, and - in spite of such a knackered context - together with some more friendly blokes.

In the past, LIVE already interviewed Morgan here regarding his visual arts project: "DEJA GLU", and also shared "ABOUT NINE", one more brillant Josh Roberts production, in between many other appearances over the years...

And for more Magenta, make sure not to miss the crew's latest Tenerife holiday edit: "SANTA CRUISE DE MAGENTA", by Andréa Dupré this time, originally published by our brethern at Solo Skate Mag!

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