Marcos Lozano Cantillo

"STILL KICKIN'" / SNT Crew / PREMIERE

LIVE's Barcelona - Sants plaza, to be dead accurate - connection Marcos Lozano Cantillo is hitting the Internet just as hard as his homies have D.I.Y.'d the heck out of the aforementioned skate spot last summer, today, with "STILL KICKIN'", a new, punch VX-1000 edit from the SNT Crew that testifies to how directly and strongly the scene has adapted to an era where the famous tables are now relegated onto the list of endangered species.

Comprising footage of Tony López, D.I.Y. savant already strong of the Bobilly project and Marcos Gómez, of Feel Skateboarding.

Barcelona mi Amor

It appears to be "TRANSFERS" season in Barcelona as decided and entitled by Mr. Amor; we're not exactly talking the local soccer boss there, but his Alex-prefaced homologue, the one whose actions are supported by the terrain work of VX-1000 and overall fine taste defender Marcos Lozano Cantillo (whose productions LIVE hasn't been without showcasing before). Without being extravagant about it, on the field, Alex sports the colors of Adidas and Element, partnerships he's acquired over the course of a career founded on sheer street practice - sometimes in rough conditions, sometimes on Spanish or Chinese, marble-smooth grounds - a title he's displaying the merits of right here, under the form of this new clip filmed over the past year-and-a-half, sharply curated and meticulously cured by his aforementioned technical assistant and also by Axel Serrat, who issued a corresponding zine as his press report (rare, sought-after items only available straight from the manufacturers and collectors). Alex Amor's game is deep, with fluid technique and heat only sublimed by the effervescent rumble of the stadium.

Roots Skateshop set up a big screen broadcast of the game last month already - in the meantime, there is no doubt that Sants' most wanted crew has been working on more, so stay tuned!

Sants' finest

SNT4EVER is the crew of skaters who persist skating Sants, the legendary Barcelona plaza once home to those universally-renowned, angular granite benches, now long gone but only in favor of new marbles ledges - we're talking Barcelona, after all. Them guys frequently drop online videos, and this new one is a web part for local ledge wizard J.M. Martin, filmed throughout Spain and even all the way to China over the span of three years by VX-1000 chomper Marcos Lozano Cantillo. LIVE would recommend following whatever it is that they get themselves into and eventually produce, as they are quite the effervescent type, even as far as entrepreneurship is concerned (see bonus clip, below for proof of professionalism).

 

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