Matisse Banc

The French Banger

And what was to meant to happen did happen. After "French Diplomacy", and more recently "Plus belle la Hy" Matisse Banc hits us with an amazing solo part, filmed by Julio Sola. Powerful, precise, watching him it seems like nothing can scare him. Not the number of steps he flies over, not the length, shape, or inclination of the rail on which he will launch, nothing seems to hold him back. An unfailing commitment, a skateboard without an ounce of hesitation and we won’t forget a fairly advanced mastery of the back smith.

"Plus Belle La HY" / PREMIERE

If you regularly read LIVE Skateboard Media or just follow the French underground skate scene in general, then you should be familiar with the entity or at least the name HY Skate BagLIVE even interviewed Paul Austin about the brand and its previous video offering "Par HY", a few months back. "Plus Belle La HY" is - you guessed it - the title of their newest one, featuring Constantin Delmas, Fred Plocque-Santos, Pierre Leze, Pako Pion, Matt Débauché, Antoine Roussel, Léo Cholet, Florian Merten, PJ Chapuis, Victor Cascarigny, Matisse Banc, Nassim Lachab, Ben Raitano, Victor Campillo, Leezola and Paul himself (small roster...), hereby documented on a week-long skate holiday to Marseille. And just as it sounds like we could all use this type of sun ray sometime, the aforementioned Paul Himself decide to contribute to the warmth by chiming in!

LA FRENCH TECH

So! The guys from Blaze are in a hell of a shape. Thirty days of skateboarding between Lyon, Marseille and Paris were enough for them to film French Diplomacy. Matisse Banc, spectacular as usual, took care of the bangers, while the entire team imposed itself as true ledge killers with combinations always more and more technical.

UNEMPLOYED / "Avance l'Arrière" / PREMIERE

The jobless (really?) accomplices of d'Unemployed Skate Co., more usually specialized in the production of colorful grip tape, recently went off on a tangent in the general direction of Algeria, a destination just as exotic as their art direction which in turn led them to meet new souls (most often intrigued by this breath of fresh air from the North, on wheels), and touch practically unskated spots. Despite being under supervision the whole time, they still managed to sneak two broken VX's into the country then leave it with full tapes! Their new edit is called "Avance L'arrière", a title Brian Bunting of Unemployed was happy to explain below, besides many more things because no, he didn't escape the 5W's treatment!

Hellgeria

The web release of Hellgeria, a tour edit in Algeria featuring the Unemployed roster, is just around the corner now. As a sign of warning, the guys behind the aforementioned griptape brand (sticking to the French scene remarkably well) are just now sharing this trailer with us; a summary of the epileptic chaos their journey was, which will for sure make a few of you wonder what exactly is to come, and leave you inspired to see more - not just talking skating!

Meanwhile, in Marseille…

… Spring is here, and those lazy ass skateboarders at Unemployed have all the time in the world to make the best out of it! Leading by example!?

Par-Hy-sians!

Yesterday, we were presenting the Hy crew, while premiering, as a LIVE exclusive, their latest video offering, by Julien Dellion, with a soundtrack by Matias Elichabehere, filmed during a recent Paris visit. The edit now free to share, and you should show around. People should dig it!

"Par Hy" / PREMIERE

It was only a matter of time before a brand such as HySkateBag rose from the willpower of a Bordeaux skate crew somehow really interested in providing the world with quality, Paris-made skate pouches yes, but not just that: their new video "PAR_HY", by Julien Dellion, just premiered in the French capital and now, LIVE Skateboard Media is presenting it to you alongside a quick interview with co-founder Paul Austin.

Chômistes

The Marseille homies of Unemployed puts us right back into the vacation mood, with their recent trip to Barcelona. Not sure how much rest they did get, though. Not so much it appears, from all the ripping we can see them doing here! Good stuff, we tell you!

For the brothers

With everything coming out of Marseille these days, one could states that the new generation has finally admitted that their city will never be one known for its plaza, but is rather a gold mine for hard to skate little gems scattered around, as proves this nice edit, dedicated to a friend gone too early…

The A side!

We were recently proposed the Unemployed version, but here is the official version of this trip to Marseille the French Emerica team just took, including here all the hammers, and more! On will note the powerful Matisse, and enjoy our very own PJ in fine form!

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