Nate Grzechowiak

Sirens

Hotel Blue is skate videographer Nick Von Werssowetz aka. @lurkNYC's company and its newest offering is "Sirens": eight minutes packed with smooth street skating through the cold spots of N.Y.C., filtered through Nick's vision resulting in a style that's only aging like fine wine and bettering itself since, for instance, "Nobody's Alley". The emerging heads at play here: Nate Grzechowiak gets offered a part consisting in a savant mix of technicity and jazzy, as though to ensure that you actually do eventually remember every letter of his name; Ish Dialo, Charles Deschamps, Kalman Ocheltree, Luca Ettore are more names and styles that pop up for some remarkable maneuvers and - last but not least - Juan Virues gets curtains with another part so impeccable, the man's just got to become one of your favorite skaters after this short film, the soundtrack of which itself is - quite logically - riddled with street sounds and sirens to the point where the viewer can just smell the gutter from their seat.

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