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  1. Patsy

    A little who's who of the Theories camp, where personal favorite Brett Weinstein holds it down the way he knows how!
  2. Charles' Tip: Brett Weinstein!

    "Got some news from Chicago and, apparently, Brett is doing good, thanks for him!" A part from Mark Dunning's video, Deep Dish 2.
  3. Rich Dish

    You have enjoyed Brett Weinstein and Matt Nordness parts from Deep Dish 2, here, and you now have the possibility to watch it in full, and it'd be a shame to pass it out: Chicago has been one of those cities that might not always been too visible on the proverbial skate map, but always had a vivid scene and raised many talented skaters. Here is your chance to get an idea on what is happening over there in 2015! Follow all things Deep Dish, here

  4. Studio on fire

    Some news from Quebec' Studio Skateboards, and not just anything! Lately, twelve minutes of pure street skating in Montreal. There are a lot of original spots, and others that we start to know, but they know how to make interesting. And an amazing Zander Mitchell who goes pro by signing what is surely the best part of the video.
  5. Style first

    Obviously when we find Kaue Cossa and Shin Sanbongi together, we can talk about style. It's almost amazing how their two ways of skating contrast but make it incredibly good when put together on a video. On one hand the raw and violent technique, in front of the ease and the fluidity of a real asphalt Surfer. The Chrystie guys definitely have nothing to envy to the others. The proof drop them a few days in Spain and voila !

  6. Seven

    LIVE has brought them up on quite a few occasions beforeDeep Dish is the Chicago-based collective with a knack for independent production, be it in paper or video form. Today, they are back (although they really never left) with "Seven" - not the remake of the David Fincher movie one would understandably expect, but the seventh installment in their video series, which makes at least just as much sense. Given that Mark Dunning, guilty of the video editing tasks as usual, recently had to relocate to the East Coast due to work, the local Jon Schmoldt is the one who came through with stacking most of the Loop tapes - and that was all in between knee injuries. Eventually, the process took a whole pair of years, the final product came out just in time for the seventh anniversary of the first Deep Dish video and zine, Brett Weinstein, CJ Kelly and the always surprising, never-not-playful Steffen Watts earned themselves full sections, Sean Cullen got his revenge and the most gourmet gourmandizers of you might even catch a taste of Hopps in the recipe, as it turns out Jahmal Williams and Dustin Eggeling both did just that - hopped... - on the party.

  7. Max's tip: "MERLOT"

    Max Guyot (interviewed on the topic of his video "BROTHERHOOD" filmed in Nancy and Paris, here) most definitely knows what's up as he was the first to bring "MERLOT" to LIVE's attention - that is, two whole hours before its author could even find the time to e-mail us the link!

    So, this "MERLOT" tastes like forty strong minutes of San Francisco brillance, equally brillantly collected by Ryan Flores featuring, on the other side of the lens, la crème de la crème of the modern local scene: Jameel Douglas (whose Parisian peregrinations you might remember from here) wraps up no less than a part in the pure tradition of the genre, then followed by the likes of Chris Athans, Ryan Barlow, Jesse Narvaez, Tom Farrell, James Sayres, Alex Greemann or Harry Hafner, amongst others, dotting the timeline... Even some classy visitors showed up: Léo VallsConnor KammererJimmy Larkz or César Dubroca too are in, and that's without even counting Tobin Valverde, Kyle Cielencki (to get more familiar with here), Justin Henry, Simon Isaksson, and even renowned filmers such as Zach Chamberlin and Brett Nichols who both broke free from the record button for a minute. And then more, with Evan Collison and finally Cody Rosenthal, who completes an eventual picture that's vibrant of many a color, style and spot (all read with science, those ones).

    "MERLOT" is the result of years worth of skating and filming; it is therefore only logical that its aromas feel so fine and sweet, with a punchy aftertaste to boot!

    So, will you be grabbing that bottle or what?...

  8. Deep Dish "No Respect" / PREMIERE

    You already know the Deep Dish crew, aiming straight from Chicago, that has been putting Chi Town on the map, but not only, as they're never afraid to travel and meet other scenes in include them all in their videos. Mark Dunning and John Schmoldt are already working on their fourth opus, that should be more centered around the Midwest, with Steffen Watts, Brett Weinstein, Matt Nordness, Nico Rizzo and the rest as the main line-up. They are announcing it for spring, and for now are offering us a promo as a LIVE exclusive, that notably sees that famous double bank spot in a parking garage getting murdered!

  9. The ill shit…

    This is not the first time we will praise the Deep Dish heads, and most likely not the last, and once again these guys demonstrate that their city of Chicago is full of treasures –at various levels of rust– but above all else that they know what to do with it , from the ledge combos of Steffen Watts that would make a Paul Shier proud to the always punchy lines of Brett Weinstein. One of the best edits to have dropped on the internets for quite some time now. For real.

  10. Chi-town

    We have been discussing the Chicago case, via the Deep Dish edits, for quite a bit, now, but this time, it is the Theories colleagues that went there to see what all the fuss was about, leaded by the fearless Josh Stewart… Un-surprisingly enough, our local hero, Brett Weinstein, steals the show by demonstrating an inherent ability at tackling shitty spots, usually after getting up from harsh slams. An edit you should, and will, watch over and over through the week-end, and more!

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