Andrew Reynolds

B. B. Kings

For this Sunday's brunch, it's one savant cocktail of savors that awaits you right now under the form of this edit by legendary N.Y.C. skate filmmaker R.B. Umali (yes, the one behind "MIXTAPE" for a golden-era Zoo York, amongst many other works). As its title suggests, we're talking a retrospective of footage collected throughout the decades and video productions, nowhere but at the mythical skate spot of Brooklyn Banks. One that just so happens to be under quite the imminent threat of destruction, by the way - a decision one can still help oppose via this petition right here. Anyway, in the silly hypothesis that such a landmark would need a video resume of sorts to certify its cultural importance to the masses, then this one would have to be it, featuring a who's who of some of the most classic East Coast styles and pretty much a compilation of the most memorable moves and moments ever spent on those bricks. Just look at that roster!

Ode to Rowan

So, young Rowan is turning pro, and this video is glorifying this fact, but in that raw and sincere way Baker has got us used to. (Almost) everybody else got tricks, Reynolds still got it and this gives us the occasion to listen to "Lou Reed's " Street Hassle" in its entirety.

Hecho en Mexico!

Just for Leo Romero's line at 2' 30", this would be worth clicking! Plus, the Mexico City spots always make you forget about the grey streets you call home…

Raw Andrew…

What to say, what to say?

Bang bang

Bake and Destroy might not be officially out with the newest issue of Thrasher, but you have all seen it, and watched so many time the pixels are hurting. At least, for parts of it.
And at Quartersnacks, they have been doing the same, only they got that thing where they HAVE to add their grain of salt… They can’t help it! Therefore, here is the remix of all things Boss in the video, with a couple clips from the homies, sewn together with ignorant rap.

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