Jason Spivey

PREMIERE / "Hot Plate" / Marshall Nicholson

It is no less than six years that Marshall Nicholson spent restlessly working on his second independent, full-length skate video (after "FEED YOUR HEAD", and shorter clips such as "JIVE"): "HOT PLATE", a few parts from which had already found their respective ways online before - notably via Theories of Atlantis and Vague Skate Mag. Talking Theories, they are still hosting this interview with Marshall by Mike Wine where the approach for, and process behind the piece were discussed in length; Vague, on their end, had Dom Henry take over the interrogation room, which resulted in even more commentary from the author.

Now, Marshall is a full-time father and still undertaking new projects, be it video-wise or not as he's also been busy managing Palms Skateshop; and yet in spite of such an intense schedule, today, he's delivering and serving us the full "HOT PLATE" - now watchable in one shot fired from Fort Myers, Florida but also, by extension, N.Y.C., Baltimore, Chattanooga and Tokyo. A whole universal story wrapped up within exactly forty-two VX-1000-driven minutes; Douglas Adams himself never was this correct at estimating the meaning of life.

Brick Brothers

The friends section of the recent Politic video is obviously heavy on Jersey neighbours, Quim Cardona included, and therefore in red bricks spots, also… Yep, it has quite the similarities with our very own North.


Do not miss this, everything here is top-notch, from the skating to spots, and including the whole look and feel of it!

Domepiece: da B-side ya need!

You have loved Headcleaner? Well, the crew is back with an optional edit, and more or less the complete casting! Rejoice!

Spivey alert, round two!

Jason Spivey, you know it, we have mentioned him to you many a times… Well, he is turning pro for Politic, and this part in Headcleaner illustrates quite well the how and why… Including his ability to roll over any kind of ground!

Spivey alert!

So, this trip from the always on point Politic heads could easily be filed under "Renaud alert" or "Caddo alert", but let's use it to salute the fact that Jason Spivey officially enters our "watch out for this guy" group with, for the old timers amongst us, some Anthony Correa air, and not just for bun reasons…

Derm alert!

Young Derm had taken our collective heart by surprise a few months ago: king of the "non-spots" and of the unpredictable trick, he repeats the performance with unexpected moves where you would not want to skate, at about every clip in here. Also, add a solid back up from the whole Politic crew, and Danny Renaud footage that will put a smile on the grumpiest amongst us old men…

Hippy power!

In the ongoing debate about "Should we really relive the 90's?", this Jason Spivey part takes a different angle with a Jane's Addiction soundtrack, and that is nice change. His approach to skateboarding is also refreshing, when he's taking his time in between tricks, or attacks places that are clearly inappropriate for the act of skateboarding. Yep, we like! And if you want to know more about the kid, hit up Jenkem right away!

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