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Plant In The Desert

Magenta Skateboards audiovisually announces the all-Australian inclusion of both Casey Foley and Morgan Campbell amongst their ranks by the means of one more gem by Josh Roberts, of "DOMINGO" video series fame, here handling camera and editing duties. Everything was filmed in Melbourne over the course of several two-hour sessions, as the local lockdown regulations would allow, and - in spite of such a knackered context - together with some more friendly blokes.

In the past, LIVE already interviewed Morgan here regarding his visual arts project: "DEJA GLU", and also shared "ABOUT NINE", one more brillant Josh Roberts production, in between many other appearances over the years...

And for more Magenta, make sure not to miss the crew's latest Tenerife holiday edit: "SANTA CRUISE DE MAGENTA", by Andréa Dupré this time, originally published by our brethern at Solo Skate Mag!

Expansions

The legacy of video productions courtesy of Australian brand Butter Goods only leads one to expect la crème de la crème with every new edit of theirs and this one: "EXPANSIONS", holds up to our fanciest expectations in terms of quality and then some - again. This time, Quentin Guthrie and Ethan de Lacy are the pilots of the Sony VX-1000 (in between the capturing of analog atmosphere shots that eventually complement the skating very well), Italy is where it all went down, and one is granted the delight of lots of new Casey Foley footage, most notably; that's in between the likes of the ever-so-efficient Ben Gore and Philly Santosuosso, and even a pristine-looking Morgan Campbelltwenty-one years after Misled Youth!

Buttery mixtape!

At Butter Goods, they do things proper, we know it, and if you had that this edit is a sort of Best-Of remixed by Josh Roberts, we already real street lines will be queen, and us viewers fulfilled!

Like butter!

Kiwis meet roastbeefs would be the least politically (and technically, even) correct possible, but oh-so-(anti-)gastronomic alternative title for this new amazing web clip from our Australian friends over at Buttergoods, who recently had a lot on their plate as they went to the UK and all they came back with was this not-lousy-whatsoever "Spoons": an impeccable edit of raw street skating bound to deliver enough weight to quench even the worst brick craving. Even the locals get to shine, the VX work is masterful and the editing flows super well, interestingly reminiscinent of another brand from Australia, the renowned Pass-Port. I guess you guys just might have good taste in general down under!

A brave new world…

Where, in 2017, the skateboarding world dives even deeper into the 90's revival thing, by reaching the disputable territories of, well, Tribal House… But with the excellent Josh Roberts behind the lens, and the equally talented crew of Butter Goods in front of it, it works! Really. Really works. One will note a brilliant Ben Gore, here, as well as the arrival of the ever surprising Mike Arnold… Yep, this rules.

Rythm!

They have it in their blood, at Butter Goods, no doubt! Every single one of their edits is on point, just as the team… This one is in the same vein, with a Ben Gore killing it softly as usual, and a  Philly Santosuosso capable of transforming Barcelona in just a couple occurrences of his always on point pop!

Irie

At Butter Goods, they got good taste, and it translates in the choice of their representatives on wheels: just on point! Gore is perfect with his lines on the sides of the hills where you can feel the smallest mistake would hurt, Santosuosso always deliver and about every trick stomped by Alex Campbell seems to cry out loud: "Respect my authoritah!" Damn, this is a very generous week, so far, when it comes to street skating you actually want to watch!

Da goods!

You might remember Josh Roberts from such films as Domingo, The Perfect Amount of Lazy and recently Crossing The Perth Dimension, well, he is back, with a solid quarter of an hour of some of our favorite Australians, such as Morgan Campbell, for the local brand Butter Goods.

Charles' tip: Howard's Groove

"Did we miss out on that one, or this just came out? Many great things here, including Barry Mansfield, the very first Charles' Tip in the history of Live Skateboard Media." Always on point, Charles, and yep, we did not see that new Josh Roberts production coming, shame on us! Great job from his part, as expected!

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