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It’s easy to take the behind-the-scenes guys for granted. You see a flyer or a facebook event that appeals to you, go the venue, pay the cover, start swilling beer, and bang your head. Chances are you base your opinion of a show on the bands (or if you’re snarky,

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Today I watched the new Skate Rock Thrasher video, and all I can say is that it is FUCKING INSANE! It was filmed in Mexico at one of the craziest concrete creations in the universe, Skate Rock. This park seems like it was designed and created by Dali’s ghost –

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One of my favorite skate brands as a kid that wasn’t from Cali was Texas’ ZORLAC! Not only did they have gnarly skaters such as Craig Johnson, but Pushead was their in-house artist. Check out this kick ass video: ZORLAC’s Zero the Hero, which also features a pretty rocking soundtrack…Everything is BIGGER and

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Ian Reid is a photographer, videographer, skater and human that I have mad respect for! As I have said before, Sex, Hood, Skate & Videotape is one of the sickest skate films ever made!!!! He has just teamed up with his homies over at Girl Skateboards for a collabo that features

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Gnarly Skating, Rad Music (mostly), Crazy Stunts, Human Blood and Bad Jokes are all of the things you look for in a skate video. Well, the new video from CREATURE Skateboards entitled “KILL! SKATEBOARDING! Hitz’s Larb Vomit: Part 1 &Part 2” is fucking spot on for all the above reasons – now

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The children of the 70’s that roamed Venice beach became the teenagers of the 80’s that found Hardcore Punk, Hip Hop, Break Dancing  and Gang Culture. Two things that we never let go of were skateboarding and surfing, because they were in our blood. It’s hard to separate the Z-boys from the Dogtown

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