A promo for uknow came out this week. The video features a heavy line up of MN shredders from the East Metro (ie, St. Paul). Whatever the project, if the names Grady Moquin and Corey Millett are involved, you can guarantee that we're backing it.
The new Palace video Endless Bummer is incredible. It features one of the best flatground switch FS shove-its we've seen to date (check the 5 minute mark) and contains the closest thing we will ever have to a full part from one of the most stylish dudes to ever shred, Benny Fairfax (almost a full 60 seconds!). Nevertheless, we're hyped on whatever we get from Benny.
Another minute long part from a a very stylish skater. Gilbert Crockett's legs are so bowed it is unreal. Also, this clip confirmed our suspicions that the dude is meant to skate to some slack jawed music. Check this for a previous example.
Tyshawn Jones is on Adidas. An am-centric video titled New Stripes is slated to debut on 9/22 and will feature Na-kel Smith, Miles Silva and Tyshawn. Judging by the Instagram clips promoting it, this video is going to be nuts.
Footage from an unannounced Chocolate demo surfaced on Youtube and features skating from Jerry Hsu, Justin Eldridge, Sean Malto and Marc Johnson, all likely on their way to New York for a very serious slappy session.
Smooth operator David Clark has some rad moves in the teaser for an upcoming video called Threads.
2014 has been a year filled with classic punk rock collaborations for Supreme, so it's fitting that a Raymond Pettibon x Supreme collection dropped this week.
Speaking of Supreme, are we ever going to see a full-scale release of these? Please?
And lastly, a Canadian did a trick with a weird name down a rail with a name everybody knows. See above.