Wahzzievillians Mixtape is a four piece mixtape video featuring footage from Jacksonville, FL, Missouri, Atlanta, and New York. Featuring skateboarding by in particular order: Connor Reilly, Grady Smith, Nico Barrio, Jake Keenan, Kevin Graver, Mike Peterson, Alex Brownley, David Clark, Chris Burns, David Morico, Scott Pouncy, Matt Fink, Andrew Weinstein, Devon Cooper, Kyle Yerdon, Taylor Greenspan, Trent Tarpits, Faruk, Trevor Stevens, Will Watson, Ryan King, Jeremy Fullerton, Backwoods Jimmy, Aaron Terrell.
Rad new Traffic Skateboards edit featuring: Luke Malaney, Brendan Carroll, Kevin Coakley, and Yonnie Cruz, and with appearances by Mark Wetzel, George Hanuschak, Pat Stiener, Hiroki Muraoka, Deshi, and Rich Adler. Video by Joe Bressler
what it [dot] be is an east coast collective of skateboarders, photographers, videographers, writers, and just all-around rad creative-type folks. The [dot] just launched version 02 of their website, and to kick it off they have a really rad Fireside Chat piece with Thailand native and Preduce Pro Geng Jakkarin. Make sure to check out the video below, and when you are finished, head on over to the new what it [dot] be and spend some time checking out all of the east coast goodness.
Evan Smith & CJ Dixon get in a quick sesh at the infamous Flushing Meadows Gap in Queens.
Filmed and Edited by Colin Clark.
Damn…it’s been a long time since there has been any new Steve Brandi footage floating around! Steve is the newest addition to the HOPPS roster, and they would like to welcome him with this smooth clip.
Naysayer Skateboards has some footage of Piro Sierra and Jon Wagner shredding the House of Vans in Brooklyn. Also features some skating from Eby Ghafarian, Brian Clarke and TJ Marshall. Filmed and Edited by TJ Marshall.
what it [dot] be just dropped [dot] lifestyle – Commercial #4. This is the fourth of a total of five commercials promoting the [dot] full-length that should be premiering in the winter of 2012. [dot] lifestyle – Commercial #4 features footage from around Manhattan with Kosuke Kageyama, Jake Lamagno, and Florida homie John Clayton. Make sure to check out what it [dot] be on a regular basis for all of that east coast goodness.
This is the first part of Colin Read’s 561 to NYC. Full-Length DVD and online release are dropping soon…stay tuned to Mandible Claw for all of the updates and info.