Sunday, June 06, 2021

Constant and Kevin Bileu. June 6, 2021. Mostly Skateboarding Podcast

This week, Jason From Frozen in Carbonite, Patrick Kigongo, and Mike Munzenrider are talking about Nike SB's new video, Constant and Kevin Bileu's new part for DGK. Listen here and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Kenny Reed in 7 Year Glitch
Terminal from Chicago's Deep Dish
Butter Goods pants
Jason's QS article comparing the Sixers to the Sabotage crew

This week, Patrick is stoked on Spitfire Wheels, sad about the Knicks but stoked on France beating Wales 3-0 without breaking a sweat. Shout out to my B team in European Football, Scotland. Stoked on a new series by Free Skateboard Magazine called The American Dream. Stoked on 1-year anniversary of The Black List.
Mike is stoked on a nutty NYT Mag story by Sam Anderson about Durant and the Brooklyn Nets.
Jason is stoked on Venture Trucks, “Club Dragon”,  Who Leg,  and being sober for 2 months.

Find Jason on Twitter @carbonite1994, on Instagram @frozenincarbonite, on Clubhouse @carbonite1994, and writing for Quartersnacks.
Find Patrick on Twitter @ColonelKSpeaks and on Instagram @PKigongo.
Find Mike on Twitter @mmunzenrider and on Instagram @mmunzenrider.
Find Templeton on Twitter @MostlySkate and on Instagram @mostlyskateboarding.


Andrew said...

Constant is what happens when you dont have Jason Hernandez and no art direction. At least we can rewatch a GT street part.

Unknown said...

I always love your outro music. Who had this episodes track?

Templeton said...

The outro music usually references back to something we talked about on the episode. This week was Shuggie Otis - Strawberry Letter 23 which was Kenny Reed's song in 7 Year Glitch.

Justin said...

I always get my Thrashers before the first of the month. It makes time go too fast. I know that they are High Speed Productions, but slow it down.

I agree on a lack of titles in videos. Especially since it so easy to do now, unlike in the old days of Video Toaster. Although I'm not sure there is any benefit to remembering the name of some dude who had four tricks in a montage section of a wheel company video from twenty years ago. It probably doesn't actually hurt to know that though.

Props to Jason.