Sunday, June 20, 2021

Tilt Mode and Tom Penny on éS. June 20, 2021. Mostly Skateboarding Podcast

This week, Templeton Elliott, Jason From Frozen in Carbonite, and Patrick Kigongo are talking about The Oral History Of The Tilt Mode Army and Tom Penny's return to éS. Listen here and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Man Down
Wieger's enjoi ad
Jerry Hsu's Wheels Of Fortune from 411VM #20
Emerica MJ1
Emerica MJ2
Marc Johnson Pro Files from 411Vm #20
etnies Sal 23
éS Muska
Flip Sorry
PJ Ladd in PJ Ladd's Wonderful Horrible Life
Tom Penny in Menikmati
Bastian's Free Skate Mag interview

This week, Jason is stoked on Venture Trucks, Brian Reid part for Grand Collection, CALL OF DUTY Cold War/Warzone Season 4, and his Activision ID is carbonite10101#5160632.
Patrick is stoked on Juneteenth, seeing his parents, Spitfire wheels. Patrick is sad for Scotland losing its opening Euro match, but HYPED for La France beating Germany, and terrified of Italy. Music: Prince Jammy 32 Bit Chip.
Templeton is stoked on Kevin Wilkins' recovery and his 15-year wedding anniversary.

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

1 comment:

Justin said...

Tilt Mode was a breath of fresh air and carried on the spirit of the BMC after Tim Brauch passed away. Didn't Big Brother stumble across an in-house memo from Transworld about how TWS wanted to portray skateboarding around this time? Like handrails, sunny skies, progression, etc. I believe BB ran their own version of the memo saying they would continue to promote their friends and silly business. Tilt Mode was clearly aligned with this approach to skateboarding.

MJ1s were the Phelps shoe. I hate to promote my own research, but here's the link:

Edward Sebastian had a few of the Maple guys, like Chad Knight, on the team. I thought their ads were a little better designed than a lot of other companies.

This is from Skateboarder's 15 Things about Sorry from 2003 and gives you an idea of how little Tom was in the US:

The last trick filmed, just days before the May 21, 2002 premiere, was Tom Penny’s line at the Belmont ledges in Long Beach.

It took the Sorry premier to bring Tom Penny back to the United States after leaving the country six years earlier. He only stayed for two weeks.