Sunday, August 15, 2021

Consent Is Rad and Uma Video. August 15, 2021. Mostly Skateboarding Podcast

This week, Templeton Elliott, Patrick Kigongo, and Jason From Frozen In Carbonite are joined by Dr Indigo Willing to talk about Consent Is Rad and Uma's new video Punch A Hole In The Sky. Listen here and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Skate agent Yulin Oliver's profile
etnies Album
etnies High 5

This week, Dr Indigo Willing is stoked on birthday board choices from Spinifex, Apache Skateboards, Colonialism Skateboarding (especially Joe Buffalo), or There Skateboards, reading articles by the #SkateTwitter family, and seeing Breana Geering on the cover of Thrasher.
Patrick is stoked on Spitfire Wheels, Kevin Bradley Nike Commercial, Last Resort shoes, Episode 15 of Skating Is Hard podcast “Shoe Pant Check” featuring a bunch of the younger folks from #skatetwitter Johnny, Tempest, Jay, Rose, Owen, Brooklyn, Sean, Isaiah, and Pablo; and Kyle Beachy’s new book The Most Fun Thing.
Templeton is stoked on hyper-local skateboarding.

Find Consent Is Rad on Instagram @consent_is_rad.
Find Dr. Indigo Willing on Instagram @goodwillinghunting and on Twitter @
Find Jason on Twitter @carbonite1994, on Instagram @frozenincarbonite, on XBox Live
@carbonite10101, 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...

That's a solid observation on how skateboarding is reflective of mainstream society. It definitely applies to a bunch from the 90s and early 00s and what was deemed acceptable based on the some of the norms at the time. Of course, it's easier to see what was inappropriate with the benefit of both wisdom and hindsight than in the moment.

I dug the UMA video. I thought they deftly navigated the difficult waters of using a skater's own band for the music. Evan's tunes fit the video perfectly. I see the company as an ongoing part of Thomas Campbell's artistic vision.

John Gardner is the TM at DC so I imagine everybody is on the same cosmic wavelength.

I bought the Album DVD. I think I've watched it once.

A fun fact about the Alien Workshop section in Cinematographer Project is that photos from the video ran in a tour article in Thrasher.