Sunday, August 22, 2021

Palace and 25-Year Old-Videos. August 22, 2021. Mostly Skateboarding Podcast.

This week, Templeton Elliott, Patrick Kigongo, and Mike Munzenrider are joined by Noah Johnson to talk about his Palace Profile in GQ and the 25th anniversary of Welcome To Hell, Trilogy, Mouse, and Eastern Exposure III. Listen here and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Rihanna in Palace
Best of PWBC News
Heelflip Bear comparison
Shawn Powers harrassed
Joe Buffalo mentioning Sam Devlin

This week, Noah is stoked on Big shorts, Frankie Heck, Maine, Tennis, Evan Kinori, new music from Low, and tomatoes.
Mike is stoked on the straight 8, Lake Michigan, and his daughter's 5th birthday.
Patrick is stoked on Spitfire Wheels, Venture Trucks, skating at The Turnaround, SPEEDOS, Quartersnacks' Favorite Spot With Dick Rizzo on Grant’s Tomb.
Templeton is stoked on skate content. Jenkem's SkateVideoSite piece, Jenkem's video behind Nike's What If ads, Quartersnacks' Favorite Spot and interview with Dick Rizzo. And also ollieing his bike.

1 comment:

Justin said...

I like all the smack Palace talks in their ads. They also endorse Scott Conklin.

I'd probably pick Welcome To Hell narrowly over Mouse. It'd be close. Although EEIII is probably the best video of the batch. I'm completely over nostalgia for all things Rocco.

Overall, Jamie has made skateboarding better because of his videos, but he sometimes ends up using generic or clich├ęd choices in music. For example, John Rattray skating to The Proclaimers because both are from Scotland. Toy Machine had better music before he got there and then after he left.