Sunday, October 09, 2022

Crushing It. October 9, 2022. Mostly Skateboarding Podcast.

This week, Templeton Elliott, Mike Munzenrider, and Jason From Frozen in Carbonite are taking the whole episode to discuss Polar's new video, Sounds Like You Guys Are Crushing It. Listen here and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

City Stars Street Cinema
Chris Livingston in Next Generation
Sirius by The Alan Parsons Project
Shin Sanbongi's recent adidas part
Filip Almquist (not Suciu) at Pyramid Ledges
Mayor Ted Wheeler's Emile tweet
Clint Walker's Dubai roof skating
Manhattan Days, Polar in New York
Walker Ryan's SOTY tweet

This week, Jason is stoked on Venture Trucks, MLB Wild Card Weekend, Always Was Always Will Be, and __lost_in_paradise___ on Instagram.
Mike is stoked on 90's movies, specifically Bad Influence, NBA Preseason, and autumn biking.
Templeton is stoked on his new Instagram account, Mostly.Collage.

1 comment:

Justin said...

I thought Nick Boserio and Emile Laurent were the standouts. The video reminded me of Hokus Pokus with how guys had parts, but then kept popping up throughout the production. Nick and Emile were the 2022 version of Kien Lieu and John Reeves.

"I like it here inside my mind" is my favorite of the Polar collection. It's got the right mix of arty and nostalgia with a ripping team and good music. I watched it right at the same time as a friend's father had passed away and it was this comforting thing to view at that moment. That's kind of a strange association, but that's part of what I think of with it.

I've ridden nearly only Polar boards the last nine years so it's cool to see the faces with the decks. Aaron Herrington, Paul Grund, and Dane Brady are the three that most often have a board in my preferred size so they're my favorites. Roman Gonzales and Jamie Platt are cool, too.

I think Andrew Wilson is off and has been for a while. I don't think I've heard of Ben Lawrie.

I dug the Salba cameo. Completely unexpected.

Most of the H-Street bands were locals and friends or on small labels. I feel a bunch of their stuff has been released in the years since via Bandcamp or whatever.

Dane had a couple of brief interviews in Transworld. He was kind of vague and didn't say much.

WWF used that song back in the 1980s, too.