Sunday, May 19, 2024

Hejtor and Listener Questions. May 19, 2024. Mostly Skateboarding Podcast. May 19, 2024

This week, Patrick Kigongo, Mike Munzenrider, and Jason From Frozen in Carbonite are talking about Heitor De Silva's new part, Hejtor and taking listener questions. Listen here and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Vice Versa Love, the Austin Bristow project with Heitor
Nike Air Humara shoes
Kareem Campbell in 20 Shot Sequence
Virtual Reality

This week, Jason is stoked on Venture Trucks, J.P. Souza’s Tropical Flavor part, Nike’s Futura Dunk Edit, and the Mets win.
Mike is stoked on Sturdy by Pete Spooner, going to Portland to meet Templeton and skate with a bunch of people and then see Belle and Sebastian for the second time this month, and the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Patrick is stoked on Spitfire Wheels, The Knicks, meeting Desus Nice, the new Heitor adidas, Genesis’s Victorian Mansion, Quasi's Psychic Fracture, Lolla: The Story of Lollapalooza coming on 5/21, and Sturdy.

1 comment:

Justin said...

I now understand the title of Heitor's video. I figured he was in a grey area with Palace due to the shaped boards. I thought I saw an Anti-Hero in there.

I started keeping a record of the videos I watch and what the music was. My note for this was:

"Bunch of mellow Euro techno. Fine, unremarkable, but fine."

I think to teach style, you have to provide an overview of all the styles, both good and bad. You can't learn what's good without an awareness of what is bad.

I also hoard Shorty's hardware. I might have to restock.

I tend to prefer The Gav's part.

The first Mike Carrolls and Socas were great.

Pontus Alv has an absurdly good 360 flip. Gonz doing switch 360 flips in Real To Reel.

917 used Duster. I think the cool thing about 917 was how open Alex Olson was about the process of learning how to do a company. It might have been a little lackluster overall, but his team introduced some important new faces to the skateboard world.