Sunday, October 02, 2022

IG Subscriptions and Two Week's Of News. October 2, 2022. Mostly Skateboarding Podcast.

This week, Mike Munzenrider, Patrick Kigongo, and Jason From Frozen In Carbonite are talking about Instagram subscriptions and everything else that's happened in skateboarding over the last two weeks. Listen here and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Kader Sylla on Instagram
Carlos Ribeiro on Instagram
Ed Templeton Day In The Life
Lakai The Flare
House Of Pain - Jump Around
Rage Against The Machine - Freedom
Cons Purple
Bobby DeKeyzer and Tristan Funkhouser's TWS Interview
Mica Levi
Micachu and the Shapes

This week, Jason is stoked on Venture Trucks, Leonardo Bodelazzi’s Leozinho part, “Spoilage” a Philly edit by Carson Reuther, and the Mets/Braves series this weekend.
Mike is stoked on sleeping weather and Central Board Shop in Wausau, WI.
Patrick is stoked on Spitfire Wheels - Spitfire x Adidas Tyshawns, Cleveland, OH, “LA Song,” by Deconstruction (Eric Avery and Dave Navarro’s 1996 post-Jane’s Addiction project on American Recordings), his 4th Wedding Anniversary, his 8th Anniversary of living in LA, Aaron Judge, Stillwater, MN’s Nicole Hause turning pro, and Shana Tova to all those who celebrated Rosh Hashanah earlier this week.

1 comment:

Justin said...

Raven Tershy is supposedly selling his Instagram account, which had been set to private. Not content, but you can buy the thing and post away as far as I know.

The Flare came out on DVD in 2017. It's a decent enough video.

OG Tom Knox still has boards on Santa Cruz. He was on Sonic, too. He had an odd letter to the editor beef with the industry in the mid 90s.

I think I'm over all things Baker, although I maybe still like Deathwish. Make of that what you will.

Bobby De Keyzer is cool. I think he's really into photography. He's mentioned a couple of artists that he likes and I'm impressed. I don't follow him anywhere so I don't know for sure other than what I've read in interviews. I don't get how he skates in those Converse. I know Chuck Taylors are a footwear classic, but I think they are ugly.

House Of Pain and whatever solo projects they have spawned is just awful.

I organize my t-shirts by color in my closet. I didn't realize Ed did it, too. It makes it so much easier to pick out what to wear.