Sunday, January 14, 2024

Catching Up And Predictions For 2024. January 14, 2024. Mostly Skateboarding Podcast.

This week, Templeton Elliott, Patrick Kigongo, and Mike Munzenrider are catching up on the last few weeks of skateboarding and making predictions for 2024. Listen here and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Aaron Herrington Hometown part
Smell The River from Cole Navin.
Late NIght Stars The Circle
Blake Norris Full Volume
Erik Penton Sk8 Skates part
REAL Presents Hayley Wilson
Gou Miyagi in Timescan 2
Cody Chapman Scuze Me
Limosine Limo NC
Jeff Cecere's This Is A Window
Jahmir Brown + Jamal Smith Palace Promo
Habitat XXIV
Jenkem's A Mindful Approach To Watching Skate Videos
VF Corp
WSJ Story on VF Corp
Epicly Later'd Nuge

This week, Mike is stoked on fixing his pinky toe with beach walking and the Western Conference-leading Minnesota Timberwolves.
Patrick is stoked on Spitfire Wheels, New Year, January Transfer Window in football, Africa Cup of Nations, the new Habitat video, and the new Ishod 2 shoes from Nike.
Templeton is stoked on writing and working on zines and Monster Children's podcast; Analog To Digital

1 comment:

Justin said...

Alien Workshop and Habitat also handle Fred Gall's Metal, as far as I know. They have to be connected still because Frankie Spears was wearing Habitat shirts in his scream part. I think Alien has had more buzz in round three, if Tum Yeto was round two. I imagine Habitat has a fanbase that hasn't really gone away. I need to watch the video. I guess I still like Habitat, but sometimes their videos are dry.

I'd like to see some new skater owned shoe brands with some good cupsoles.

I guess relaunching the vintage 90s styles didn't exactly work for DC. People were complaining about how expensive the shoes were, which means they probably were not selling.

So many companies across so many industries would probably still be kicking it today if they had kept private instead of willingly selling to investors for more capital.

Honestly that Krux had a team for 30 years is something amazing in itself.

FA feels tired. Maybe they really are indie sleaze. Thanks to the power of social media you can coin a term for an era you missed out well after the fact and it will stick. Hockey looks way better at this point.

I kind of think the late 90s hodgepodge of mall punk/Warped Tour/JNCO stuff is going to come back more over the relative clean 94/95 look. Nobody gives a shit anymore about anything so it is a total free for all.

The Cody Chapman part was great. I liked the Limo video, too. I need to check out Smell The River. I keep forgetting about that one.