1. May 4-5, 2013 (SF Jazz Center): Alongside skaters affiliated with San Francisco's FTC Skateboarding, Jason Moran and the Bandwagon explore the aesthetic parallels shared between the creative cultures of skateboarding and jazz music. For more documentary footage of Moran's collaborative process see: grammarfilm.com/.

    FTC Co-curators: Kent Uyehara and Jason Moran
    Team Coordinator: Andrew Caulfield
    Ramp Engineer: George Rocha

    The Bandwagon: Jason Moran (piano), Taurus Mateen (bass), Nasheet Waits (drums), and Jeff Parker (guitar).

    FTC Skaters: Alex Wolslagel, Ben Gore, Joe Staley, Jabari Pendleton, Dave Abair, Justin 'iceman' Gastelum, Adrian Williams, Jake Johnson, Dustin Walls, Nick Matlin, Billy Roper, Jack Given, and Brian Downey.

    Camera: Radiclani Clytus, Anthony Gannon, Gregg Conde, Carlos Gonzalez
    Sound: Michael Gassert

    # vimeo.com/84551778 Uploaded 2,677 Plays / / 0 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  2. "She Wants More"
    Music video for Hot Lunch
    Filmed, Directed, Edited, and Artwork by Doug Avery

    Hot Lunch LP available from:
    Tee Pee Records (USA)
    Who Can You Trust? (EU)

    Hot Lunch skateboard decks can be purchased at:

    # vimeo.com/73568345 Uploaded 27.7K Plays / / 10 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  3. 2013 mix + Corny's Place

    # vimeo.com/79602969 Uploaded 13.4K Plays / / 4 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  4. # vimeo.com/78221810 Uploaded 5,998 Plays / / 2 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  5. On arrival I dont think anyone really knew what we were getting ourselves in for the following week back in early June in Hannover, Germany. The basic idea was that the 2 er (tsvi-er) - 'the two stair' Crew had the idea to invite D.I.Y (Do It Yourself) Skate crews from all corners of Europe to come to their spot and each team would be given 3 days to build something. In the end in true German form the event was organised to the point of a pin, free unlimited bum beer for builders throughout the week, 3 hot Vegan meals a day cooked by our own activist chef 'Doc' who has cooked at protests for upto 10,000 people with his portable wagon type soup kitchen. More materials that you could poke a stick at and two trucks of cement arriving on the Monday and Tuesday. Originally we all thought that we would spend wed-thurs street skating while the concrete was drying, but once one thing was built you would hip and hop from crew to crew pimping out your hands for labour and laughs and we ended up building until the Saturday when the big skate jam would take place... The 2er guys even hired a big tent to set up for people to sleep in, were temperatures dropped to freezing point the first few nights before electric heaters were added. The Fox Spot guys from London who I was luckily enough to get to work with drunkenly decided to make a skate track with 3 pump bumps dissecting the middle of the tent with one of the oversized bumps claiming more casualties then a raging bull. On top of all of this, of course the weather turned for the worst and makeshift tents had to be erected over all working areas and anything used for wet weather gear from garbage bags to umbrellas fixed to ones back. On more then a few occasions we were there until the sun was rising the following morning on our hands and knees in puddles of water, coughing up concrete residue and putting the final finishing swipes on our masterpiece. At each and every break people would huddle around any naked flame and try warm their hands and dry their feet, usually with no success . . . so Max decided to construct a tee-pee above the fire drum to dry the wet clothes and boost the souls . . . The place looked like a war zone with fires burning from trolleys & bins, numerous scroungy dogs roaming, gracing us with their husky barks and yelps, water puddles everywhere mixed with fire-ash, cement, the screeching sounds of grinders, concrete cutters and cement mixers like a non stop shelling attack; it was full blown trench warfare against the concrete and elements!

    # vimeo.com/58772622 Uploaded 25K Plays / / 9 Comments Watch in Couch Mode



Browse This Channel

Shout Box

  • Vómito Films

    hey mexico skate trash stuf f

    by Vómito Films

  • Daniel Prace

    "A short video with interesting facts about skateboarding. The video is kept in the silent and minimalist style . I have worked the first time with the depth of field and Sony Vegas Pro 12."

    Pls give me a feedback if you liked it :)

    by Daniel Prace

  • FlowProductions

    Dope and psychodelic skateboarding movie, The "CHEF FiLM 2013" by the independent, 17-years-old filmmaker florian held: vimeo.com/67453866

    by FlowProductions

Channels are a simple, beautiful way to showcase and watch videos. Browse more Channels. Channels