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Kenny Anderson Connects the Dots Between Jazz and Street Skating

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The similarities between improvisational jazz and street skating are undeniable. That’s why Stereo’s introduction of Blue Note’s graphic style was so fitting in the ‘90s, and everything that Jahmal Williams has been doing with Hopps makes so much sense conceptually. Kenny Anderson—who is an accomplished trumpet player in his own right—adds another great observation on the connection in the debut episode of Brixton’s “Threads.”

Miles [Davis] to me, I compare his playing to skateboarding a lot. Miles can play one note; and it’s like he plays a whole song…that’s similar to skateboarding to me…I can watch one person push, and do a little ollie; and I’d rather watch that than a full part. 

Watch the full video above. The quote starts at 2:34.

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Pocket Features Gabriel Summers in ‘Followed’

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Pocket Skate Mag visited Gabriel Summers in Australia in this episode of “Followed“.

You can catch a glimpse of his mellow and fun character in action as he maintains high intensity on the skateboard, grinding big rails with ease.

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Thrasher Presents HUF’s ‘Forever’

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From Dick Rizzo’s first hit at the cellar door to the phenomenal closing one-two punch of Mason Silva and Cyrus Bennett, HUF delivers an instant classic filled with the city’s energy, struggle, and glory.

“Forever” is the first-ever full-length skate video from HUF featuring the entire skate team. It was shot and edited by Tyler Smolinski.

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Celebrating 20 Years Of “Yeah Right!” 

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Mike Carroll, Rick Howard, Jeron Wilson, Paul Rodriguez, and Eric Koston reminisce about their experience filming “Yeah Right!” for Girl Skateboards in this video by ABD Collectibles.

ABD Collectibles will be releasing a 10-card series on September 1st to celebrate the 20th anniversary of “Yeah Right!”

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