Slap takes the work out of making a Creepy Highlight vid! Making moves since the days of Shop Copy.
Got a new feature for y’alls on the all new tiltmode youtube channel. This installment features the always charasmatic Benny Boy in an epic battle for a 50-50 on a metal banister that is made to hold you up whilst walking up, or down stairs. Come with him on this trail of tears only to be pleasantly surprised and humored by this silly little English Boy falling. Feel free to subscribe to our previously mentioned channel to see some of your favorite dummies getting down, or just falling down for that matter in the near future.
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Built to Spill played a surprise free show in San Jose on April 29th, 2013. It’s been a long time since some cool shit like this has happened for our music scene. Our buddies, Ugly Winner, opened for them this past weekend in SF and they are what made it possible.
Todd had heard them playing Age of Consent by New Order during their sound check before their SF show and told them if they played this song in SJ, people would go crazy. He was right, the crowd blew up and Peter Raffin crowd surfed.
Here are some other videos below of Built to Spill and Ugly Winner accompanied with some shredding by some of our favorite homies.
I spent a lot of teenage saturday mornings watching this video with a bowl of cereal and a cup of coffee. So why not one more? Here it is again for those of you with a burned out VHS copy and no VCR…
Probably one of the best skate videos I have seen in years.
Better never than ever. The final part in Bonus Round, Cartwheel Cherry.
Jason Adams has been doing it right for a long time. Here’s his Label kills part to prove this theory. via Black Label
Vandeez in a oldie but goodie. I always liked this part, and couldn’t find it in the black hole of cyberspace. Please excuse the audio, could be better. But hey, this is from a VHS tape. Enjoy.
The saga continues with such greats as Jaya Bonderov, Kit Erikson, Crazy Eddie, Isreal Forbes, Dustin Zimmerman, jackson Taylor, Steve Bailey and Phil Shao…
MJ coming correct. Like that’s some kind of fucking surprise. Real good shit.
From a time long ago, in a galaxy far, far away. Well not that far away, Santa Cruz is only a 40 min. drive from SJ. But in the year of our lord 1996, Jason Strubing and Mark Whiteley formed like Voltron to showcase the scene in the 831 and surrounding areas. It’s kind of sick to look back at all the different homies from years past, to see who’s still skating, who we sadly lost, and how friendship and skateboarding has been the glue that kept us together. We will be posting the video in 4 parts until friday. Ladies and gents… Portable Flat Bar.