Want to watch a stylized, well shot and edited video part? Well, here it is. Kitsch Skateboards presents etnies and Destructo Canada rider Stacy Gabriel ripping his hometown streets of Vancouver, BC and beyond…
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Josh Clark, Drew Summersides, Jamie Maley, Nick Moore and Stacy Gabriel hit Hawaii’s third largest island for the Mahalo, Oahu… feature in Concrete #130. Brian Caissie was on hand to film the skating and tropical shenanigans for Red Bull Skateboarding (click here to check out Rich Odam’s photo extras from the trip). You’ll also find the mobile-friendly digital edition of our print feature below…
Filmed by: Brian Caissie
Edited by: Ben Stoddard
Stacy Gabriel, Cory Wilson and Derek Swaim from etnies Canada (along with special guest Justin Allain) hit the high road through the Seattle area and down to Portland, Oregon. Check out the digital edition of our multiplicity-style sequence feature (shot by Rich Odam) as it appears in Issue 128, along with a 2-part video accompaniment thanks to Timebomb Trading.
Filmed & Edited by Tyler Holm
Music: “So Far Away” by Dire Straits
Filmed & Edited by Tyler Holm
Music: “Never Ever” by All Saints
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Not only can you enjoy a cold Cariboo, you can now enjoy a fresh Cariboo Skateboard. Both are proudly made in BC. Take a closer look in this video featuring Tyler Holm, Sean Lowe, Stacy Gabriel, Dustin Locke and Derek Swaim.
Looks like the etnies Canada fellas killed it in Peru. Watch Derek Swaim, Matt Berger, Stacy Gabriel, Drew Summersides and special guest Bruno Bonilla bring their A-game to South America in this video shot and cut by Concrete contributor David Ehrenreich…
etnies footwear is available in Canada through Timebomb Trading.
Sean Lowe, Stacy Gabriel, Joe Buffalo, Jorden Murray, Chad Dickson, Derek Swaim, Desmond Hoostie and many more absolutely killed the annual Summer End Jam at the Vancouver Plaza on Sept.8th. Here’s the evidence:
Vancouver-based Kitsch Skateboards continues releasing parts from their first feature-length, Bric-a-Brac, with the latest being a very solid part from Stacy Gabriel.
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Don’t Sleep Productions premiered TENS in late ’09, featuring 10 tricks from a grip of rippers, and Concrete was amongst the project’s list of supporters (check out our TENS feature in the online version of Issue 104 - Dec.’09). Now it’s being released in convenient sections. Part 13 features Stacy Gabriel and Magnus Hanson (take another look at his recent Quiksilver Canada part, and stay tuned for more from Mag in Concrete #116).
More from TENS…
•Part 1: Paul Trep, Desmond Hoostie and Mike “Hashbrown” Schulze.
•Part 2: Alien and Nate Roline.
•Part 3: Sean Lowe, TJ Rogers, Brad Warlimont and Derek Swaim.
•Part 4: Kellen Chillibeck
•Part 5: Cory Wilson, Chad Murray, Ryan Decenzo and John Hanlon.
•Part 6: Colin Lambert, Nelson Conway, Jordan Hoffart, Adam “Mortal” McLaughlin and Paul Machnau.
•Part 7: Deer Man Of Dark Woods.
•Part 8: Timmy Oberg, Eric Warlimont and Hill Sulpher.
•Part 9: Dan Arget, Brandon Del Bianco, Hayden Kelly and Matt Berger.
•Part 10: Bradley Sheppard and Chris Haslam.
•Part 11: Jamie Maley, Richard Sarrazin, Danny Hagge, Chris Connolly and Nate Lacoste.
•Part 12: Ian Twa, AJ McCallister, Spencer Hamilton, Russ Milligan and Bryan Wherry.
Concrete contributor Matt MacLeod put together a Q&A for the blog, You Got That, featuring Vancouver’s Stacy Gabriel and his push with filming and editing. Check it out right here, and included in the piece is Stacy’s Fall 2011 montage featuring Derek Swaim, Desmond Hoostie, Magnus Hanson, Sierra Fellers, Scott Decenzo, Geoff Dermer, Cameo Wilson and more…
Concrete #113 was released in finer skateshops across Canada on June 10th. If you didn’t get a chance to grab the print version, it’s available right here for the same price – FREE. Click the image below and use the simple navigation tools to check it out. While you’re at it, take a look at how far the mag has come since 1990 by visiting the digital archive we’ve been building.
There’s an 8-page feature called The Portugal Recollection, and this exclusive video supplement (brought to you by Think and éS) features Russ Milligan, Kevin Lowry and Josh Matthews // Filmed and edited by Justin Carlson // Post-production elements by David Ehrenreich // Music: “Too Many Rules” (1961/Portuguese version) by Connie Francis.
As part of the Slub Bucks: A Suburban Exploitation feature in the mag, Jordan Moss and Wade Power released the second Slub Bucks promo. It includes Brandon “Beaster” Bandula, Bobby De Keyzer, Jesse Mullins, Charles Deschamps, TJ Rogers, Will Marshall, Mitch Donovan, Brandon Del Bianco, Matt Berger and Will Cristofaro. // Filmed and edited by Jordan Moss and Wade Power // Post-production elements by David Ehrenreich // Music: “Numéro 10″ (featuring Booba & Kurupt) from the album The Passion Of Tupac (a DJ Critikal mixtape, 2005).
While Concrete Photo Editor Brian Caissie was rolling 15-deep in the Far East earlier this year, he provided The China Report photo updates (and 14-page feature in Issue 113), as well as this bro-cam montage from the trip featuring Will Blakley, Nick Moore, AJ McCallister, Mike Campbell, Justin Allain, Evan Bourque, Corey Klim, Stacy Gabriel, Derek Swaim and Cory Wilson // Music: “Automatic Stop” by The Strokes from the album Room On Fire (2003).
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While Concrete Photo Editor Brian Caissie was rolling 15-deep in China earlier this year, he provided The China Report photo updates from the Far East, as well as the comprehensive 14-page feature you’ll find in the July 2011 issue of the mag. Caissie brought the office Sony “Bloggie” video cam on the trip to pass around to the homies during their travels. That is until he was pick-pocketed on the dance floor at the infamous Babyface club in Shenzhen. Here’s a cut of the salvaged footy…
Skaters in order of appearance // Will Blakley, Nick Moore, AJ McCallister, Mike Campbell, Justin Allain, Evan Bourque, Corey Klim, Stacy Gabriel, Derek Swaim and Cory Wilson.
Music // “Automatic Stop” by The Strokes from the album Room On Fire (2003).
Issue 113 is available now (and for free) in finer skateshops across Canada. If you haven’t picked up a copy yet, you can find a preview run-through of the cover and features right here.
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