September 14, 2015/ / Podcast/ Comments: 13

photo: brian gaberman

photo: brian gaberman

Are you ready for some good pod? Well hopefully this does it for ya. Tim sent over a long convo he had with famed filmer Bill Strobeck where the two fast-talkers rap about Love Park, drinking so much you lose your job, and much more than can be condensed into this pointless little sentence. Just press play and get psyched for part 2 to drop next Monday which includes questions from readers and Jason Dill.

Don’t forget to check out the show highlights and the links and mentions from this week’s episode. And, as always, send shit for Tim to talk about next time here: [email protected].

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[1:40] Who will be the first Supreme rider to hit the Mega-Ramp?
[8:30] What’s with the shitty customer service at the Supreme store?
[15:25] The Story of the Courthouse Kid.
[19:15] Is there really a difference between FA and Supreme?
[23:05] What’s the story behind the nickname ‘Fat Bill’?
[33:20] Fat Bill, the vegan manorexic.
[50:25] Ryan Gee cool-guys Andy Mac.
[1:01:35] Strobeck partied so hard in NYC he got fired.
[1:16:00] Bill talks Cherry…


FTC Skate Shop – Finally (1993)
Supreme – A Love Supreme (1995)
Satva Leung’s fall to neck brace from Welcome to Hell
Method Man – Bring the Pain
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  1. niya

    September 14, 2015 1:31 pm


  2. allez jambon

    September 14, 2015 2:14 pm

    Shouts to EVS. Grew up going down there everyday, started skating in 2002. Where’s the Tim O’Connor ID?

  3. kevin

    September 14, 2015 10:11 pm

    what nirvana song was he going to use in the video?

  4. steve

    September 15, 2015 9:49 am

    what was surfing video that copied cherry

    • Lookbothways92

      September 16, 2015 12:32 am

      Most likely Kai Neville’s Cluster, unless it Bill’s referring to a shorter clip or web clip. It’s no secret that the guys over at What Youth are huge fans of the raw skate aesthetic (NYC/Supreme/Johnny Wilson clips/even a teaser post for a Canadian shop vid), and Kai + most of the surfers in Cluster are a major part of that camp.

      Trailer –

      Cluster itself features Bill’s signature 1 or 2 lifestyle shots framed within a full screen shot, as well audio similarties (the trailer song is a modest intimidation of the Gang Gang Dance track in Cherry). There’s a whole bunch of lines you can draw and honestly it would be a damn good piece to write about because a very subtle shift is happening and the new gen of surfing is watching Supreme/Palace/Bronze and saying fuck yeah – that’s the culture we want.

      • lookingbothWays

        September 16, 2015 1:52 pm

        @Lookbothways92 You broke it down, homie. Good work.

      • Hunter

        September 24, 2015 11:10 pm

        Not saying you’re totally wrong but just for the record Kai Neville’s first big video Modern Collective, came out long before Cherry/Palace/Bronze and also before What Youth even existed. In that video you can see some of the stylistic elements that are now more popular.

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