The last thing skateboarding needs is another podcast hosted by old heads who interview their buddies. Eventually, all of the stories and episodes start to sound the same.
That’s why we decided to create something different that focuses on the future voices of skateboarding. After spending too much time trying to settle on a name, we’d like to introduce, “Okay, Last Try” hosted by Noah team rider, Elise Hedge, and myself, Larry Lanza.
Now that I’m 25, I’m slipping into an age that I used to consider to be “old.” So to avoid all of the devastating pitfalls of becoming a jaded bitter skater, I wanted to reach out to my younger peers and at least attempt to stay connected.
For the first episode of “Okay, Last Try,” Elise and I sat down with Baltimore native, and New York resident, Quinn Batley. You may know Quinn from The Homies Network videos or Noah’s latest video Jolie Rouge. He also skates for our friends over at Carpet Co. You can see more of Quinn’s photography on the Camera Club website here.
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Talking priest cheese, Jante, Allemansrätten, and other Scandinavian shenanigans.
WE HAD A MOVIE CRITIC REVIEW CLASSIC SKATE VIDEO SKITS
Enjoy her unfiltered takes on which skate video skits she thinks are any good.
WHAT HAPPENED TO GERSHON MOSLEY?
From punching Andrew Reynolds, to not getting "pimped" by the industry, Gershon covers everything you wanted to know.
REVISITING “WELCOME TO HELL” THROUGH THE EYES OF A JAZZ ARTIST
Canadian multi-instrumentalist Joseph Shabason removed the original Welcome To Hell soundtrack and re-scored it to Jazz.
MAKING ANYTHING INTO A SKATEBOARD WITH SKATE SHAPEZ
Any shape, any graphic. Come on, those rusty wheels in your brain have to be turning...