Bringing you the latest and greatest skateboard news from the last week, including the new Bath scene video, Hermann Stene for Free Skate Mag and more footage from your favourite Aussies.
After being teased with some of the parts over the last few weeks, James Whitlock's new Bath scene video, 'Sulis', is now online in full for your viewing pleasure alongside a bangin' interview with James where he explains the meaning behind the name, the Bath skate scene and so much more. Well worth a watch!
Norwegian powerhouse, Hermann Stene, has come through with a no-nonsense new part filmed by the ever-talented Pekka Løvås in which he conquers all manner of wacky rails and surreal Scandinavian spots before stomping a picture-perfect tre for his ender.
Isaac White takes his unique style to a load of esoteric New York spots in his new part filmed by Nico Marti. Whenever you see Nico's name attached to a video you just know the soundtrack is gonna slap.
More Aussie goodness this week: catch all your favourite Southern Hemisphere heads in Geoff Campbell's new video, 'Crumbing', featuring Shaun Paul, Rowan Davis, Riley Pavey, Noah Nayef and more. These guys simply do not miss.
The Spanish Stallion, Adrian Del Campo, has joined the Rave Skateboards ranks and he's taken his ungodly pop to a load of poor, unsuspecting ledge spots to celebrate in his nothing-but-bangers welcome clip.
Primitive are back with another 'Testing' edit and for this one Miles Silvas leads the charge before being backed up by Franky Villani, Dylan Jaeb, Tiago Lemos and the rest of the lads.
We love a plaza edit here at CSC, and we especially love Stalin Square so unsurprisingly we're big fans of the new 'STA' video from SID, which features a load of the extremely talented locals alongside some ludicrous Ryuhei Kitazume footage.
DGK are back with another episode filmed at Kalis' new park and this time they're switching things up with some fun-looking new obstacles that you may recognise from IRL spots.
Noah Clothing have continued their campaign for world domination by welcoming Frog's resident madman, Krazy Frankie, to the team with a short-but-sweet skatepark clip that looks like it was filmed on his way to a job interview.