Bringing you the latest and greatest skateboard news from the last week, including savage moments from Joe Campos' Savage Moments, snow-skating from Gosha Konyshev and cajun flavour from Jordan Trahan.
Hockey prodigy, Joseph Campos, has come through with 5 minutes of straight hammers in his very aptly-named 'Shocking Moments Caught On Video' part as he demolishes a load of hectic hubbas, ditches and roof-top spots, but not without paying the price.
Another cinematic masterpiece from last year's Vladimir Film Festival, Gosha Konyshev's 'Skatefilm' explores the essence of skating and the variety of places it can take you, ranging from their cross-country journey from Moscow to St. Petersburg to the bonkers snow-skating section at the end.
Whole lotta seccy presh in 'Cage Theory', the new Perth-based full-length filmed by Rowan White (while he was studying medicine full-time no less) featuring the likes of Sylvain Tognelli, Shaun Paul, Luca Prestini and more. Got a lot of time for the recent trend of Aussie videos paying respects to the Aboriginal Australians.
Jordan Trahan brings those sweet and smoky Louisiana flavours in his bangin' last part from Josh Stewart's 'Static VI' as he delves deep into New Orleans' back streets to seek out the city's cuttiest spots.
Filmer/skater extraordinaire, Maceo Moreau, has come through with 10 minutes of French bangers in his new video, 'Off The Ring', packed with le crème de la crème of French skateboarding exploring the suburbs of Paris. Bonne merde.
Bonkers trick selection as always from Yuri Facchini in his new Shake Junt part as he puts his monstrous pop to work in the streets of Europe with a load of niche hardflip variations and ridiculous displays of pinch.
(Re)acquaint yourself with former Cardiff resident, Pedro Torres Perello, and his signature noseslide tekkers in the new Mallorca-based full-length, 'RGÑ II', as he works his magic alongside the local homies.
Please Jackie have delivered exceptional vibes in Benjamin Raitano's new 'Drift' part as he makes the most of Marseille's endless supply of spots, with some choice Parisian clips thrown in for good measure.