New video offerings from the boys at DOPE Industries. After creating an iconic trilogy with the DOPE series director Dave Brocklebank and crew did something a little different last season, launching their accessories sub-brand DUH BOLTS, which may or may not actually have hard goods. Ones thing is for sure though, they got their team down! And the video promo to boot. Legends in the game – a lot of respect goes out to these kids. Filmed around Canada, from London Ontario to Whistler BC. Featuring snowboarding by Scot Brown, Eman Anderson, Cody Wilson, Alex Stathis, Derek Molinski, Jody Wachniak, Ryan Tarbell, Lucas Magoon, Will Bateman, Tanner Davidson, Matt Butel, Keenan Filmer, Logan Haubrich, Andrew Geeves, Ben Bilocq, Andrew Burns, Joel Loverin, Rusty Ockenden and Layne Treeter. And skateboarding by Tyler O’Grady and Mitch Pryma
Gnarcore Quebec in full effect. Another gopro - imovie catastrophe from the brain and stick of the one and only K-Rock Ohquist. Kicking it with them freestyle kids from the ET Crew. Tearing wonders in the White Room. Falling and balling. Rolling and trolling. Picking up the loot to boot. You know how we do. Dave Jacques, Ken Ohquist, Math Pepin, Francis Jobin have some fun, do some damage and Cream takes care of the rest.
Hop skip and a fuck yeah – Aiden Hryciw, Jordon McCulloch and Dave Rouleau get trashy at Kinsmen DIY spot in Saskatoon.
There’s been a horrible misconception floating around the Canadian prairies for way too long now. And it’s that “snowboarding sucks out here”. The truth is snowboarding only sucks wherever you suck. And that can happen anywhere you want it to. In reality you don’t need much to make it fun; a little bit of snow, some sketchy features and some punk rock will do fine pretty much anywhere you can gather sub zero temps and a rickety public park. Saskatoon’s got a lot to offer in this department, it can also get cold as fuck, hard and icy and that can often deter the laziest of the undriven. But Canadian skaters know best – when it snows we strap in and slide. You get it? Good. We got it. Now get the fuck outta here and MAKE IT HAPPEN you filthy animals. Continue reading
Get your head out of your ass, and into the club! Here’s something with a little juice from the West Coast. Shot over the course of October 2013 – January 2015 in locations varying from Vancouver, BC to Winnipeg, MB. Featuring full parts from Austin Thomas, Robert Jasiorkowski, Briggs Ogloff, Skylar Kehr, Kevin Friesen, Tyler Gaucher, Carl Wilton, and Kurt Oldach, plus many more. Courtesy of Winnipeg native and Supra TM ALex Doyle. Enjoy.
Greetings from Granby QC, the land of ice and snow. You can almost feel that Bromont style oozing thru on this one. Soft and easy on the tunes, rock-hard on the landings. Gotta know where the feet go. K-rock and the E.T. crew come thru with a gopro edit of sensual proportions. Play with what you got – shoot the ones you love. Ft. Mathieu Pepin, Dave Jacques, Ken Ohquist, Antoine Bordeleau. Keep it up boys.
Creeping in the prairies – calling heads and cracking shots. We recently hooked up with Table Mountain Saskatchewan locals for a quick tour of their new park and it is looking good! Fuck the cold. We out here on some neck warmer shit. Here’s a taste, just a bite though – stay hungry people. Much love.
I’ve known Kenda since high school and despite our busy schedules we’ve managed to stay friends and somehow end up in our hometown, Hamilton to catch up where we’ve left off at the same time. Kenda has always reminded me of a punk rock superwoman with a heart of gold – a mother first to daughter Alona, amazing friend, sale’s associate at RMP Athletic and front woman and rhythm guitar player for Toronto based psychobilly band The Creepshow. We briefly caught up with Kenda about the growing music scene in Hamilton and what it’s like being on the road. Continue reading
Here’s a west coast project to watch out for from Plan9official.com. Continue reading
Jesse Denham Greer has taken the spirit of the We Got This 2015 campaign on the road and is currently riding out the storm, or lack thereof in his home town of Renfrew Ontario. Yup, slow start to the snow year in them there parts but what can you do? Well you can visit family, connect with the homies and work on them presses! . . Jesse gets creative, the homies build a snowman, Jesse kills the snowman and then flips the script for a classy ender. Shout outs Jesse, big shout outs homie x
We sent our friend Marie Elena to the Protest The Hero show at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto to see what’s up and take some rad photo’s. The Whitby Ontario band independently released their album Volition last year after three studio hits and have been killing it. Big thanks to the Danforth and Cat Hrmo for hooking it up!