I actually think this was the end of summer 2002, but I could be wrong.
Rye from Sidewalk just put together this clip while we were editing the iPath Big Push (Conhuir was a guest on their team) from a found folder on my hard drive of old footage from a trip to Belfast with Wig Worland.
Soletech/A4/Pete Turvey sorted us both with tickets and the plan was for Conhuir to shoot an interview (Which he did). The Dennis Lynn footage was a bonus. That kid was hilarious on that trip.
Randomly, I ended up around a camp fire in Ireland a couple of years back while pitching a tent on a beach and there was this sarcastic Irish kid opposite who kept the crowd entertained - after about an hour I put two and two together and it was Dennis.
So stoked on that.
...anyway - Check it out. Bernie Rae is in a support role too as he had a rolled ankle that weekend. He was also our host, putting us up for the duration and taking us to the local drinking spots.
Oh, the Stalin stuff was an extra from a Créme (Urgh) Skateboards trip to Prague. Dirty lens and a slightly sketchy line meant it never got used.
I think that aside from this, most of the footage ended up in Unabombers "Up The Rebels" (2004). The Switch FS Muska Flip was in Puzzle back when it was VHS. That came from a random session with Raoul Williamson from Perth. He got denied trying to Nollie Cab the stairs. It would have been gnarly.
No posts for a while. Hectic times...
Moved into the new office and out of the living room. Moved boxes and boxes of work stuff and drum kits and merch to the new lock up after storing a bunch of Totimoshi's stuff after their last tour.
The house is beginning to free up. Sadly, the arm ain't quite fixed enough to skate yet.
I setup the Blues Man Rock Out! at the Volcom London store. Click the link to check the article.
Daniels voice is amazing - can't wait to see them with Karma to Burn next week.
I also got a little Aaron Sweeney 10 Tricks clip filmed for Kingpin. Sadly, his name is still spelt wrong on Mpora, so you'll have a hard time finding it.
Check it out below - each line took about three tries.