Pass Port can’t do no wrong. All you need to know about their latest collaboration video with “Low Life”:
“Visceral with banale urgency, staccatic in rhythm, dead & burning on the water of the disparate 00’s Sydney punk scene. Constantly showing neither a desire to arrive nor leave, but never looking to stay. Like a rabid dog at an obituary, low life have more or less been the soundtrack of a decade of decay in this city. But like an eel in the Cooks River, their dogged sound continues to move against the current, through the mud and beneath the surface, & the light that does find its way through the water reflects from their skin; unnerving, uninviting & unwelcome, but brilliantly present as a dull & constant luster.”
It is no secret that we really enjoy James Cruickshank’s lens work, so to see these new Converse x Grey Mag edits drop is a joyous occasion for all that love Sheffield’s finest. Obviously, the fact that he is working with skaters like Bobby De Keyzer, Jerome Campbell, Harry Lintell and Remy Tav doesn’t hurt either.
For those of you that have never been to New York City, you may not be aware of the that Icey Hot is a total Big Apple type of thing. From your local bodega to old heads with bad knees the stuff is simply part of everyday life. When we were in the city I got hurt and bought myself some and I can tell you the stuff works it magic as did the Pass~Port team.
One of Leon Rudolph’s favorite film makers Sirus F. Gahan just brought out this really great edit accompanied by heavy talents. London’s skateboarding at its finest!
Featuring Matlok Bennett-Jones, Ryan Thompson, Dan Fisher Eustance, Harrison Davis, Nile Bridgeman, Conor Charleson, Tom Delion, Gregory Conroy, Al Hodgson, Alfie Williams, Louis Antoine and Casey Brow.
Berlin is a tough place especially in the winter time. However, Converse Cons riders Matlok Bennett-Jones and Harry Lintell were fighting the cold and skated Germany’s snowy capital for two days in January. The whole thing was filmed and edited by James Cruickshank.