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The Departures are a five-piece pop/punk band out of SLC, Utah. Listening to their latest offering “Gateways” is like hearing a new My Chemical Romance album. 

 A solid rhythm section with well-placed harmonies feels like something you’d hear on the radio in any decent market.

Track six, titled “Lonely Eyes”, features some intricate acoustic guitar work and excellent harmonies; it also feels a little out of place with the rest of the EP.

 Given that this a very young band (the members range from just 17 to 23 years old ), I would expect to see these guys evolve dramatically into a more unique sounding group by the time we see another The Departures EP.

 

If you dig My Chemical Romance, chances are you will love Gateways by The Departures.

 

 

Ultimately you are the best judge of what you like. We encourage our readers to give a listen and leave a comment letting us know what you think.

 

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 Kill The Precedent is that ultra-rare combination of raw power wielded with precision and intricate, intelligent story telling.  Their debut album “Dialogues With The Dead”, released on Minus Head Records (San Francisco), is a full-tilt roller coaster ride right out of the gate. With a tight, double-time rhythm section, blazing guitar work wrapped in duel lead vocals, KTP has created a truly unique and original sound. 

 KTP is a seven piece, genre melting band which evolved out of the deep-roots of the Sacramento, Ca. punk scene (Deftones, 7seconds, The Hoods) back in 2006. For the last decade they’ve been shredding venues across Northern California, honing their craft and stage shows to become the crowd favorite wherever they perform. Let’s put it this way -they’ve shared the stage with Misfits & killed it.

 

Kill The Precedent is audio adrenalin and fun as hell; every song from “Dialogues With The Dead” is a banger. Be sure to check out their video’s on youtube for a peek at the show that is KTP.

We look forward to their 7 song EP “Some Version Of The Truth” slated for release in Late October.

 

Ultimately you are the best judge of what you like. We encourage our readers to give a listen  and leave a comment letting us know what you think. thanks for reading (& listening), see you here next time.

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Bitter’s Kiss “My God”

 

 

Bitter’s Kiss is showcase project of Chloe Baker, young folk/pop artist Coming out of New Jersey, her latest single “My God” is an attempt to illustrate the things used to build us up are often also used to manipulate and divide us (in this case religion).

 A sweet and fluid social commentary delivered with solid piano work, overlaid with acoustic riffs and a mellow horn section create a multi-layered sound that doesn’t feel forced. 

the production quality is decent. “My god” does have a rather familiar vibe you’ll get at nearly any coffee house, sort of a Alison Krauss/Norah Jones sound that really isn’t unique. While I appreciate the sentiment, Bitter’s Kiss could really use some originality in terms of delivery.

 

 

Ultimately you are the best judge of what you like. We encourage our readers to give a listen and leave a comment letting us know what you think. Thanks for reading (& listening), see you here next time.

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Bryan Deister “Spines of the Heart” 

Bryan Deister is an ‘experimental’ electronica musician out of Redondo Beach, Ca., his latest release “Spines of the Heart” at first seems familiar. A watered-down Radio Head is the first thought that will likely pass through your mind while listening. There is a slightly haunting theme throughout ‘Spines’ but I just couldn’t shake the feeling that I should just cut out the middleman and listen to “Pablo Honey”.

 

Track five titled “Silent Screams” had a nice groove to it and some decent guitar sections and as the tracks continued, so did the not quite Radio Head theme continued, mixed with some Cure. In the end,  “Spines of the Heart” doesn’t feel genuine; like trying to be angst ridden versus actually surviving a traumatic event or childhood and writing about the experience.

 

Ultimately you are the best judge of what you like. We encourage our readers to give a listen and leave a comment letting us know what you think. Thanks for reading (& listening), see you here next time.

 

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Magnectic Ghost is the collection of tracks from Minneapolis based writer/musician Andy Larson. He’s latest offering “Loss Molecules” feels like a trip through a dessert wasteland, while on acid. With a variety of sounds from a wide array of instruments (all played by Andy) these tracks have a cohesive flow while still maintaining their individuality -you won’t feel like you’re listening to the same track over and over.

 I did hear some early R.E.M. influence as well as a little Beatles in there, in addition to some nods to classical guitar works from 50-60 years ago. The use of the Baritone guitar reminds me a bit of Sgt. Peppers, which you just don’t hear much of these days and that is cool with me.

 Some of the tracks do run on a bit and there’s an overall feel of melancholy but this man has some serious talent. If you appreciate skilled acoustic guitar work and older alternative music you will most likely enjoy “Loss Molecules” by Magnetic Ghost.

 

Ultimately you are the best judge of what you like. We encourage our readers to give a listen  and leave a comment letting us know what you think.

 

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 The Psyatics are a Las Vegas based trio who’s latest release “Famous Monster” reminds me of a Replacements/Cramps mash-up -super cool! Featuring one of the tightest rhythm sections I’ve come across in some time and the guitar parts are on point, these fellas rip. With a refreshingly original sound; vintage instruments lend to a familiar feel without sounding like a cover-band. With that said, there are some influences found here, aside from the previously mentioned Cramps & Replacements there’s a bit of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds in there mixed with some Fishbone -all legit in my mind. I think I have a new favorite band; The Psyatics “Famous Monster” is a killer ride through truly inspired/talented musicianship and artistry.

Evening Music Break – GUAS

Evening Music Break – GUAS

This week’s spotlight shines on Grown Up Avenger Stuff (GUAS), a four-piece out of Charlotte, North Carolina. The band consists of veteran guitarist John Thomsen and his two sons, Hunter on Bass & percussionist Tyler. Rounding out the band is their new edition, ripping lead vocalist Ray Stern who’s deep, round tones reminds me of Florence (Florence and the machine) mixed with Debbie harry (Blonde). “Pins” video above Founding member John puts it like this “What you get from us live is pure fun rock and roll. The connection and chemistry between us is so strong, especially between Hunter and Tyler, and Ray has proven to be a perfect fit, as though she was created to be the perfect front person for GUAS.” GUAS’ latest single “A.I.M.”, released just this year, is a great example of the depth of this well-round group of musicians. If you enjoy Grace Potter and/or the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s we think you’ll really dig GUAS. Have a listen here Ultimately, you are the best judge of what you like. Give it a listen and let us know what you think.

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Luxury Mane is a psychedelic trio out of St. Petersburg; their latest full-length release “Lux Runnin Out” is a smooth blend of fluid rhythms and tripped out harmonies. The best description is throwing the Replacements and the Beatles in a blender, then add a few dabs…there’s also a bit of The Lemonheads and The Cure influence in here as well. These later influences are most apparent on track 8 “Things In The City”. 

If you’re into flowing, layered guitars without over-produced melodies, then you’ll dig this album –with the exception of track 5 “Hard to Be Easy” which feels like a filler-track, “Lux Runnin Out” is solid from start to finish. 

Ultimately you are the best judge of what you like so let us know what you think. Thanks for reading (& listening), see you here next time!

     

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“Broken Rainbow” by no:carrier

 

 

 

This weeks subject is a San Francisco based Electro Noir group by the name of no:carrier, who just released their apocalyptic album “Broken Arrow” November 11. This heavy Synth Pop collection of songs is rather deep, exploring a wide-range of human deficiencies.

 

Reminiscent of NIN & Ani Defranco, “no:carrier” manages to move through the dark wastelands of our culture without being overtly depressing. With songs like ‘Your Heroin” (track4) and Here’s To You (track 7) ugly ideas come off almost beautiful. Track 8, a cover of “Bad Moon Rising” is haunting; an exceptional and unique arrangement makes the 40-year-old tune barely recognizable (in a good way). The Creedence cover alone makes this album worth checking out.

 

Ultimately you are the best judge of what you like so let us know what you think. 

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“The Grand Trine” by Color You

 

 

 

Thick baselines underscore the fluid guitar work throughout “ The Grand Trine”. Color You is a Northern Alabama influenced L.A. based quartet who have put a modern twist on 60’s rock, with more energy yet still possessing that good old hippie vibe. Chunky riffs with a rolling groove, Color You reminds me a bit of Radio Head (if Thom Yorke wasn’t so depressed all the time) blended with The Struts.Overall, “The Grand Trine” is a really well rounded album; with high-quality production & mixing I think a lot of you will dig this album.  Even track eight, the final track, exposes a Simon & Garfunkle-esk ability to beautifully harmonize creating multiple layers of stunning sound.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Friends Divide” by The Silent Comedy

 

The Silent Comedy is a beer & whiskey fueled Folk/rock band out of San Diego, Ca. Started by a couple of bar-tending brothers, Joshua and Jeremiah Zimmerman, this band has grown over immensely over the past several years. Coming from the ‘craft brew scene’ of Southern California and now reaching into soundtracks for shows like the history Channel’s “The Men Who Built America”, these guys are coming up big.

 

The Silent Comedy’s latest 6-song release “Friends Divide” is an organic feeling rhythmic rock album with multiple layers of flavor and flair. Track 1 “God Neon” gets you in the ‘heading to the pub’ vibe, a little something to get you going. The rest of the album is filled with a wide array of blended instrumentation and harmonies. This gives The Silent Comedy disc a unique, authentic feel as well as showcasing the bands ability to transform their influences and creativity into a one-off sound. 

This is a great album; with that said, if you have an opportunity to see them live do it –they’re a blast! Ultimately you are the best judge of what you like so let us know what you think. 

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“Get Off Easy” by Savage Henry

 

 

 

The fourth full-length album titled “Get Off Easy” from this Saskatoon, Canada based band is a carnal carnival and is not for the easily offended. Savage Henry manages to rip through tales of sexual endeavors with witty and humorous lyrics backed by solid, double timed rhythm section wrapped in furious guitar work. This band is truly savage, reminiscent of Black Flag and Misfits mixed with a little early AC/DC.

 

Rolling through this album “Get Off Easy” feels like your staggering through a long Saturday night. CH manages to saturate you in loose sexuality without coming off vulgar for the sake of being vulgar. Honestly, I love this album. The quality of both musicianship and that of their production is spot on.

 

 

 

Listen to the full album here: Get Off Easy

Ultimately you are the best judge of what you like so let us know what you think. 

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“Night and Day” (EP) by The Slang

 

The Slang is a musical duo John Bobo (vocals/guitar/piano) and John Newsome (bass) out of Washington D.C. Their Summer 2016 release “Night and Day” could easily be the soundtrack for a road-trip type documentary and The Slang has in fact been featured on both HBO and USA Networks programing. John Bobo’s songwriting reminds me of the Replacements’ Paul Westerberg; layered with movement and thought.

“Night and Day” is well mixed, highlighting a multitude of instrumentation, styles and has a nice overall quality to it. There are several sections which feature some beautiful string work along with solid drumming and percussions. If your a fan of fun, thoughtful flows this EP will be right up your alley.  Ultimately, you are the best judge of what you like. Give it a listen and let us know what you think.

 

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“I Never Arrived” by Galapaghost

 

 

  Galapaghost aka Casey Chandler is an Austin, Texas based musician who is originally from Woodstock, N.Y. (yes, that Woodstock). Casey’s previous work was featured on award winning Italian film  “II Ragazzo Invisibile”. 

His current album “I Never Arrived” was recorded and mixed in Torino, Italy. It has an introverted & self-reflective vibe without being depressing. With excellent acoustic guitar work with an early Pink Floyd/ Simon & Garfunkel feel to it, “I never Arrived” reminds you of walking on the beach early in the morning, hazy yet hopeful for what the day has to offer.

 

Track three titled “Salt Lake City” is a decent example of Galapaghost’s Paul Simon-esk songwriting. The production quality is up there and the instrumentation peels off in layers of throughout “I Never Arrived”.

  Ultimately, you are the best judge of what you like. Give it a listen and let us know what you think.

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“A Temporary Human Experience” by Turning Virtue

 

 

Turning Virtue is a four-piece rhythmic rock group out of Buffalo, NY. Their April 8, 2016 release “A Temporary Human Experience” features one of the most prolific drummers on the planet, Mark Zonder (Google him if you don’t know who he is). The guitar work on several of the tracks reminds me of fellow New Yorker and guitar legend Steve Vai; smooth, intricate and powerful without that dueschy ‘look at me!’ vibe that’s so often present in mainstream rock albums.
It’s difficult to compare Turning Virtue to any one particular band as they have masterfully blended their influences into an authentic, original sound.

This nine-song album has multiple layers, great depth and yet rocks without ever feeling forced or manufactured, it just flows.

 The best visual picture I can give you of “A Temporary Human Experience” is a mash-up of the previously mentioned Mr. Vai, early Suicidal Tendencies (e.g. “How Will I Laugh Tomorrow”), David Bowie and Screaming Trees.
Ultimately, you are the best judge of what you like. Give it a listen and let us know what you think.

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The Survival Code

 

Hailing from London, England this three piece guitar oriented band out-right rips. Their second release through IRL “Broken Strings” is fast paced fun ranging in sounds reminiscent of Helmet, Tool and Judas Priest. This two song EP, released earlier this year, is meant as a teaser for their full length album due out any day now.

The Survival Code will be trekking across Ireland and the UK through the remainder of the year. If you like unbridled live rock, be sure to check their social feeds for tour dates near you.

 

 Ultimately you are the best judge of what you like. We encourage our readers to give a listen and leave a comment letting us know what you think. Thanks for reading (& listening), see you here next time.

 

  

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Torrion Dedmon is an R&B artist hailing from San Diego, Ca. and is smooth as they come. His new single “Down (My Love)” is a great example of how talented this man is. Dedmon’s sound is simultaneously sensual and contemporary while retaining a classic r&b feel.

 

“Down (My Darling)” is Torrion’s follow up to his 2015 releases “Go Down” and “Champagne Problems”, all of which show the chops of this incredible talent. Real R&B artists seem to be a rare commodity these days. Torrions writing and delivery are dead on, his music reminds me of a combination of Al Green and Chris Brown. If you’re spending the evening in with your Honey, spin this…you can thank me in the morning.

 

Ultimately you are the best judge of what you like. We encourage our readers to give a listen and leave a comment letting us know what you think. Thanks for reading (& listening), see you here next time.

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Eagle I Stallian “Reckless Gods”

 

Eagle I Stallian is a experimental-electronica duo based in Montreal, Canada.

Their new two song EP “Reckless Gods” is a catchy and bumping set of tracks featuring seemingly endless loops of drum machines and synthesizers. You won’t necessarily find anything mind-blowing here but the production quality is good.

 

The first track “Poseidon’s Dead sounds like Michael Jackson vocal samples intertwined through out and is what you’d expect to hear at a late-night dance club. Track two, “Gates of Hades” has a little more unique sound with bongo’s and spoons mixed in.

 

Ultimately you are the best judge of what you like. We encourage our readers to give a listen and leave a comment letting us know what you think. Thanks for reading (& listening), see you here next time.

Skating to Halloween

Skating to Halloween

We’ve got a story in our November issue about products that allow you to be seen at night as you ride.

 

 

But as things draw closer to October 31st, we wanted to shine a light on Aluminati’s Skateboards latest tribute to Halloween. Aluminati has teamed up with Sunset Skateboards to offer three Halloween cruisers powered by Sunset Flare ™ LED wheels.  

 

Aluminati’s cruisers are crafted from recycled aircraft-grade recyclable aluminum in Southern California and feature endless graphic options and clear grip. 

 

The three Halloween designs, Ghostly, Grab Bag and Jack are now available exclusively on Aluminati’s website.   They each feature self-powered Flare™ LED Wheels give over 100,000 hours of light without any batteries.  

 

 

Women in Board & Action Sports Conference

Women in Board & Action Sports Conference

Last weekend Barcelona hosted its first Women in Board & Action Sports Conference. Over 50 women gathered from all over Europe to enjoy four days of inspirational conferences, networking, wakeboarding, skateboarding and dirtbiking. This was the 7th annual event.

The event kicked off with a webinar with Women’s Skateboarding Alliance’s Mimi Knoop and Mahfia TV’s Kim Woozy. There was a interesting debate about how to make yourself valuable and start a successful career in the action sports industry.

Agora Skatepark

To wrap up the first day of conferences, Cameron Norsworthy from the Flow Centre, told the group what the scientific definition of ‘Flow’ is and how they use it to work with athletes and improve their performance.

 

The two day conference also focused on entrepreneurship, technology and content marketing. Delegates enjoyed some of the best facilities around the Barcelona Province: Saturday evening they wakeboarded in the Malamar Wakepark and Sunday they jumped on dirt bikes in La Poma Bike Park guided by local bikers Gemma Corbera and Laura Celdrán. They finished the weekend on a skateboard in the Skate Agora skatepark with JM Roura and Louisa Menke.

Skate class.

 For more info, visit womeninboardsports.com

From the CW Archives: Rider Down

From the CW Archives: Rider Down

Hard to believe we’ve been publishing for 17 years. Every now and then, we’d like to showcase a story from our past. I am pleased to report that the person featured in this story is doing much better. But nine years ago,  John Van Hazinga was in a very different place. John had his life shattered by a horrendous fall. John in 2016We’ve reprinted our story from our Holidays 2007 edition. To learn more about John’s incredible ordeal, you can visit his blog. And if you find yourself in Burlington, Vermont be sure to check out his shop – Ridin’ High.   Check out this interview with John. It’s great to see he’s made a full recovery.  

Made in Venice Documentary

Made in Venice Documentary

Made In Venice is a documentary, directed and produced by Jonathan Penson. It features the inside story of the skateboarders of Venice, California, and their struggle to make the dream of a skatepark come true. The film is now being released nationally by award-winning indie distributor, Abramorama, following its sold out L.A. premiere. Watch a preview here: This feature-length documentary carries the viewer through the history of Venice to present day, as it tells the story of the decades it took a relentless crew of skateboarders, surfers and civic activists to convince the City of Los Angeles to build a skatepark in the area that gave birth to modern skateboarding. Made In Venice is not just a skate movie. It’s a tale of audacity, guts and hope filled with counterculture characters that overcame all obstacles to claim victory. Anyone that has fought for what they want can identify with this film. This is the story of visionaries that refused to give up the goal to build concrete terrain for future generations.The film captures the firsthand stories of 40-plus years of skateboarding in Venice that started with the Z-Boys, and continued with its legendary street skaters and the iconic Venice Skatepark. Never-before-seen Super-8 and early video footage, along with rare black and white stills, take you back to innovative demos on the Boardwalk and skating the walls of the Pavilion, as the Venice skaters pushed the boundaries of street skating and put it on the global map.As Dogtown and Z-Boys author and skateboarding’s resident historian, C.R. Stecyk III says, “Made In Venice is a step by step manifesto for skate/civic activism. It is a remarkable documentation of hard working visionary individuals transforming society.”Made In Venice features appearances by skateboarding legends, professionals, skatepark activists, skate icons and heroes: Jesse Martinez, Geri Lewis, Christian Hosoi, C.R. Stecyk III, Skip Engblom, Jay Adams, Jeff Ho, Aaron Murray, Scott Oster, Cesario “Block” Montano, Jim Muir, Tim Jackson, Ray Flores, Eddie Reategui, Eric Britton, Dave Duncan, David Hackett, Joey Tran, Pat Ngoho, Wally Hollyday, Jimbo Quaintance, Joff Drinkwater, Nathan Pratt, Solo Scott, Jamie Quaintance, Asher Bradshaw, Kiko Francisco and many more.  madeinvenicemovie.com

4 Questions: Alan Harrison

4 Questions: Alan Harrison

For a number of Canadian skaters who grew up during the 1970’s, seeing a shot of a fellow countryman in SkateBoarder Magazine was a huge deal. Alan Harrison was one of the those skaters who excelled at both freestyle and vert. His ability got him the attention of the SkateBoarder staff on a number of occasions. 

 

I had a chance to meet up with Alan back in May at the world freestyle championships at the Cloverdale Fair. 

Alan blasts an ollie at Seylynn skatepark Vancouver.

1. How did you wind up in SkateBoarder Mag back in the late 1970¹s

During the summer of the 1979 Canadian Championships, the late great Rick Ducommun of GNC skates (now Skull Skates ) brought up Tony Alva and Steve Olson to wow the Canadian audience and crank up the intensity at Seylynn Skatepark’s ” Expression Session”. I grew up in North Van and Seylynn was my 2nd home. There were a lot of awesome skaters, loud music and great energy there that day;  especially with TA , Olson, and SkateBoarder Magazine’s photographer Jim Goodrich. Most of the intense energy was at the bowl where we had built a makeshift wooden extension also where Jim had set up his camera equipment. 

 

2. What are some of your favorite moments from the Vancouver scene back then?

Back in the mid 70’s to early 80’s, we had to hunt out and find skate spots; any interesting incline was key. There was the Granville street bank, The Davie street ramp, the East Van Ramp which Corey Campbell ruled. In North Van there was Kilmer bowl a concrete kiddie pool. The weird indoor skatepark in Burnaby called the Skateboard Palace and of course Kevin Harris’s backyard ramp.

 

The short lived Nelson street ramp in Vancouver’s west end was a massive wooden half pipe painted with rubbery paint which ripped your skin off when you fell. Tom “Wally” Inouye skated there,  and really ripped it up. We did have some awesome gnarly skaters from Cal come up and skate with us at the Palace. Shogu Kubo, Steve Olson and Jimmy Plumer. 

 

With the Ripping Squad with did all sorts of demonstrations and skating shows with our portable half pipe. One of my top ten moments would have to be when our team would do the half time entertainment at the Vancouver Whitecaps games. 25,000 people, lots of screams. Our half pipe was on top of a flat bed trailer. Sometimes we would run out of time and end up skating the half pipe on the truck while driving around the perimeter. I remember the truck suddenly stopping and Simon Addington got a lot more air than he bargained for.

Kevin Harris's backyard ramp.

I was very tight with the entire Ripping Squad. Niko Weiss, and Paul Addington were closest in age to me. Also on the  squad was Rob Leshgold, Mike and Rich Lien, Kevin Harris, Mike Blake, Simon Addington, and Dave Crabb. Corey Campbell was also an incredible skater back in the day who liked to snake our Ripper demos. On rainy days (which never happens in Vancouver) I would bus out to Richmond and do freestyle with Kevin, Mike and Lyle Chippeway. In the later years, I skated with the late Don Hartley. Don was known to most people as the mad carver, He had a beautiful fluid style. I really miss him.

3. Did you ever think about pursuing a career in skateboarding after things died down?

After breaking my left leg two years in a row, at the Richmond Skate Ranch, I slowed right down and changed my career path. I got into doing computer graphics in a big way. I always was into drawing and had a fine arts background but lost interest until I took a computer art course at Emily Carr in 1986. That course changed everything. I was hooked and became a Computer graphics artist and have been in the film/tv/games industry ever since. Things went full circle when I was working at Electronic Arts and got to work on the amazing game SKATE. 

 

4. You’ve got yourself a pro model board. How did things come together for this?

I met Rick Tetz in Cranbrook BC while I was with the CPASA ( The Canadian Pro Am Skateboard Association ) helping Monty Little run the regional championships. During the freestyle event, there was this guy using nunchucks, and swords; and skating. He had mad skills.  This guy was combining martial arts with skateboarding. Who knew?  That was Rick! After Rick moved to North Van, he and I would hang out and do freestyle in his underground parkade.

 

In the beginning of August this year, Rick connected with me on Facebook and pops the question: “Hey Al are you interested in designing your own board?” I was blown away. Very stoked, and honoured. I ‘m now riding again. Thanks Rick!

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