Published on November 21, 2018 by
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Sound & Vision | Slam City Skates

Hopefully you’ve already read the little Mike Manzoori interview regarding the background behind the making of this 25 year old piece of UK skateboarding ephemera: so with context established, here it is in all its over-saturated VHS glory.
Prepare your eyes for 35 minutes of British skateboarding history, featuring many skaters who went on to leave an indelible mark on global skateboard culture and just as many who didn’t. From early 90’s Southbank to the infamous Chris Ince captained Radlands skatepark – this is a glimpse in to the not-so-recent past that ought to be of interest to anybody with even a passing involvement in our shared culture.

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