Episode 40 – Interview with Chris from Beastpants

This week I sat down with deckmaker exordinair, Chris, the man behind Beastpants. We talked about his process of making decks, creating graphics, coming up with his beautiful split ply’s, his colaboration with Welcome Skateboards etc.

Pride Month Special – Interview with Afrobi and Berta

I decided to put on a bonus episode this week. I spoke with Afrobi and Berta, both part of the lgbtqi+ community and well known names in the fingerboard community. We spoke about how it is for people like us in the fingerboardboard community.

Episode 39 – Interview with Bijan from pLAyhouse

It’s been somewhat of a mission for me to talk to everyone who has a physical fingerboard shop. They are such pillars of the community and I love seeing them getting more and more. So this time I talked to Bijan who opened the pLAyhouse in LA with the help of another member of the community. We talked about why he wanted to open a store, how he got into fingerboarding etc.

Episode 38 – Interview with Paolo from Axe Ramps

This week I talked to Paolo who just opened a physical shop in london called Axe Ramps, together with his friend Simone. We talked about everything that lead up to that and about opening a physical shop.

Episode 37 – Interview with Tobias Phieler

This week I talked to one of the german OGs. Tobias Phieler. He was one of the founding members of the Kassel Ost crew. They were one of the first big fingerboard crews in the German scene.

Episode 36 – Interview with Thom McInally

I continue my trend of speaking with people who’ve been around for ages. This week I talked to Thom McInally. We spoke about his journey into fingerboarding, his connections to Blackriver and Oak, and a little bit about the fingerboard scene in the UK.

Episode 35 – Interview with Manu Oberle

This time I interviewed some who’s been a staple of the fingerboarding community for almost 20 years. We talked about Gripskin, prototyping, the forum days and baking bread.

Episode 33 – Interview with Burt from Five Luck

This one was a long time in the making. I finally managed to sit down with Burt from Five Luck. Deck maker extraordinaire and my Sponsor. We talked about living in the bush in the middle of nowhere in Canada, Making Decks in a verry low tech way, quality and also the occasional Lynx that walks by his Cabin.

Episode 31 – Interview with Angga Panda from Papanjari

This week I talked to Angga Panda, the man behind Papanjari, one of the Godfathers of the Indonesian FIngerboard community. We talked about getting TechDecks into Indonesia, the local scene and some of the companies from Indonesia

Episode 29 – Interview with Chris Hennemann from Harz4 Wheels

This time I talked to a very good friend of mine, and fellow ASI Shop local, Chris Hennemann. Chris has been in the scene for ages and decided to make wheels two years ago and has been on a journey of trial and error ever since.

Check the ASI Shop website to see if they have his wheels in stock.

We talked about a few Videos, so I’ve linked them below:

Episode 28 – Interview with Benny from Goodvibes FB

Benny is in charge of the fingerboard section at Goodvibes in Texas. Goodvibes combines RC Drifting and Fingerboarding in it’s walls and is one of the few Brick & Mortar Fingerboard Stores in the world.

Check out our conversation.

Episode 25 – Interview with Ramon Angelow

This one has been long overdue. We did an impromptu interview since I had a microphone with me at the shop. Sadly the room at the ASI Berlin Shop we recorded in had a bit of an echo. Please excuse the audio on this and the next episode. But it should be allright to listen to.

Episode 24 – Interview with Wannes of Stoned Obstacles

This week I actually did an in person interview. This time I interviewed Wannes of Stoned Obstacles who came by the ASI Shop where we recorded. Sadly the room at the ASI Berlin Shop we recorded in had a bit of an echo. Please excuse the audio on this and the next episode. But it should be allright to listen to.

Episode 20 – Interview with Jospe of Fingercan

Today Fingercan is mostly known for their setupsoftheweek on Instagram. But it used to be much more than that.
I talked to Jospe, the man behind Fingercan about the origins of the website and it’s ultimate demise.

My Entry for the Halloween Fbing contest that we mentioned a few times: