This week I’ve met up virtually with Mallory Curtis the person behind Unique Decks.
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.
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.
I talked with Loz, the guy behind Flint Ltd, out of Porto. We talked about the philosophy of Flint, the artists that he works with, etc.
I talked to who is maybe the most influential person in the history of fingerboarding, the founder of Blackriver. Martin and I talked about the beginnings, contests, ramps and a tiny bit about things to come.
This week I interviewed Andrew Hill of Otcho Magazine, a small paper Magazine that is primarly available at the FlatFace Rendevouz.
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:
This time I teamed up with Olli and Tom from the other Podcast called “The Fingerboard Popcast”.
We talked about what it’s like doing a podcast, how they got their start in fingerboarding etc.