We are proud to welcome Magenta’s James Coleman to the Broadcast team in this short edit created by Stephen Buggica with filming by Alex Rose, Bryan Reynolds, Chris James, DJ Brethauer, Ryan Garshell. Special thanks to Marshall Nicholson for the Super 8 footage and animations. Follow James on Instagram, and visit the webstore to see the latest product.
We would like to express our deepest condolences to the Reason family and show our respect to a true East Coast innovator. Matt Reason was a pace setter who created a new style we still use today. His influence will never be underestimated, his contribution to skateboarding will never be forgotten.
Kevin Coakley’s parents live down in the home of the best of news stories ever, Florida. Usually when it gets cold in his beloved New England and New York City he makes the pilgrimage down to Florida to hang with his parents and some of his skate crew down in the sunshine State. Well, while he’s down here he’s filmed a good bit of stuff with Central Florida filmer Frank Branca. Frank was kind enough to compile everything into this nice, long nine minute edit and we would love to share it with you!
When Brian Lotti isn’t skating he’s utilizing his skills as a classically trained painter. Permanent stockist Atlas Skate Shop in San Mateo, California recently cultivated a series of boards with Brian’s art on the business end of them; enjoy this video of the process!
Longtime Broadcast rider Kevin Coakley has turned pro for Traffic skateboards and released this proper full length part on the Thrasher site to commemorate the occasion. So happy for ya, Kevin!
Zach Lyons has been busy lately going on some exotic and interesting skate trips with his clothing sponsor Coalatree Organics. Here he joins the rest of the team on the Isla De Encanta, Puero Rico.
Orchard Skate Shop in Boston has been holding their scene down for years now, and just blessed us with their second video, Stone Soup, and even uploaded it to the Thrasher website for us! Our guy Kevin Coakley has a nice section in it too, so enjoy below!
Zach Lyons and his boy Zach Dykes shralp some rugged northeast spots in a creative style set to one of the most rugged and raw Wu bangers ever recorded by the man, the GZA, in this local Washington, D.C. Part. Bring out the gimp.