If AVE and Dill ARE Alien Workshop, and AVE and Dill LEAVE Alien Workshop, where does that leave Alien Workshop? And what about AVE and Dill?
Faced with the unstoppable force of Californian skatepark babies with unbeatable technical skills, pros are turning to the dorky tricks of the past to stay ahead.
According to David Gravette, “in skateboarding, you’re hurting yourself by choosing not to spend more time stuck behind a computer.” How depressed should we be?
Vice UK’s Clive Martin on subcultures, bitter commenters from Yorkshire and the insight A Question of Sport gives into the British psyche.
The writer of Crimer Show talks to us about celebrity endorsements, Weird Twitter, Graham Linehan and Jeremy Renner Crimer Show gif Tumblrs. “I want to write the stupidest sentence ever written,” he says.
Whether he’s eliciting shocked gasps and performing some of the most recognisable trick variations ever – or being laughed at – Jim Greco is an institution.
Can the current touring circuit sustain the bands reliant on it? How can we re-imagine what touring is all about?
After months of speculation and tasteful yet mysterious ads that followed the dissolution of the great bastion of UK skateboarding, Blueprint skateboards, the details of Nick Jensen and Paul Shier’s latest venture Isle skateboards have finally come to light and it’s all looking terribly promising.
Taking a look at the increasingly prevalent ways corporate language can influence and dominate artistic work.
In terms of sheer technicality and apparent natural talent Suciu is almost unparalleled. But a sort of suspicion and downright disdain are appearing.
The word is in the turlet. How can we start to think about change?
An interview with Rob Delaney, Twitter comedian, stand-up and surrealist conscience of the world.
The former Slap reality show anti-hero is proving that you don’t need to go the traditional route – or that you can be great and still be ignored.
He’s been to battle with everyone from gun-toting Pimp C to the Israel lobby, and he just released his second book. In this Byron Crawford interview, we talk weed carriers, workplace accidents and more.
Words: Danny Wilson / more Gleaming The Cube / Danny’s Twitter Skateboarding has always had a somewhat uneasy attitude towards its own history. The fact that skateboarding culture itself is relatively speaking still such a new phenomenon means that in some quarters progression alone is defining criteria of skateboading’s worth. read more…
We talk to founders Jean Sutton and Kate Cunningham about the Women’s Museum of Ireland ahead of its first exhibition.
Re-edits can be worthwhile, but why is it that every fan thinks they know how every video ‘ought’ to have been?
Getting into the issued raised in last week’s piece on Irish electronic music, starting with the roles of the press and criticism in Ireland.