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17 years has flown by..here’s a message from the editor.
Our latest Buzzbombs playlist returns with a dope variety of chillers alongside some of the heaviest psych and hardcore out there. Click this word for instant stoke for your ears from WARP TRANSMISSION, SPIRITUALIZED, BLIZZARD, KIKAGUKU MOYO, THEE MVP’S, WEEED, NOTHING, GRIM STREAKER, NO PROBLEM, FETISH and APHEX TWIN.
Emerica want to celebrate our re-launch by giving away a package of their latest gear. Feast your eyes on this lot that includes a HSU Tartain shirt, Alamo bag and the Templeton B tee and the latest Toy Machine Romero 2 shoe!
As you may already know the Emerica STAY GOLD film has been in production for a while and it set to drop this year, watch the 3rd trailer below to help you find the answer and enter the comp below!
Steve Gourlay is a name that never leaves the Crossfire radar. Last year we were overjoyed to have a Triple Shot feature with someone we can only describe as one of the world’ s most naturally able skate photographers, and since then we’ve been getting off to his photos on the regular. His CV is bulging with magazines and brands that have flourished thanks to him hunched on stairs or something equally uncomfortable cradling a Hassleblad. Though based down under, you’ve undoubtedly stumbled across his work in adverts for Element, Baker, Cliché, Almost, Ezekiel, Hurley, Vans or countless other things worldwide. It’s a pleasure to have Steve here cutting the ribbon to the new guest gallery.
Unfortunately, it’s impossible to continue writing an introduction that gives the amazing photos in the gallery below the credit they deserve without it descending into some seriously unintentional brown-nose territory. As you can see for yourselves, the pictures below are incredible. So, if you’re viewing this on your phone’s browser like a chump, stop now and get to a big screen so you can see these photos in all their hi-resolution goodness.
Welcome to The Gallery, click here if you would like to visit Steve’s blog.
Four One Four skateparks completed building their skate only room at Adrenaline Alley Skatepark in Corby. This was the very first edit shot for Crossfire and features Joe Marks, Rew Cooke, Mark Simons, Ant Smith, Dan Leech, Trevor Johnson filmed by Callun Loomes and Matt Clarke and edited by Callun Loomes. Full feature and interview here.
The annual Crossfire Xmas Jam went down on Saturday 12th December2009 in London at Bay 66 skatepark. We built a car to skate courtesy of the artists at Mutate Britain and waved goobye to 2009. Click here for the full feature with photos from Dom Marley and enjoy this footage from the event.
Crossfire were asked to host the Flip Skateboards Extremely Sorry London premiere in November 2009. The weather was in full summer swing, the beers flowed and the party went off in fine style. Enjoy the post premiere malarkey in this edit and click here for the premiere gallery feature.
Blood, Guts and Glory- this Crossfire party had it all…thanks so much if you made it happen. Click here to enjoy the gallery feature from this event, enjoy the footage, we will be back with another of these this Halloween for sure.
Baron is responsible for creating the soundtrack for Flip’s latest skate full length, Extremely Sorry. Crossfire caught up with the producer on his recent trip to the UK and interviewed him to find out how he got Slayer, Motorhead, Snoop Dogg, Black Mountain and others involved in this revolutionairy soundtrack project. Click here for the Crossfire hosted Flip video premiere video.