The Sunday Roast

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Magazines are dying out there and only you can change it before more are canned. The Skateboard Mag’s latest issue fronts a beautiful reason why you should have printed media on you at all times. Scout it out.

Skate Edit of the Week is raw as a cat’s arse. Jimmy Larsen hangs on to everything and chooses sketchy spots that us Brits crave.

The Anti Hero team take this week’s travel edit. Some noses were raised when the word Israel was mentioned, you have to see it for yourself.

Matt Berger did not hold back making his pro part for the mighty Flip Skateboards. More bangers than Guy Fawkes in this.

Max Geronzi hype reached critical acclaim when this Gypsy Life part dropped from Cliche. Take your pick for the best trick.

London hype came in book form, accompanied by this Of London edit featuring a few chosen reps from the capital.

This week’s Vault videos come from Joe Gavin’s Manchester scene video Snake Eyes Die that has been aired to web a few days back. Take in the British goodness from a 2013 classic.

The one and only Mark Gonzales rounds off this footage fest with dope classics as recommended by Jason Jessee. Does it get any better than this?

Classic Mark Gonzales footage fest

mark_gonzales_skateThere’s nobody else out there like the Gonz. He’s one of the nicest guys you will ever meet and one of the most creatively fun skateboarders who has left more than a legacy to every generation that picks up a deck.

This features footage from Kicked Out Of Everywhere by Real (1999), Reel To Reel by Dan Wolfe (2001), and How They Get There by Spike Jonze (1997) all glued together by Jason Jessee, who introduces three must watch Mark Gonzales video parts for Thrasher’s Classic’s feature.

Get the teas on for 15 minutes of skateboarding gold.

Watch Halloween Hellride at the Diamond Mine!

davidgonzalesflipTotal annihilation here filmed at the Diamond bowl from Russo, Tershy, Gonzales, Fletcher, Jaws and many more. If you have not checked out our Halloween feature yet, we have all of the very best Halloween skate edits piled into one feature here. It’s being updated daily with edits as they drop online.

Free Downloads – Best Of 2010

This year we introduced a bi-monthly feature that’s as difficult to understand as it is to do… the ‘Free Downloads‘. Every couple of weeks we send our ears on a mission around the internet looking for the best new (or old) music that’s being given away for free, then round up the best ten for you to come along and take as many of them as you see fit. All for free. Simple, huh?

In addition to that we also introduced the ‘Crossfader‘ interview, where we hunt down the DJs and producers that have been rocking our earphones the most and ask them to provide a free mix for us. The results have been more exciting than we could have ever imagined.

So here is the very best, objectively decided by you guys listening, of all the sound we’ve had up in our cloud this year. Below are the 15 most listened to/downloaded tracks that we featured in this section, as well as all four Crossfader Mixes, from Stereo:Type, C.R.S.T., Submerse and The Count & Sinden. Enjoy!

Former Ghosts – Chin Up by Crossfire Music

Mr. Oizo & Gaspard AugĂ© – Tricycle Express by Crossfire Music

Chromeo – Don’t Turn The Lights On by Crossfire Music

Weezer – Memories by Crossfire Music

Aphex Twin – On by Crossfire Music

Black Mountain – Hair Song by Crossfire Music

Huoratron – gBay by Crossfire Music

Grinderman – Heathen Child by Crossfire Music

Dels – Trumpalump (Joe Goddard Remix) by Crossfire Music

Gruff Rhys – Shark Ridden Waters by Crossfire Music

Wiley – It’s Wiley by Crossfire Music

Dipset – Salute by Crossfire Music

J-Dilla – Sycamore by Crossfire Music

Rustie – Inside Pikachu’s Cunt by Crossfire Music

Hypnotic Brass Ensemble – Spottie (Outkast Cover) by Crossfire Music

Stereotype – Crossfire Mixtape by Crossfire Music

C.R.S.T Dubplates 2 Mixtape by C.R.S.T

Submerse – Crossfire Mix by Crossfire Music

The Count & Sinden Mix by Crossfire Music