The final 45 tickets for Girl and Chocolate Skateboards’ brand new video ‘Pretty Sweet’ are now online at £6 each. Get them quick as they will go like hot cakes. Girl and Chocolate team riders Raven Tershy, Elijah Berle, Rick Howard, Cory Kennedy, Vincent Alvarez and Stevie Perez will be in attendance on the night.
The film starts at 5.45pm, hosted by Form Distribution and Crossfire. You will need to be in the venue well in advance to take your seat. You will also be asked politely to hand in your phones and any other recordable devices on entry. You will be able to retrieve these after the film.
Tickets can be bought from here. Look out for a comp to win a deluxe boxset, full set up and much more next week PLUS daily random swag on our Facebook and Twitter pages this week.
Form Distribution and Crossfire are proud to announce the much anticipated official London/UK premiere of ‘Pretty Sweet’, the new video by Girl and Chocolate Skateboards, scheduled to be screened in London on Monday November 19th.
Only 100 limited tickets for the 5.45pm public showing of Pretty Sweet at the Richmix Cinema, 35-47 Bethnal Green Rd, London, E1 6LA have been made available today for £6. Please note that these tickets are advance only and will go very quickly.
Girl and Chocolate team riders Raven Tershy, Elijah Berle, Rick Howard, Cory Kennedy, Vincent Alvarez and Stevie Perez will be in attendance on the night. Click here. to purchase your ticket.
It was 5 years ago that most of the people present tonight last stepped through the doors of the Trinity Pub. I’m pretty sure a police car was stolen, broken bottles were awash on the floors, punk rock throttled the speakers and the Death family unleashed the killer DVD,’Better Than Life’. Since then, a lot has changed. As Zorlac said in his opening speech tonight: “…some good shit and bad shit has gone down in between”. Tonight though, is all about one great feat: The unveiling of ‘Ordinary Madness’.
Mark Nicolson and Jake Shunt amongst others have worked hard to get this new Death Skateboards film out. The new wave of ams are getting better and better, making the pro’s up their game to keep their names on the wood.
Tonight in Harrow, most of the team are present and many of them annihilated by the end of the night. Even Richie Jackson, Matt Pennington and Patrick Melcher were in attendance straight off of flights from across the pond. This crew make a lot of effort and as a result, make a lot of others happy with very little politics or skateboard industry bullshit. You get what you see and you are either in our you’re out with Death, and that is to be commended.
Big shouts to all involved including Monster who provided the liquour, Wonk Unit and Meansteed, the two bands that played on the night and all who turned up to see the good ship Death sail once again. Other premiere dates and demos can be found here.
Zorlac opens proceedings…
Even Richie Jackson jetted in from across the pond!
It’s all down to these lads…
The party started….
Yep, Stalker was on fire…
Adam Moss practised his porno moves…
Rob Smith turned up as the Green Cross Code bloke from the 70’s…
The Welsh were there in force as usual.
Benson and Bain. Legends together.
Styley and Moggins ponder whose section was best.
Is that Steve Crawford peeping through the gap?
Matt Pritchard loves Pickle Porter’s.
Dinosaur Pile Up?
Brighton were in the house.
Wonk Unit punked it.
Zorlac unleashed his new Death extra-hand, shoulder jewellery.
This was the third shot I had to take from this lot!
Richie Jackson after 6 pints of Stella.
Blog that you little biatch!
The smell of Sheffield was in the air.
Melcher was ready to box Denver’s Matt Pennington – btw, he’s a fucking ripper!
Nowik was in the house!
Meansteed rocked the bar.
“Clap like you are at Wembley!”
Steak’s face says it all. Meansteed ripped.
It was so emotional that these punks swapped tongues.
Zorlac was in fine form!
The tattooists were out too!
The Trinity owner should receive medals for allowing this to happen.
Good to hear that Mike’s injury is on the mend.
ORDER IT FROM YOUR LOCAL SKATE SHOP TODAY AND LOOK OUT FOR A FULL FEATURE WITH THE ENTIRE TEAM DISCUSSING THE MAKING OF ‘ORDINARY MADNESS’ ON HERE VERY SOON.
Rapper Ice-T is set to premier his directional debut later this month. Ice-T’s documentary entitled “Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap” is to be screened at BFI Southbank in London on 20th July 2012 with Ice-T hosting a questions & answers session at the event.
The documentary revolves around Ice-T interviewing several influential rap icons including Chuck D,KRS-One, Nas, Eminem, Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg & Kayne West. The documentary will also feature these key figures having their skills put to the test by Ice-T. A trailer for the highly anticipated documentary is available to view below.
After four years it’s finally ready. Joe Gavin‘s Pusherman DVD premiere will be held at the Contact Theatre in Manchester on Friday 22nd July. There will be two showings, the first at 6.15pm and the second for over 18s only at 7.30pm. Tickets on sale in store at NOTE skateshop now for £3.00. Click here for a map.