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Free Skate Mag

Afterbang: Jed Coldwell

Ganj Wax CEO Jed Coldwell’s tech banger of a part from James Cruickshank’s “Afterbang” DVD has now been uploaded courtesy of Free Skate Mag. There’s still a majority of goodness from this underground classic not to be found online, including a full enders part from Matlok Bennett Jones! We have copies of the DVD available to stores on our B2b now.

Southbank Restored: Day 1

Free Mag released this edit by Quentin Guthrie. AN 8am squad at South Bank on Saturday’s re-opening jam with Jak Pietryga, Nick Jensen, Rob Mathieson and Kyron Davis.

Blips – Cover Version film

Cover Version is an independent London based video by Dan Magee and Kevin Parrott, featuring Harry Lintell, Korahn Gayle, Manny Lopez, Charlie Munro, Carlos Cardenosa, Jak Pietryga, Zach Riley, Sam Murgatroyd and Conor Charleson.

Keanu Robson in Cottonopolis

Free Skate Mag have uploaded Ganj Wax associate Keanu Robson’s brilliant part from Sean Lomax’s Manchester full length ‘Cottonopolis’. DVDs are available from Note Shop.

Jed Coldwell in Cottonopolis

Sean Lomax’s incredible ‘Cottonopolis’ video is finally available on DVD and to celebrate the news he’s decided to share Ganj Wax CEO Jed Coldwell’s part from the vid!

Lordz: Now They Give A Fuck About Us

Free Skate Mag released 10 minutes of Flo Marfaing, Bastien Salabanzi, William Phan and the rest of the Lordz crew, filmed by Paco and edited to songs that were made to be used in TDGAFAU. A heavy hitting montage from a truly Golden era in European skateboarding. Head to the Free Skate Mag site for their incredible retrospective article on the Lordz Wheels phenomenon and legacy.