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Skate Brain with Riley Shaw
Conversations with skateboarders about skateboarding!
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March 30, 2018 10:37 AM PDT

This week features the second installment of the "Skate Video Soundtrack." I asked you guys to submit some of your favorite song choices from different skate videos over the years and you guys answered!Thanks for the support.

1. 3:10-5:40 Features- (You'll Never Walk Alone) By: Gary and the Peacemakers
Skater: Geoff Rowley
Video: Really Sorry (2003)
Submitted by Preston Wysocki

2. 7:03-10:15, 10:45-13:40 Features - (1984, Rock N Roll Suicide) By: David Bowie
Skater: Arto Saari
Video: Flip Sorry (2002)
Submitted by: Max Yoder

3. 15:30-18:40 Features -(Ja Sei Namorar) by: Tribalistas
Skater: Rodrigo Tx
Video: The Firm's Can't Stop (2003)
Submitted by: Home Atl

4. 19:25-23:20 Features - (Pretty Please Love Me) by: Estelle ft. C-Lo
Skater: Shane O'Neill & Theotis Beasley
Video: Nike SB Debacle (2009)
Submitted by: James Burton

5. 24:53-30:10 Features - (Today's Your Day) by: Fatlip
Video: Girl- Yeah Right (2003)
Submission by: Ethan Owens

6. 31:30-35:00 Features (Satellite of Love) By: Lou Reed
Video: ATM - Come Together
Skater: Tom Penny

7. 37:15-42:40 Features (No Cars Go) By: Arcade Fire
Video: Lakai- Fully Flared
Skater: Mike Mo
Submitted by: Davlan Romage

Thanks for the support and I hope you guys enjoy!

To checkout more of the podcast you can follow the Instagram/Facebook page @skatebrain podcast

To reach out to the host you can do that @rshaw78

To checkout the "Skate Brain" merchandise you can do that at: skatebrain.bigcartel.com

March 13, 2018 09:13 AM PDT

In this episode of the podcast I sit down with Eli Williams. Eli grew up in Georgia, but recently moved to San Francisco to pursue skating and be closer to the scene. Eli's young, but has already made a lot of things happen for himself... We discuss: finding skateboarding, traveling, becoming a local at Hazard County Skatepark, living at the skatepark, competing in contests such as Element Make it Count/Zumiez Best Foot Forward, riding for Element, winning the North American Make it Count Series and traveling to Barcelona, moving to San Francisco, working at Lowcard, going on tour with Element, not showering, getting hooked up by Doomsayers, hanging out with Omar Salazar, and plenty more...

Eli you're a true skate rat, keep killing it man!

Hope you guys enjoy!

To follow the podcast you can do that on Instagram and Facebook @skatebrainpodcast

To checkout some of the podcast merchandise you can do that at: skatebrain.bigcartel.com

March 03, 2018 11:04 AM PST

In this episode of the podcast I sit down and chop it up with Reggie Kelly. With as much footage and tricks that Reggie has put down over the years it's hard to believe he's still only 24. We talk about: finding skateboarding, growing up in Columbus Ga, having a full beard at 14, getting into anime, moving to California, riding for Sk8mafia/Enjoi/Zero, iconic tricks from his parts, the Cuckoo's Nest, Reveal Skateboards, Fallen, Bender, and plenty more!
Reggie you're the man and thank you again. Keep doing what you're doing. Keep a lookout for Reggie's new part in the Zero video "Damn it All" coming soon...

To stay up to date on the podcast you can do that @skatebrainpodcast on Instagram/Facebook

To contact the host of the show you can do that @rshaw78 on Instagram or through email: rileyshaw1234@gmail.com

February 20, 2018 08:27 PM PST

In this episode of the podcast I have a conversation with local skater Joel Polzella. We discuss: growing up in Virginia, finding skateboarding, moving to Atlanta, music, train-hopping, psychedelics, Ga-State Cops, writing songs, getting hooked up by Drake Jones's Dugout Skateboards, filming his first part Loosebrain, and more...

Hope you guys like it!

To follow more of the podcast you can do that on Instagram/Facebook @skatebrainpodcast

To reach out to the host of the show you can do that @rshaw78

February 12, 2018 06:28 AM PST

In the world of instant gratification where the hardest skate tricks can be seen via social media and then lost in a day it can be refreshing to take a step back. With that being said, I grew up watching all the SEC videos: Dustin Hart, Gary Sargent, Jordan Smith, Cory Gunn, Nick Palucci... Those were the dudes I wanted to skate like! With that being said, I heard Jordan was leaving Atlanta and moving to Portland, Oregon, so I knew I had to get him on the show. I had talked to Jordan briefly in passing, but never had a full conversation with him. Needless to say, I was not disappointed. What I found was a down to earth dude who genuinely loves skateboarding and wants to have the most fun possible skating and filming with his friends. Jordan's been the guy on both sides of the counter at the shop, filmed more than a few street parts, had a few interviews in magazines, but continues to skate for the right reasons. Best of luck in your travels to Oregon and keep killing it. Here's a little insight into the guy with the damn good switch back tails. He's no IPA guy.

Checkout @skatebrainpodcast on Instagram/Facebook

To reach out to the host you can do that through email: rileyshaw1234@gmail.com or on Instagram @rshaw78

February 01, 2018 08:40 AM PST

This week's guest on the podcast is: Kevin Marks. Kevin has been in the skate scene for the majority of his whole life. In this episode we discuss: growing up in Kansas, finding skateboarding, moving to Fort Collins, Colorado, opening his own skateshop, moving to California and working for Tum Yeto, traveling across the U.S. and making his own tour video (The Four Corners Tour), working with Killing Machine Hardware and forming a legendary team (Billy Marks, Bam Margera, Jason Adams, Aaron Suski), starting his own distribution Overboard Enterprises, living in his van, traveling across country, and partnering up with Launch: Community through Skateboarding to found the "Look Back Library".


If you have questions for Kevin or want to get involved with the Look Back Library you can follow the page on Instagram: @lookbacklibrary go to: lookbacklibrary.org or email: kevin@lookbacklibrary.org

If you want to follow more of the podcast you can do that on Instagram/Facebook: @skatebrainpodcast to reach out to the host of the show you can do that @rshaw78 or through email: rileyshaw1234@gmail.com

January 22, 2018 04:51 AM PST

In this episode I have a conversation with Lowcard Magazine's own founder: Rob Collinson. We discuss: early years growing up skating in Maine, road-tripping to California, shooting photos, living with Dan Drehobl, moving to San Francisco, making zines, creating Lowcard, Robstock, the meaning behind "Stay Lame", and more...
Hope you guys like this one.
Thanks again Rob!

To check out some of Lowcard's stuff go to: lowcardmag.com or follow them on instagram @lowcardmag

To follow the podcast go to @skatebrainpodcast on Instagram & Facebook.

To reach out to the host you can do that @rshaw78 on Instagram.

January 17, 2018 04:45 AM PST

In this episode I sit down with Cole Frazier and Mike Lynch. Cole and Mike grew up skating together in Gainesville, Ga. It wasn't long before they were chasing the local scene and making their way towards Atlanta. This episode covers; their early years of skateboarding, moving to Atlanta, the process of filming for VHS Tape, getting connected with the scene, filming for Birdwatching, getting on Ruin, what's in the works with Bender, and more...

To follow more of the podcast you can do that @skatebrainpodcast on Instagram/Facebook

To reach out to the host you can do that @rshaw78

January 08, 2018 07:21 AM PST

In this episode I sit down with Chris Boylan. Chris grew up skating and filming in Jupiter Florida. We catch up with what he's been up to lately and reminisce on the early days of finding skateboarding, growing up with (John Dilorenzo, Mikey Glover, Zion Wright) and how Florida Daze started, we also talk about the different life moves he's been making out to Long Beach and back to Florida. Can't thank him enough for this and it was good to catch up!

If you want to checkout any of Chris's creative endeavors you can go to his Instagram @chris_boylan or the Florida Daze website: https://www.floridadaze.com/

To stay up to date on the podcast you can do that on Instagram/Facebook @skatebrainpodcast

To reach out to the host you can do that @rshaw78

January 01, 2018 09:51 AM PST

This conversation picks up where we left of last time in part one. Anthony has had a true rag to riches story and has overcome lots of adversity.
To checkout some of Anthony's projects you can go to allineedskate.com or follow him on Instagram @anthonyshetler
To stay up to date on the podcast you can follow the page on Instagram/Facebook @skatebrainpodcast to reach out to the host you can do that @rshaw78

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