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Streets is talkin’: Brian Peacock’s LA Nights feat. Devine Calloway

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Primitive Skateboarding is definitely pulling no punches and just dropped a new edit of Brian Peacock skating JKwon at night. As you might expect, the latest installment of the Brian Peacock Show, “Brian Peacock’s LA Nights” filmed and edited by Kyle Steneide definitely doesn’t disappoint. JKwon is one of those all time spots, that has seen a huge scene resurgence in the past couple of years. As usual, Brian skates casually, but drops some heavy lines here. With an opening line of a nollie frontside 270 backlip on the JKwon block, a nollie tre followed by a frontside 180 switch manny to switch backside 360 out on the block, you know this edit’s gonna be chock full of tech hammers. Also super digging the little Karl Watson homage with the front nose frontside 270 out on the Bell ledge! And of course, who doesn’t love a little Devine Calloway footage! And Brian, mind telling us the cheat code on those nollie frontside 180 switch backside nosegrind reverts?

This edit’s the shit, you know the JKwon block is hot! Peep the vid below and get out there now!- HK




Brian Peacock – Full Clip Friday

The stuff Brian Peacock comes up with is seriously tweaked. You’ve already seen his two song last part in Tommy Zhao’s “Something Sinister”, his welcome to DC Shoes (China) part, but now prepare to have your mind blown all over again by the Brian Peacock Show with his Full Clip Friday part filmed at P-Rod’s park. It’s not just his tech wizardry that’s so ridiculous, it’s that he can string the craziest tech combinations together in lines that leave you scratching your head and asking, fakie, switch, nollie or regular? And he definitely has some ridiculous reaction time man! And just for the record, he’s regular.

Brian Peacock with just another casual 4 second line.

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Brian does the craziest tricks in the most ridiculous lines that just seem out of reach except maybe after a million years of practice. That line with the frontside nosegrind revert on the bench to fakie 360 no-comply on the bank followed by the backside nosegrind nollie bigspin out wins the award for most tricks squeezed into 4 seconds. Sheesh. Brian is seriously on a whole other level. Peep the edit and the ender below! #wizardstatus.

Filmed by Kyle Steneide with a cameo by Devine Calloway.

Brian rides for Primitive Skateboarding and Helas caps. – HK


Footy Dump: Something Sinister B-Sides/Extras

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The Legion of Sorts crew has been releasing a bunch of amazing B-sides/Extras footy from Tommy Zhao’s “Something Sinister” video(which by the way, if you’ve never heard of that video, which rock have you been living under for the past year?). You all remember how crazy that video was(and with a lineup of Lucas Puig, Dan Leung, Stephen Khou, Jay Meador, Brian Dolle, Mark Del Negro, and Brian Peacock you know it’s gonna come correct). And while it might have been your first introduction to the Brian Peacock Show, you gotta remember that one of Delaware’s finest has been killin’ it for a really long while already(Chill, we’ll get into that in an upcoming post!). We thought we’d put together a handy little compilation of the B-sides for your viewing pleasure, and just so you can realize how ridiculous the actual video is if these are the B-sides. And yes, Dan Leung wins the award for making bailing a handrail look like a trick with the most casual/nonchalant walk down a handrail ever. Shanghai’s skatespots look totally amazing and Shanghai Love Park is a definite spot on our list. Go support independent skate videos!

In no particular order:

Stephen Khou’s B-sides.

Dan Leung’s B-sides.

Jay Meador’s B-sides.

Timi McMeel’s Extras.