News Tagged ‘Jenkem Magazine’

Yann Horowitz – ‘Angola’ section

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

 

Yann Horowitz’s section from the upcoming Familia Skateboards video ‘Angola’ has now gone live, accompanying a recent interview with Jenkem Magazine discussing his coming out as a gay skateboarder. Some rough as hell spots get well and truly tamed and if this doesn’t make you want to go out and skate some rugged concrete then we arn’t sure what will. Press play and watch for yourselves, then head to Jenkem for a really interesting interview.

 

 

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JENKEM Regulate 005 Edit

Friday, June 2nd, 2017

 

JENKEM Regulate 005 Edit

 

Austin Bristow been a busy boy down in that there London and banged out yet another ridiculous ‘Regulate’ edit for JENKEM magazine.

 

Feast your eyes below for 8 minutes of pure unadulterated London skateboarding at it’s finest!

 

Regulate 005 filmed and edited by Austin Bristow with appearances from Kyle Wilson, Karim Nasser, John Shanahan, Sam Roberts, Charlie Birch, Logan Seetal, Daniel Kim, Jeremy Jones, Nelly Mayele and Cam Barr.

 

Props all round for coming through on this one, goes to show UK skateboarding is alive and kicking as ever!

 

 

 

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Johnny Layton – Jenkem Bonus Part

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

 

A week or so ago Jenkem Mag did an interview with Johnny Layton (once of Toy Machine) to see what he had been up to since he dint skateboard professionally anymore. He was one of the steeziest skaters at that moment in skate history and had possibly the best switch 360 flip ever ( remember the one down MACBA 4 in his good and evil part?). From the interview he explained how he had gone into a ‘proper’ job with Vans as he needed to provide for his wife and kids so he was busier than ever and couldn’t really pursue the professional demands anymore. Before his life got extra complicated he was still skating hard and stacking clips wherever he could, even though he’d stopped being pro he still had at least 9 minutes of footage. A lot of his best stuff got used in his Berrics part but there was still some leftover, so he decided to hand it to the people at Jenkem to release which they have done in this rad little fun edit. I’ve always liked Johnny’s skating for a long time and it’s good to see he still kills it.

 

 

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